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Published March 31, 2009

Carbon County News

Gusting winds wreak havoc across county, topple trees in park


Gusts ranging up to a measured 50 miles per hour blew through Carbon County on Sunday and the winds took a toll on property, particularly trees.

Single vehicle rollover brings Carbon emergency personnel out in full force


Carbon County emergency personnel work to move the passenger out of a 2007 Jeep Wrangler at approximately 11:20 a.m. after the vehicle rolled on the Anadarko roads in northeast Price. According to Carbon County Sheriff's Deputy Mike Adams, the tw...

Controlled burn, fueled by fierce winds, requires five agencies for fire suppression


Local firefighters work on an out of control brush fire that got dangerously large this past weekend as wind conditions increased to epic proportions. The controlled burn grew to the point where five county fire agencies were called in to help wi...

U.S. Census Bureau canvassers focus on verifying addresses


On March 30, the United States Census Bureau started a massive operation to verify and update more than 145 million addresses nationwide.

Tax board reviews funding proposals


The Carbon County Tourism Tax Advisory Board met to take action for the first time on applications for project funding last Wednesday.

U.S. Forest Service accepts applications for Manti-LaSal resource advisory panel


The United States Forest Service is seeking applicants to serve on the Manti-LaSal resource advisory committee.

Free community showing slated April 3 of feature film directed by Price native


Filmed in Carbon County and from director Michael Zaccaria, "Under the Trees' will be shown at the Price auditorium April 3 at 7:30 p.m.

Single vehilce accident results in minor injuries for travlers along SR 123


East Carbon Police Chief Sam Leonard stands over a single vehicle accident on March 28 along SR 123 near East Carbon on Saturday. Neither occupant required transportation following the accident and reported that they were wearing their seat belts...

CEU students to face significant tuition increases


College of Eastern Utah students will need deeper pockets next fall as tuition is slated to go up nine percent, said interim President Mike King at a Truth in Tuition hearing mostly attended by the administration and representatives of student go...

Helper Easter Egg Hunt


The Helper Easter Egg Hunt will take place on Saturday, April 11 at 9 a.m. The hunt will take place at the Helper city park/American Legion ball park and kids ages one through 12 can participate. ...

2009 Carbon High Sterling Scholar winners


Calumn Samuelson - The winner of the general category is an athletic, energetic, and very ambitious senior at his high school. He is in involved in many organizations such as Renaissance, FCCLA, and PEAK; and is the Vice President of the National...

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