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Published April 16, 2009

Carbon County News

Home meal program introduces containers

The trays holding food delivered to homebound people around the county may not seem like a major thing to worry about.

Sun Advocate expands website, launches directory to promote businesses

The Sun Advocate website grew during the last two weeks as the paper launched an on-line directory for businesses.

Feral cats pose mounting problem in Carbon County, across southeastern Utah

A stray cat discovers that a bird feeder makes a comfortable perch. Stray felines may be cute, but the large numbers of the cats can become a nuisance. Feral cats continue to pose a mounting problem in the eastern Utah area. State and local anima...

Law enforcement officials address immigration bills

Two bills passed by the 2009 Utah Legislature have attracted attention due to questions about how local law enforcement officials will handle the responsibility placed on agencies by the new laws....

Union Pacific updates company's expansion, improvement projects

Carbon County motorists should spend less time at crossings waiting for trains to pass as a result of the nearly $11 million in track improvements made by Union Pacific Railroad to the company's line between Helper and Grand Junction, Colo....

Western counties lobby Congress for regional public land mandate

Last week, county commissioners and representatives from Utah, Washington and Idaho lobbied the United States Congress for a regionally driven process when wilderness bills or designations negatively affecting local areas are considered....

Local businessman goes riding with Governor Huntsman

Alan Peterson, a local multiple lands use advocate was invited to go riding dirt bikes with Governor Huntsman ( the Governor is a long time dirt bike enthusiast and has actually raced at Price Motocross track). Alan was specifically asked by the ...

CEU Prehistoric Museum earns accreditation

The College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum has achieved accreditation by the American Association of Museums (AAM), the highest national recognition.

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