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Published June 30, 2009

Carbon County News

School district, city explore access road idea

When Carbon High School was built 50 years ago it was put at the end of what is basically a dead end road that put it in a corner with only one access point. Now Carbon School District and Price City are talking about changing that....

Prescribed fire near Scofield on Sunday draws attention from residents county wide

A prescribed fire that was set on Sunday west of the Scofield area drew the attention of many Carbon County residents on Sunday.

Local real estate remains stable

Real estate prices nationwide have dropped substantially over the past year, but locally they have remained relatively stable. And although most realtors in Price will tell stories of how upper level housing has been difficult to sell, they will ...

Museum utilizes new technology

Cutting edge ideas are not often associated with museums however the College of Eastern Utah's Prehistoric Museum (CEUPM) wants to change this notion with some of it's newer options for enhancing the museum experience. ...

Carbon County artist linked to late pop star Michael Jackson

Despite spotting celebrities year after year at an annual art show in Beverly Hill, Calif. what happened to Thomas Elmo Williams early in June was astounding.

USU Extension Corner: Control squash bugs to prevent plant, branch damage

Even though the spring weather in the Castle Country region has been fairly cool in 2009, many residents have already found squash bugs on cucumbers, butternut squash and acorn squash plants....

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