|Published October 21, 2008|
Carbon County News
Credit union telephone scam hits Carbon County
Telephone calls started arriving in Carbon County homes last week telling credit union customers that debit and/or charge cards had been deactivated.
Company officials assure customers financial institutions remain solvent
Consumers across America are concerned about their money. People worry about their pensions, 401k plans and stocks investments.
Winterizing homes contributes to saving significant holiday dollars
With the rising cost of gas hitting Carbon County consumers' pocketbooks, improving home insulation is an effective way to insure that the financial drain doesn't impact residents as hard....
Castleview Hospital's auxiliary aids area nursing students
Castleview Hospital Pink Ladies Diana Cox, Viola Tesch, Sherline Riche and Glenna Stewart present a scholarship check of more than $7,000 to College of Eastern Utah students Dixie Andrews, Andraya Newby, Suzanne Tweddell, Candra Nelson, Rachelle ...
Fire training at Sally Mauro Elementary
Students at Sally Mauro Elementary got a taste of what fire fighters have to do when the Helper Fire Department came to their school last week.
Defensive approach, preventative measures curb health risks associated with flu season
Before the flu season hits the Castle Valley region, it is important for Carbon County residents to take precautions and be aware of the symptoms of the illness.
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