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Published September 4, 2008

Carbon County News

PRWID reveals CIB funding list for 2009

It's been a number of years since the Price River Water District has approached the Community Impact Board for money concerning projects, but now once again, they are ready to ask for some....

Personnel receive variance training

Zoning personnel met Tuesday at the county court complex to receive training involving the appeals process for land use issues that are addressed by the Board of Adjustment (BOA). ...

Saturday was hayday on road through Indian Canyon

A semi-trailer truck and trailer, having just been uprighted, sits in the middle of Highway 191 through Indian Canyon late Saturday afternoon. The truck was hauling a load of hay toward Highway 6 when it overturned on a corner near milepost 256 a...

Father and son share first ride

Frankie Sacco takes his son Frank Jr. for his first bike ride as the warm summer days start to wind down. Many local residents are enjoying the cooler temperature that the rain and the first of September have provided. ...

Storms add light and water to county landscape over Labor Day weekend

The storms that came through Carbon County on Sunday night added a little of almost everything to the area. First came the threatening lightning, then torential rains in many places around the county. Price reportedly had .85 of an inch of rain b...

Prescription discount card available to all uninsured residents

For workers and families in Carbon County without medical insurance coverage, a new service is making its debut in eastern Utah.

USU/CEU relationships still under study

What the relationship will be between the College of Eastern Utah and Utah State University is still up in the air and is still being studied, with results being released late this fall just in time for the Utah State legislature to meet....

Bankruptcy prevention agent advises people to weigh pros, cons before purchasing homes

Many Carbon County residents may be considering purchasing or refinancing homes.

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