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Published January 27, 2009

Carbon County News

Police investigate burglary reports at Price businesses


A rash of break-ins in Price during the weekend caused small business owners a headache and some losses.

Carbon County resident shares experiences at presidential inauguration


After following the 2008 presidential campaign closely and receiving electronic correspondence from both sides of the isle, Price resident Bill Tandy became aware of an essay contest through an email sent out by Barack Obama's camp....

Sudden snow storm causes multiple incidents in east county


East Carbon Police Officer Jared Medina assists wrecker crews with a single vehicle accident on State Road 123 in East Carbon. The icy conditions caused three accidents in the area on Jan. 25....

Coal truck misses stop sign along SR-123, C Canyon road amid frozen conditions


At approximately 6:30 p.m. a Savage coal haul truck came to rest directly in front of the junction at State Road 123 and C Canyon. Due to icy conditions the driver reported that the sign "just came up on him to quickly and he was unable to make t...

Rapid intervention limits stroke impacts


A stroke is often referred to as a brain attack.

EMTs work multiple accidents in snow


Sunnyside Ambulance worker Gail Raby gets one victim into the ambulance as she prepares to investigate another motor vehicle wreck that had occurred at the same time in the small community. ...

CDC awards birth defects research funds to Utah center


Every day in Utah, an average of three babies are born with a birth defect. In fact, the state has the highest rate of oral-facial clefts in the nation.

New games promote physical activity


Karson Root practices his yoga routine on a video game balance board. Root, who is 5 years old, is already proficient in yoga, soccer, tennis and bowling techniques due to the continuing progression of movements based video game software. ...

Hatch outlines objectives for congressional committees


Utah's Orrin Hatch will on the United States Senate's finance, judiciary, health, labor, education and pension and intelligence committees during the 111th Congress.

Properly maintain, utilize home heating equipment


During 2006, heating equipment was involved in an estimated 64,100 home structure fires, 540 civilian deaths, 1,400 injuries and $9.4 million in direct property damage.

Extension engineering specialist outlines suggestions to prevent pipes from freezing


With the sub-zero winter temperatures experienced in the Castle Valley region, it is important for Carbon County residents to prepare water pipes for the cold weather.

Bennett selected to fill Senate energy position


On Jan. 21, Republican Senate Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky announced that Utah's Bob Bennett will serve on the energy and natural resources committee in the 111th United States Congress....

Hospital personnel get training


Eleven Castleview Hospital leaders recently completed homeland security training at the Center for Domestic Preparedness (CDP) in Anniston, Ala.

Wild turkeys released in Nine Mile Canyon


On Jan. 15, 2009, the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources (DWR) released 26 wild turkeys in Nine Mile Canyon on property owned by the Bill Barrett Corporation. These turkeys came from southwest Utah, where turkey populations have reached an optim...

Holt to be retail banking president


Zions Bank announced last week that it has promoted Erroll Holt to retail banking area president for the Carbon/Emery area. He is responsible for overseeing four branches in Price, Castle Dale and Huntington. ...

List is imperative when visiting doctor, hospital


When people visit a doctor, a hospital or other health care providers, they usually are asked to list the medications they are taking.

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