|Published December 9, 2008|
Carbon County News
Specialist reviews VISTA, BEAR partnership
Carbon County Business Expansion and Retention board members heard from Volunteers in Service to America representative April Durrant at an executive session last Friday.
Helper officials discuss city financial issues, concerns regarding UDOT contract
Helper Mayor Mike Dalpiaz and councilmembers PJ Jensen and Kirk Mascaro discuss the city's current contract with the Utah Department of Transportation regarding lighting the new overpass....
Carbon High students, staff participate in holiday projects
Carbon High students decorate for the Festival of Trees at the school. The trees are displayed in the Grand Canyon hallway.
Opposing factions continue to protest energy lease sale
The last day to protest an energy lease sale brought a myriad of responses to the United States Bureau of Land Management last Thursday, complicating an already short lag time between the final protest date and the actual bid time for the federal...
Carbon experiences dipping jobless rate
Along with managing to maintain slightly expanding employment levels, Carbon County has started to witness declining jobless rate.
BLM publishes final rule on withdrawals
On Dec. 5, the United States Bureau of Land Management planned to publish a final rule eliminating the portion of existing regulations providing for committee-directed emergency withdrawal of public parcels from the operation of various federa...
Politics in Carbon County: They may be a changin'
For the first time in any ones memory, the western part of Carbon county will be represented at the state capitol in the 2009 legislative session by two Republicans.
Bird watching, feeding big part of Utah recreation picture
In 2006, the United States Fish and Wildlife Service reported that more than 67 million Americans enjoyed watching wildlife around homes. Of the Americans, 55 million participated in feeding wildlife, with most feeding birds. In all, more than $...
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