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Published April 21, 2009

Carbon County News

Foster parenting requires patience, courage and commitment


The idea of taking someone elses child, particularly one from another family one does not know, and often a family in crisis, for some, is unimaginable. For others, it is the main way they see to help a society that puts so much emphasis on famil...

Bid process fails to lure local businesses


Bid openings for a vehicle and pest control products at the Carbon County commissioners meeting on April 15 apparently brought surprise to many people in the room when the items popped up on the agenda last Wednesday....

Mine advisory board selected by state labor commission


On Monday, the Utah Labor Commission announced the appointment of the members selected to serve four-year terms on the technical advisory council for the state's office of coal mine safety....

Council examines compliance issues


One of the main topics at the meeting of the Price City Council on April 15 was the ongoing compliance issues at the Melody Estates Mobile Home Park.

Eagle Frenzy means fun and games for students


Students battle with batons during the Eagle Frenzy at the College of Eastern Utah on Saturday. It's getting near the end of the semester and soon it will be finals time. Just a little fun before some extra hard work was a good experience for man...

Oddly colored sky strikes Castle Valley


A redish, pinkish, orangish colored sky covering Carbon and Emery counties last Wednesday afternoon drew the attention of many local residents. The phenonmenon took place at 3:30 p.m. long before sunset. The wind storm that had been blasting the ...

County officials work on land issues


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

American Legion selects candidates to attend '09 Utah Girls, Boys State events


American Legion organizations in Carbon County will send six local young women to the 2009 Utah Girls State event and three young men from Carbon County to attend Boys State from June 8 to June 12 at Weber State University in Ogden....

Average gas pump prices jump in county, across state


Gas prices across Utah jumped more in the last four weeks than any other state in the intermountain west.

Children's choir to perform spring concert


The Price Children's Choir will present its Spring Concert on the College of Eastern Utah campus Friday, April 24 at 6:00 p.m.

Thinking green for home furnishings


Incorporating sustainable materials into a home decor sets the tone for an environmentally responsible lifestyle. Doing so needn't involve abandoning your sense of style or making huge changes, either. ...

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