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Published March 17, 2009

Carbon County News

County officials, citizens join at courthouse for weather training

Local citizens join state, county and city officials at the Carbon County Court House on March 16 to learn more about helping their local community by becoming a weather spotter. The training was initiated by emergency planning officials includin...

Connection between coal mines, water

It is a typical problem in area coal mines; water. And it's also one of the reasons many mines don't end up being played out. Water is a big problem in mining.

Local official trains, certifies new cadaver dogs at Carbon County facilities

The Carbon County and Salt Lake City Sheriff's offices have recently been working on assembling an elite team of cadaver dogs who are charged with the difficult but essential task of finding what many dread, the remains of a human body....

Local author returns to alma mater

James Todd Cochrane wrote the book Max and the Gatekeeper. The six grade class at Sally Mauro is currently reading the book and Cochrane was in town do a reading and writing workshop. He was helping kids to realize that they could write and publi...

Carbon County girl scouts set up annual cookie drives all over local area

Colton Clausing buys his yearly batch of girl scout cookies from Aaliyah Smith, Brittney Pizzuto, Annie Bigelow and Delaina Pizzuto.

CEU budget lower than anticipated by officials

The anticipated budget cuts that were to come out of the legislature for the College of Eastern Utah materialized as the session wore on and the college is looking at some cuts this year and well as next....

CEU automotive receives special honor

Earlier this year, 21 schools were notified that they had made it to the second round of the Tomorrow's Technician/Chicago Pneumatic School of the Year contest. Out of more than 130 teams, the College of Eastern Utah's automotive department was c...

Tar sands industry comes to eastern Utah

Asphalt Ridge's distinctive name comes from the layer of black soil, or bitumen, visible for miles across the Ashley Valley in Uintah County.

Bushman art highlighted at Gallery East

The expressive calligraphic mixed media work of Provo artist, Ike Bushman, will be displayed from March 7 to April 3 in College of Eastern Utah's Gallery East in the northwest corner of the old SAC....

Health department offers clinics for women

The Southeastern Utah Health District offers clinics twice a month specifically for women.

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