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Published May 14, 2009

Carbon County News

Parties negotiate settlement in Crandall mine lawsuits


The plaintiffs and defendants in civil lawsuits stemming from the August 2007 fatal accidents at Crandall Canyon coal mine have negotiated a comprehensive settlement agreement involving an undisclosed sum of money....

Evening cleanup conducted in Price


Ron Brewer works with his son, Bonham, to clean up around a fence in west Price Tuesday night during the mayor's walk and talk event. Ten people showed up to rake and gather litter....

Relay for life celebration attracts local residents of all ages


A young girl works on a project during a celebration of Relay for life presented at the Peace Gardens in Price on Wednesday. Mayor Joe Piccolo proclaimed May 13 to June 6 as Relay for life days. The celebration also honored the pioneers of the su...

Rx cards reduce prescription costs, save Castle Valley residents money


Last year when the Familywise Rx cards were introduced into the area, no one knew how well they would do. But now they do.

Commission secures funding for projects


Across Carbon County, things will be changing this summer.

East Carbon officials prepare to market city


The East Carbon council is clearing the way for a brighter future for the city and possibly the county as a whole.

DOGM orders Bear Canyon coal mine to cease operations


Utah Division of Oil, Gas and Mining director John Baza recently updated the Emery County Public Lands Council on energy production in the state.

Fees changing for pool


Helper City will be changing the fees for the City pool this season. The new fees will take effect on May 22, 2009. You can still buy season passes at the old prices if you go to the city offices before May 22, 2009. Helper City will raise fees t...

AARP connects to serve


Each year Utah AARP identifies areas throughout the state where they can assist local entities with projects that will be of benefit to their communities. Because much discussion has been related to hunger and poverty within the state, this year ...

Former governor meets with library board


Carbon School Board member Ruby Cordova talks with former Utah Governor Olene Walker during a meeting in Price with the local library board last month to see how the area can come up with funds for various library projects that literary leaders i...

Foster Care Fun Run slated in county


Local supporters join the Foster Care Fun Run last Saturday in Price. More than 140 people showed up to participate in the event, according to Utah Foster Care Foundation representative Kobi Marchello. The goal was to get 270 people to walk one m...

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