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Published August 13, 2009

Carbon County News

County works on dust suppression plan for Nine Mile


The senior citizens center and the county's Nine Mile Canyon dust reduction effort were discussed at the Aug. 11 recreation and transportation special service district meeting....

CHS Dinos cheerleading squad sponsors fundraising camp for Carbon youth


Local youth practice cheerleading techniques at the camp sponsored by Carbon High School. Under the direction of Trish Anderson, the camp has been put on for years by the Carbon High cheerleaders as a fundraiser. The dances choreographed by the D...

County planning, zoning panel approves permits


The county planning and zoning commission conducted a special meeting on Aug, 11 to recommend a conditional use permit to allow OSO Oil and Gas to install an a mine treatment plant at the company's existing facility. ...

Local woman survives lightening strike


Anyone who has been near a lightening strike knows why the ancient Greeks and Romans regarded it as the power of Zeus, king of the gods.

Take Back Utah rally attracts supporters from Castle Valley


Hundreds of residents support the Take Back Utah Rally in Salt Lake last Saturday, including a number of people from Carbon and Emery counties. Featuring an ATV-motorized vehicle parade to the capitol building along with various speakers, the ral...

Buses gear up to roll along roads when school starts


When the public schools in the area open next week, one of the first signs many will see are those big yellow buses moving down the road. And one of the first things on educators minds will the safety of the children being carried by those coache...

Human body requires proper hydration


The average human body contains between 45 percent and 75 percent water. Every cell, tissue and organ needs water to function properly.

Carbon DUP opens pioneer cabins for International Days


Florence Simmons welcomes visitors to the Grames cabin in Pioneer Park during International Days. The last child born in the cabin, Simmons celebrated her 88th birthday on the event's opening day. The Carbon Company of Daughters of Utah Pioneers ...

Teaching Children School Bus Safety


If your children take the school bus, it is your responsibility to teach them proper safety habits. After all, taking a school bus can have certain risks.

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