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Published April 23, 2009

Carbon County News

Carbon economy fuels job growth

Carbon County posted a 10.1 percent employment expansion rate during the one-year period between March 2008 and March 2009.

Challenges accompany foster parenting decision

There are a lot of questions when household members decide that they want to become a foster family. The decision is a question itself.

Helper emergency personnel conduct drills, prepare for wildfire training session

Helper City Fire Department crews conduct safety drills at Sally Mauro Elementary on Tuesday. Volunteer fire departments from Carbon, Emery, Grand, San Juan and Utah counties will participate in Utah's wildland engine training session April 25 n...

Safety concerns rise in warm seasons

In addition to watching for school buses and students, local law enforcement agencies caution Carbon County motorists to remain alert for local youth enjoying traditional summertime activities and cool refreshing treats. Traffic safety concerns ...

Pipeline project plan raises water concerns

A proposed water supply pipeline project could threaten compromised flows into and out of Flaming Gorge Reservoir.

DOJ details settlement with energy companies

Six energy companies have agreed to install pollution control equipment at natural gas production facilities near Vernal to comply with the United States Clean Air Act.

Venus, moon appear to collide in sky Wednesday morning

On Wednesday at about 6:30 a.m., the two brightest objects in the night sky - the moon and Venus - came into an unusual tandem.

Manti-LaSal continues to search for RAC applicants

The Manti-La Sal National Forest is still seeking applicants to serve on the agency's resource advisory committee.

Castle Country landmarks elicit fictional, whimsical labels

Society loves to name things after prominent landmarks or places of interest, especially naturally occurring ones. Such names are often bestowed upon public schools, parks, hospitals, and even businesses....

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