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Published July 24, 2008

Carbon County News

Law enforcement agencies chase, arrest suspects


A high speed chase Tuesday led to the arrest of suspects wanted for questioning in connection with a string of alleged burglaries throughout California and possibly Utah.

Prevention group moves forward


As data continues to come in, community members and substance abuse professionals are moving forward with prevention programs sponsored by a state incentives grant.

Officials announce new Carbon high football coach


School district officials named Leo Parr as Carbon High's new football coach while conducting a forum Wednesday to hear public comment and clarify issues concerning the team.

Officials promote safe Pioneer Day displays


Utah celebrates Pioneer Day Thursday in remembrance Mormon settlers as they reached the Wasatch Valley.

Carbon teacher goes international


Daphne Stockdale of Carbon High School was one of 50 teachers from around the county to participate in a week long training institute at the International Culinary School in Atlanta. During her stay at the Atlanta Art Institute, Stockdale was able to...

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