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Published July 16, 2009

Carbon County News

Task force favors merging CEU, USU

During a public meeting on Monday at the College of Eastern Utah, a regents panel indicated the members would recommend that CEU become a "comprehensive regional campus of Utah State University."...

Archaeology in Range Creek goes on

Jake Anderson and Sarah Botkin work to uncover artifacts at an archaeological dig in Range Creek. The project is under the direction of College of Eastern Utah curator of archaeology Renee Barlow and they have uncovered nearly 500 artifacts in at...

West Nile, weed control continue on this summer

Like thunder storms and hot sunny days, both West Nile virus and noxious weeds take off during the summer months, causing problems that left unattended can easily become serious....

GIS project could improve electronic maps

Keeping addresses in order is a job that has fallen partially on the Carbon County Global Information Systems (GIS) department, a department that is also responsible for mapping the county and it's projects. And because both addresses and mapping...

IRS encourages Carbon residents to check 2009 federal income tax withholding levels

The United States Internal Revenue Service urges Carbon County residents to check 2009 federal income tax withholding levels to make certain that they do not face any surprises when returns are due next spring. ...

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