|Published August 20, 2009|
Carbon County News
County attorney's office files criminal complaint against Helper Junior High teacher
On Monday, the Carbon County Attorney's Office filed a formal criminal complaint in 7th District Court charging a 28-year-old female who taught at Helper Junior High last year with three separate third degree felony counts....
CEU welcomes back students
The College of Eastern Utah welcomed back students with activities outside the Reeves Building. Students are excited to continue their scholarship, as well as their college fun, for the fall semester in Carbon County. ...
Planning, zoning panel hears public comments
On Aug 18 a public hearing was conducted by the county planning and zoning panel concerning the Scofield master plan for development. While the verbal section of the hearing is over, the panel is still accepting written comments until 5 p.m. on A...
PRWID reviews annual financial audit
The Price River Water Improvement District (PRWID) has been running a deficit for the last few years, and although this year's financial audit found the same, the district appears to be fairing better. The audit done by Smuin, Rich and Marsing (S...
BLM land trade in Grand
A Utah land swap bill designed to protect valuable acres of wilderness in Grand County while opening up access to new areas that are rich in oil and natural gas was approved by the Senate on Aug. 5. It now heads to President Barack Obama for his ...
Watchdog group evaluates Huntsman's fiscal performance
Elected in November 2004, Gov. Jon Huntsman assumed office in January 2005, and resigned in August 2009 to become United States ambassador to China.
BLM's mineral lease sale, auction generate revenues on 27 land parcels in Utah
The United States Bureau of Land Management the federal agency's quarterly oil and gas lease sale on Aug. 18 at the BLM state office in Salt Lake City.
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