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Published June 2, 2009

Carbon County News

Regents form CEU study report panel

Former College of Eastern Utah president Michael Petersen's report on the school was placed in the hands of the board of regents on Friday during the panel's regular meeting at Weber State....

Renovation starts on county's housing units

Carbon County commenced renovation of the Avalon House and Newhouse at symbolic groundbreaking ceremonies May 28 in Helper and Price.

Dancers provide great entertainment for audience

Girls perform African Drums at the Bi-Annual Dance recital "A World of Music" on May 29-30 at the Geary Theater. The name of the group was the Senior NonStop Dancers. They come from a long line of dancers from Linda's School of Dance, which has ...

Wellington focuses on city budget shortfall

On May 27, the Wellington council met to discuss and tentatively approve the city budget for 2010.

Legislators tour energy resource, facilities in eastern Utah

Utah Sen. David Hinkins watches the control screens at a large gas compression/refining plant in Uintah County last week during a tour for legislators arranged by Sen. Kevin Van Tassel of Vernal. A number of legislators toured areas of Gate and N...

New maintenance for East Carbon City

East Carbon's newly built walking paths are proving themselves difficult to maintain with the city maintenance department's current equipment, which brought up the issue of the department's overall equipment status at the May 26 city council meet...

Utah's economy suffering from U.S. recession disease

Utah's economy continues to suffer from the recession disease experienced by the vast majority of states.

State commission recognizes local vounteers with Utah 2009 Silver Bowl awards

Lt. Gov. Gary Herbert presents a Utah 2009 Silver Bowl Award to Carbon County resident Margaret Colosimo. Ten-year-old Kaylee Bruno of Price also received the statewide award, sponsored by the Utah Commission on Volunteers. The honor recognized C...

Price officials announce power outage on June 7

On June 7 starting at 7 a.m., Price city will experience a power outage lasting approximately five hours. The disruption will affect all Price electrical customers.

Coal Mine Rescue Competition in area this week

It takes place year after year, yet many people in the area don't know that it takes place. This year the Rocky Mountain Coal Mine Rescue Competition will be taking place at the College of Eastern Utah from June 2-4....

Matheson accepts national award at local chamber meeting

On Wednesday the Carbon County Chamber of Commerce held their monthly meeting at the Balance Rock Cafe in Helper and presented Congressman Jim Matheson with a national award that had been saved until he could come to eastern Utah to accept it. ...

Accident causes power outage

A crash into a power poll early Sunday morning took out the power to some of Price.

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