|Published June 25, 2009|
Carbon County News
Carbon School District sets budget for 2009-10
The Carbon School District has set its budget for the 2009-10 school year and it isn't pretty. But then as administrators explained to board members at the June 17 meeting, it could be worse too....
Law enforcement utilizes surveillance across county to improve coverage
Growing use of surveillance video cameras in Carbon County is allowing law enforcement to have an unblinking eye over nearly all incorporated areas, including Helper, Price, and East Carbon City (ECC). Although many of them are difficult to see, ...
Avintaquin camping restricted to RV's
Due to an increase in bear activity and sightings at Avintaquin Campground on the Roosevelt/Duchesne District of the Ashley National Forest, overnight occupancy without a fully hard sided and structurally sound camping vehicle and sleeping outsid...
East Carbon considers merger
East Carbon City (ECC) council decided on June 23, that negotiations for a possible merger between it and Sunnyside City (SSC) need to take place. Reasons for the merger were detailed during the meeting by councilmember Dave Maggio who expressed ...
U.S. Senate Western Caucus members co-sponsor clean, reliable energy act
On June 24, Sen. Orrin Hatch and federal lawmakers from the western United States celebrated the launch of the Senate Western Caucus by introducing the Clean, Affordable, and Reliable Energy Act. ...
Fishing event slated for people with disabilities
A special fishing event for people with disabilities is slated June 27 at the Gigliotti Pond in Helper.
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