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Published March 3, 2009

Carbon County News

U.S. court issues ruling in West Ridge matter


In an expedited hearing conducted on Feb. 20-21 in Denver, Colo. Mine Safety and Health Review Commission Administrative Law Judge Richard Manning presided over a notice of contest brought forward by West Ridge, Inc against the secretary of labor...

Flute being evaluated for age by Utah State geologists


Tammy Rittenour, an assistant research professor of geology at Utah State University, works with the flute found in Range Creek in late 2006 as she tries to evaluate it's age by using optical stimulated luminescence. The process uses the material...

Carbon sheriff pulls double-duty as Babe Ruth president


Carbon County Sheriff James Cordova approaches the Price City Council concerning concession repairs at the Babe Ruth baseball fields in town. Cordova, recently received word that the 15-year-old all-star tournament will be conducted in Carbon Cou...

Senate approves voting act increasing House seats


After three days of debate, the United States Senate approved the D.C. Voting Rights Act of 2009 by a margin of 61 to 37 votes on Feb. 26.

Active Re-Entry goes national with Scoodeo


Active Re-Entry in conjunction with the Southeastern Utah District Health Department has developed a motorized scooter training program that will finally gain national recognition this year. Representatives from both agencies will present their ...

Castle Valley artists come together to discuss formation of local guild


Mark McMillian, Chad Nielson and Linda Patterson discuss the formation of a diversified artists guild the group's inaugural meeting. They plan to include all types of artists from painters to poets, dancers, photographers and potters along with a...

Almost like Indiana Jones...


The head gear modern archaeologists wear may be different, and much more protective than the fedora that Indiana Jones wore in his movies, but they are after much the same thing: discovering artifacts and antiquities. And those professionals that...

Quagga mussels found in Red Fleet Reservoir


The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources continues to receive test results on other Utah waters, but has recieved word that mussels have been found in Red Fleet Reservoir just north of Vernal....

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