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Published May 7, 2009

Carbon County News

Juvenile judge explains '09 alcohol, DUI statute


Effective May 12, juveniles found guilty of driving under the influence of an intoxicant and certain alcohol offenses will face stiffer penalties

Fire equipment inspections underway in Carbon County


Price City Fire Chief Paul Bedont and Tony Pollock of Diversified Inspections/ITL watch as a ladder sags under 500 pounds of weight applied to it during equipment testing and inspections on Tuesday. Bedont said ladders and other fire equipment mu...

IDS slates conference to educate public regarding organ donations


April was National Donate Life Month. To mark the 2009 event, Intermountain Donor Services hosted a conference to educate the public about the importance and impact donation has on organ recipients. ...

Officials update progress at Moab mill tailings site


On Monday, two United States senators representing Utah updated the status of the uranium mill tailings project in Grand County.

Price-Carbon Family to Family Network presents forum


Emery County School District psychologist Amy Bell discusses strategies for developing behavior plans for children with disabilities or special needs at a conference sponsored by Carbon's special education department. Presented by Price-Carbon F...

Electrical research institute selects IPP as participant in carbon dioxide study


The Intermountain Power Project has been selected as one of five electric utilities in the United States and Canada to participate in a study of technology for capturing carbon dioxide emissions from coal-fueled electrcity generation facilities....

Winters wins international competition


Mason Winters of Vernal represented College of Eastern Utah and the United States in Ireland's International Skills Competition. This competition pitted the best student welders in Ireland against the best from the U.S. Winters beat Ireland's bes...

Board of Realtors presents check


Irene Everett presents a check for $1700 from the Carbon Emery Board of Realtors to Habitat for Humanity. Accepting the check is some of the Habitat board. That board includes Rhonda Birch, Carolyn Randall, Sylvia Nelson, Bryant Anderson, Charle...

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