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Published July 1, 2008

Carbon County News

Sheriff's office captain cautions residents to safeguard valuables


The Carbon County Sheriff's Office cautions the public to be diligent about safeguarding valuables and is offering some tips to increase personal security.

SASS garners state competition


It took some fancy finagling but the Castle Gate Posse has secured the Single Action Shooting Society's 2009 Utah State Championship for the North Springs Shooting Range and Recreation Area....

Crushing noise, vehicular mayhem take over Carbon crowds at demolition derby


Drivers scramble for their derby lives as the carnage escalates at this year's demolition derby. However after countless massive collisions and one fiery explosion only one walked away as the 2008 champion. More information in the July 3 edition of t...

National forestry, fire plan grant funds tree removal project along Price River


Russian olive and tamarisk trees are being removed from the banks of the Price River south of the 100 North bridge crossing. The project started as an effort by the Price River Enhancement Committee to help improve water quality....

Bikers show big hearts for little kids in Carbon County


A sea of black leather and the roar of powerful engines took over Price the last two weekends as bikers hit the asphalt to raise money to stop child abuse, defeat diabetes and promote safety with a bike helmet giveaway....

Cities set public safety meeting


East Carbon and Sunnyside officials scheduled a public safety board meeting for June 30 to discuss terms for city's joint police protection agreement.

Governor announces initiative extending state administrative offices service hours


Last Thursday, Gov. Jon Huntsman announced an initiative extending state government service hours Monday through Thursday from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. beginning the first week of August. ...

Public health department encourages residents to take steps to prevent WNV


With the Fourth of July rapidly approaching, many Carbon County residents are thinking about taking advantage of the holiday to enjoy outdoor activities such as camping, boating or picnics. ...

Carbon County news briefs


Price city receives funding from CIB for several infrastructure renovations

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