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Published July 31, 2008

Carbon County News

Officials discuss mining strategies, technology at symposium

Adopting advanced technologies and strengthening enforcement of regulations improve safety in the coal mining industry.

'Jail and Bail' provides aid to newborns

Community philanthropists will be lining up at Big Moe's in Price on Wednesday to bail their "jail bird" in name of aiding the March of Dime's premature birth research.

Price residents welcome farmer's market for another plentiful harvest season

Sue Christensen displays her bounty as Carbon resident puruse the market. The farmer's market will be open every Saturday morning from 9 a.m. to noon from now until the first frost of the year. The market is located along the west side of the Price C...

Carbon kids finish up July fireworks

Kylee Quinlog of East Carbon burns the last of her sparklers as the July 24 celebration comes to an end. With the driest of the summer season to come, fire warden Rudy Sandoval reports that fires are just now picking up in the local area. All local f...

Leakage report explores link to niche businesses

The state of Utah just released new figures on how much money in each area of the state was spent inside that area and outside of it in the annual "leakage" report, and eastern Utah shows some places in retail sales where opportunities for new busine...

Price International Days committee selects 2008 parade grand marshal

Juanita Richard will serve as the grand marshal of the 2008 International Days Parade.

Redneck farmer invents unique product to trim alfalfa

A local hobby farmer cuts his alfalfa with a self made invention; a rake turned upside down with a hedge trimmer attached by baling twine. After using the device for a few days (and a few cuts of the power cord tool he ordered a hand scythe to cut hi...

Basic hygiene practices reduce bacteria in swimming pools

After last summer's incidents with cryptosporidium, it is more important than ever for Carbon County swimmers to be careful, courteous and aware of practices proven to reduce the amount of bacteria entering public swimming pools. ...

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