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Published August 18, 2009

Carbon County News

County recycling plan takes compost to new level


Composting is typically thought of as a small scale solution for recycling household waste, while at the same time creating a usable product for landscaping or gardening. Increasingly, however, it is being used on an industrial scale to help muni...

Weekend motocross benefit for open land


A moto crosser strives to get back on his bike after a fall while another biker maneuvers around him during a weekend motocross event at the Carbon County Fairgrounds. The motocross and desert race event was held over the weekend to garner funds ...

Price finalizes bond deals


The city of Price has been dealing with an assortment of tree issues all summer, ranging from the aesthetics of tree trimming vs safety, to planting new ones. However, on Aug 12. the city council was once again confronted with a tree dilemma beca...

Helper tunnels service all in a town with limited space


The tunnel going under Highway 6 connects Helper's divided neighborhoods for its pedestrians.

The Sun also rises in Carbon County's early days


Fred T. Waltrous, a newsman of note at the time, took over management of the Eastern Utah Advocate on July 3, 1913. He had been the owner of the Duchesne Record for some time before he came to Price and he was looking for a business to run, prefe...

Barrett drawings on review at Gallery East


The College of Eastern Utah's Gallery East is pleased to announce the first exhibit of the 2009-2010 season. The exhibit, Drawn from Life: The Drawings of Robert T. Barrett, will be on view from Aug.24 through Sept. 25 and will feature a large se...

Schools in, watch for buses


Scott Robertson, director of transportation for Carbon School District stands by a row of buses ready to carry kids to school this year. He says the main goal of his department is to get the students to school on time and in a safe way. He asks t...

USU Extension financial committee representative reviews federal tax credits


A number of tax breaks related to the American Recovery and Reinvest Act have the potential to benefit local residents.

Consumer protection agency issues warning, highlights warmer weather scam techniques


Continued warm temperatures provide increased opportunities for scammers to take money from Carbon County consumers.

Former Carbon resident follows 'Peter Pan' principle


Jayceen Craven-Walker just won't grow up. The Coalville resident says she can't stop playing and freely admits to being an ardent practitioner of the "Peter Pan" principle. Though chronologically she's approaching middle age, this self-described ...

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