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Published September 9, 2008

Carbon County News

PRWID oversees complex water distribution process


When water leaves the Price River Water Improvement District treatment plant in Price Canyon it has a long way to travel before it gets to residential, industrial and municipal customers. Altogether the district has 157 miles of main lines to mai...

Board of regents convene in Price


As the first week in September came to an end, the Utah Board of Regents convened at the College of Eastern Utah to conduct the panel's regularly scheduled business.

City patrons visit fruit stands along 100 North in Price as summer concludes


Roger Yazzie of Blanding and Connie Smith of Carbonville select their favorite melons while Simonia Hunt rings up their purchases. The local fruit stands have been pedaling their wares since the havest season began in Carbon County and will conti...

Mental health, medical professionals discuss grant strategy


Dr. Sterling Potter, Michelle Madrigal and Karl Kraync discuss the state's prevention framework incentive grant program with committee members during a Sept. 4 meeting.

Beyond Petroleum


Beyond Petroleum professionals investigate local geology

Parents protest change in teacher move at Castle Heights Elementary


A move by the Carbon School District administration to relocate a teacher from a second grade classroom at Castle Heights Elementary to a Wellington Elementary kindergarten met with some stiff opposition from some parents during a special meeting...

Big changes in store for Scofield anglers


In an effort to fight the explosion of the Utah chub at Scofield Reservoir, the Division of Wildlife Resources (DWR) is proposing changes in fishing regulations for Scofield Reservoir anglers in 2009....

Tamarisk and why it has overstayed its welcome


Editors note: This is the first of a three-part series on the invasive tamarisk plant and efforts to control it in southeastern Utah. The plant has spread up the tributaries of the Colorado River, including into Emery County via the Green River o...

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