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Published January 16, 2007

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Education board votes against renewing Armstrong's contract

Carbon County native David Armstrong: •Graduated from Notre Dame Regional School and College of Eastern Utah. •Served as superintendent of an Indiana school district with 41,000 students before returning to Price. •Assumed the Carbon...

Carbon residents scramble to clear snow from walks, streets

Todd McFarland plows snow in front of the Calvary Pentecostal Church in East Carbon on Saturday. Castle Valley was blanketed with snow on Friday and Saturday and frigid temperatures kept the snow around. The National Weather service is predicting at ...

International group slates visit to design, expand trail system

A rider navigates through a trail north of Price during a July 4 special ride. The International Mountain Biking Association's Subaru trail crew will be coming to Price on Apr. 20 through the 22 to assist local bike enthusiasts in construction and ...

UDOT Report Explores Fatal Traffic Accident Trends in Valley, State

An analysis of the factors contributing to fatalities on Utah roads in shows a decline in 2006 from the year before in the number of deaths due to improper restraint, fatigue, speed and trains. However, traffic accidents claimed one more life in la...

Carbon County News Briefs

Matheson selected to serve on federal energy, consumer issues subcommittees

Small business owners favor funding education

In a poll of Utah small business owners released Monday by their largest and most influential representative group, increased education funding received a mildly surprising thumbs up....

Carbon's economy generates moderately expanding employment from 1985 to 2005

Carbon County's economy sustained a moderate employment expansion level during the 20-year period between 1985 and 2005.

Utah Launches Amber Alert Campaign, Forms Statewide Child Abduction Response

Here's the bad news about child abduction homicides: 3 out of 4 kids are dead within 3 hours. The good news is that Utah's AMBER Alert gives kids a fighting chance.

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