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Published October 30, 2008

Carbon County News

Exploring impact of Wells Fargo acquisition


Some of the major news inbanks and savings institutions in the last few weeks was the purchase of Wachovia Bank by Wells Fargo for between $15 and $16 billion.

Price garners UDOH legacy program medal


Price has been honored by the Utah Department of Health as a community promoting the well-being of its citizens. The city received a gold medal given through the A Healthier You Legacy Award program....

Carbon surpasses Utah's counties in coal production


The coal industry in the Castle Valley region and across the state experienced a difficult year in 2007.

East Carbon Police address issue with small predators


The skull of a dead coyote is displayed as a Halloween decoration in East Carbon. While the bones are used here as a joke, the problems with coyotes lurking within the town limits is not. East Carbon Police Sgt. Phillip Holt reports that city pol...

Wellington emergency personel respond to a Carbon Monoxide alarm on U.S. 6


Wellington officials check the premises of a home along U.S. Highway 6 for Carbon Monoxide levels. The colorless, orderless tasteless toxic gas can be fatal. CO is caused by the incomplete combustion of Carbon fuels such as natural gas. According...

CEU Theater group does fall cleaning


College of Eastern Utah instructor Grady McEvoy supervises the local theater group as they ready for their winter productions.

Carbon County news briefs


CEU student group, Prehistoric Museum present Halloween Spook-tacular events

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