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Published June 23, 2009

Carbon County News

School district faces budget cuts, but negotiations go well with proposed funds

The Carbon School District has settled their negotiations with teachers for the coming school year, but the budget cuts coming from the state will impact everyone in the district, according to discussion at the school districts board meeting on J...

Immigration bill comes into effect

On July 1, 2009, senate bill 81 will come into effect across the state of Utah. The bill which was passed by the state legislature in 2008, requires county sheriffs and other law enforcement to "make a reasonable effort to determine the citizens...

BACA riders come down 100 North in Price on Saturday

On June 20 the Bikers Against Child Abuse (BACA) held a fund raising event in Helper. They took to the roads of Carbon County with over 60 bikes and despite the rain were able to ride from Helper to Price....

East Carbon City reviews 2010 budget, police officer situation

On June 18, East Carbon City (ECC) tentatively approved it's 2010 budget, and as with any budget review, discussion arose, but overall the process went smoothly with only a few issues. ...

Carbon County Commission considers drug court fees, Sunnyside Community Daze

In a short meeting on June 17, the Carbon County commission met to confront an assortment of business ranging from East Carbon's Community Daze, to issues surrounding the county drug court's polygraph tests....

Restaurant opens doors, attracts diners on practice night

A family looks through the food items listed on the menu at the new Winger's in Price. Opening or practice night was presented at the establishment last Friday in which contributions for local leukemia patients were donated by attendees. The rest...

Properly removing ticks, treating wounds reduces risks of contracting disease

Moisture from spring rains and snowmelt creates perfect living conditions for ticks in the Carbon County area and locations across the state.

College announces gift

College of Eastern Utah announces the creation of a new endowed scholarship. Thanks to the Philanthropy of International Power Agency, we are able to offer the Intermountain Power Agency Scholarship. ...

Helper Arts Festival looking for volunteers

The Helper Arts Festival is seeking volunteers for all events at the festival, such as Plein Aire, Sculpture Slap, Children's Art Yard, etc. They are also accepting applications for arts and crafts vendors, Plein Aire artists, and sculpturer's....

Matheson announces grant

Congressman Jim Matheson announced on Friday that a $1.7 million federal highway grant has been approved to improve safety and traffic flow on the highway now utilized by trucks hauling away the radioactive tailings pile near Moab....

Annual Drinking Water Quality Report Helper City 2008

We're pleased to present to you this year's Annual Drinking Water Quality Report. This report is designed to inform you about the quality of the water and services we deliver to you every day. Our constant goal is to provide you with a safe and d...

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