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Published March 8, 2007

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College Ambassadors Clean Up Debris Along U.S. Highway 6


College of Eastern Utah ambassadors Erica Jeppson and Callie Seely clean up debris along U.S. Highway 6 between the Carbon Avenue interchange and east Price exit. The CEU ambassadors are required to clean the section of highway in question at least t...

County wildlife rehabilitation center treats, releases golden eagle


Connie Waddell of the Second Chance Wildlife Rehabilitation Center releases a health golden eagle into the wild on March 3. Waddell is a volunteer who has worked with the shelter for over a year. The center, located on Carbonville Road in Price, is...

Carbon planning panel favors approving subdivision projects


The Carbon County planning board gave a favorable recommendation on two proposed subdivisions on Tuesday.

Carbon County News Briefs


Service district reaffirms decision to support Nine Mile Road improvements

C.c. Special Service District


C.C. Special Service District tours new event center, discusses plans for completion.

Carbon County electronics company achieves manufacturer of year recognition


John Houston, the owner of Intermountain Electronics in Price, accepts the Utah Manufacturer of the Year award from Paul Olsen of the Manufacturing Extension Partnership during a ceremony at the Western Energy Training Center on Tuesday. The company ...

Carbon High selects, announces names of 2007 Sterling Scholar candidates


Kenny DavisBusiness, marketing

New federal regulations improve oil and gas activity


In a move that will enhance the nation's energy independence and security, the Bureau of Land Management today published final revised regulations governing oil and gas activity on the public lands. ...

Utah Housing Corporation releases funds for lower income families purchase homes


Utah Housing Corporation (UHC) announced that it is offering $30 million of mortgage funds at a low 5.56 percent interest rate (one-half percent below market rate) to assist low- to moderate-income families purchase a home. ...

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