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Published April 7, 2009

Carbon County News

Third graders experience farm functions up close via FFA


The Utah Farm Bureau and FFA hosted third graders from all the schools in the county on Wednesday March 25, as Bethany Truman and Malyn Brady helped the kids understand the complexities of farming. Half of the third graders attended the event in ...

County approves tax funded projects


As expected, the Carbon County Commission acted positively with only a small bit of discussion on money for various projects from the recommendations of the Carbon County Tourism Tax Advisory Board on Wednesday evening, approving all the request ...

Local gas company fixes leaking pipe


A Questar official changes out gas piping behind Main St. in Price. The company assists local fire departments in measuring and repairing lines that are leaking and allowing potentially dangerous levels of gas to collect in any given area. ...

Rural seatbelt safety survey shows Carbon reaching for 70 percent


In an effort to protect both young and old, Utah law requires that all children under age 8 ride in an appropriate car or booster seat and that all adults buckle up.

Literacy director charged with 30 felony offenses


The Carbon County Attorney's Office has filed a formal criminal complaint in the 7th District Court charging the Price City Library's former literacy program director with 30 separate second and third degree felony level offenses....

AAA Utah outlines steps to consider before opting to purchase used vehicles


The nationwide decline in new vehicle sales has been widely reported. Many Americans are looking to used vehicle dealers.

FSA earmarks recovery act funding for agency's direct farm loan program in Utah


On April 1, the United States Department of Agriculture's Farm Service Agency announced that the Utah office has obligated all of the $173 million provided in the recovery act for the direct operating loan program in the state....

Carbon charity joins ranks for a little bowling, giving to less fortunate residents


The Carbon County Parrot heads show their giving spirit as they "Bowled with a purpose," to gather bedding for the mission in Helper.

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