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Published December 2, 2008

Carbon County News

Price officials recognize fifth grade winners of city's essay contest


Local officials found out what younger residents were fond of Nov. 25 as fifth grade students from Pinnacle Canyon Academy, Creekview and Castle Heights read essays explaining what they like best about Price city....

Tracing history of holiday lights tradition


Americans have been decorating homes with Christmas lights since the 17th century and possibly before.

Maintenance crews work to clear trees before winter storms cause power issues


Maintenance crews work to clear trees before winter storms cause power issues

Analyst recommends cutting CEU's budget


While officials do not know what departments or programs may be affected by the newest round of budget decreases at College of Eastern Utah, it is certain that the cuts the state is requiring of all agencies and higher education will change thin...

Challeges impact Carbon's economy


Second quarter 2008 proved challenging for Carbon County's economy.

New sign welcomes all to Helper's Christmas Town celebration


Helper councilmen Kirk Mascaro and Dean Armstrong stand with Helper Beautification Committee members Anna Bozowski, Lois Giordano, Raymond Garcia and Neida Garcia in front of a new sign the committee had built and erected this past summer. The to...

Accident injures two Duchesne county women


Two Duchesne County women were critically injured Saturday following a single-vehicle rollover crash near Price.

Christmas tree safety is up to homeowner


Those who celebrate Christmas know that a Christmas tree is often the centerpiece to holiday decorating and celebrating. Presents are tucked beneath the bows, and for many it's a family affair choosing and decorating the tree. While there will be...

Non-traditional students can benefit


Non-traditional students in Utah at-risk of not being able to afford a college education may benefit from $109,920 in Daniels Opportunity Scholarships announced recently by the Daniels Fund....

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