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Published May 29, 2007

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First North field fire caused by errant fireworks

Price Fire Chief Paul Bedont and a fire fighter shovel dirt on a grass, weed fire that broke on Thursday afternoon. The blaze at 100 North and about 820 East appeared to have been started by a rocket of some sort that landed in dry weeds and ignited...

Carbon County resident arrested following collision

Price Officer David Wilkinson photographs damage to a parked car following an accident on the morning of May 12. Price police incident reports indicate that Nicholas Jon Ori allegedly drifted to the right and collided with a parked car while travelin...

Big horn sheep

Big horn sheep roam East Carbon area

Carbon County reports expanding economy, climbing employment rate

Carbon County continued to experience employment expansion last month.

Carbon schools earn medals in statewide program

The Utah Department of Health indicates that more than one-half of the state's elementary students and teachers will develop better lifestyle habits as a reward for commitment to the Gold Medal Schools program. ...

Carbon County reports expanding economy, climbing employment rate

Carbon County continued to experience employment expansion last month.

Carbon County News Briefs

Southeastern agency on aging accepting public comments prior to adopting plan

County department moves into road maintenance facility

Road supervisor Ray Hanson looks over the lube and welding bays at the county maintenance shop before the department move into the building. With the move, the county will operate out of the Airport Road facility as well as looking at constructing eq...

Carbon School District teachers receive award

During surprise ceremonies conducted on May 24 and 25, Carbon Emery Telcom representative Jared Anderson presented Sandra Bertola and Mark Carrillo with the crystal apple award for teacher of the year. ...

Girl wins in writers competition

Sadie Crompton stands with her teacher Debra Scovill and shows off the certificate she won for a third place in-state finish in the Reading Rainbow Young Writers and Illustrators Contest recently. Sadie, who is in the second grade, wrote the story "T...

Arch Coal presents Golden Apple Awards, scholarship to locals student

Ten Utah teachers are receiving 'Golden Apple' certificates from the Arch Coal Foundation, according to Erwin Sass, general manager of Dugout Canyon mine.

Carbon County bids goodbye to 100-year-old Central School

The Old Central School minutes before demolition begins. Price city officials conducted a funeral ceremony for the 100-year-old building on Friday giving Carbon County residents a chance to say goodbye to the long standing structure. Bricks from the ...

Tourism conference makes big splash in eastern Utah

Conference attendees listen to a morning session on May 18 concerning how Utah is marketed to three foreign countries, Japan, Germany and the United Kingdom.

Agritourism seminar at the tourism conference

Agritourism is defined as attracting paying guests to family scale farm or ranch operations for recreation, learning and enjoyment to supplement the income of that operation. This extra funding is what allows many farms to continue to operate....

Foreign markets provide important tourism to Utah

While most Americans do not know where Kushiro, Koblenz and Barrow-In-Furness are located, they do not understand that in the rest of the worlds mind, mostly what they know about the United States consists of New York, Los Angeles and of course, Las ...

Keynote addresses outside attitudes about Utah

Denise Miller of Strategic Marketing and Research was the general session speaker for the Fourth Annual Tourism Conference held in Price. "I have been to many tourism conferences and very seldom do I see the level of welcome from a community that Pri...

State Attorney General, Icac Task Force Launch Children's Safety Awareness Campaign in Utah

May 25 marked the 25th anniversary of National Missing Children's Day.

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