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Published September 15, 2009

Carbon County News

Primary election day for E. Carbon

Only one municipality in Carbon County is having a primary election this year during election season - for mayor and council seats - and East Carbon is now ready for voters to step up....

Board discusses Bruin Point Elementary size

Bruin Point Elementary School has outgrown its current building, despite the fact that it is only three years old. During the last Carbon School Board meeting on Sept. 9, the issue of Bruin Point's student capacity was addressed. While the buildi...

Patriot Day celebrated in various ways in county

Murphy, a golden retriever, buzzes by as students from Brenna Penrey's kindergarten class at Wellington Elementary follow him in a Patriotic march on Friday in commemoration of Patriots Day (the anniversary of 9-11). The students had Murphy and h...

Chain reaction of caring

A new school year has began for Carbon High students. Sports, homecoming and many other activities dominate their lives as they get back into the routine of class schedules and home work. Again this year, the school is involved with the Rachel Pr...

Chaffetz states Gooseberry a go

When Rep. Jason Chaffetz became Sanpete countys congressman, some wondered if he would be as big an advocate of the Gooseberry Narrows Dam project as his predecessor, Chris Cannon, was....

Hatch says cap and trade bill bad for Utah

Cap and trade legislation now before Congress could cost Utah as many as 24,000 jobs and $455 million a year, Sen. Orrin Hatch warned on Thurs at a cap and trade forum at the Utah State Capitol office Building....

Saw man gives creation to county

Shawn Ward of Price demonstrated his talent of carving a bear at the county fair last month. This talented man spent all day in an exhibition tent carving the large bear and at the end of the day he donated it to the fairgrounds. After some finis...

Local man rides bike to Arctic Circle

Randy Leader of Kenilworth rode 6,500 miles on his 2008 Harley Davidson Electra-Glide to tour Alaska and Canada reaching as far as the Arctic Circle and Coldfoot, Alaska on the Dalton Highway-Haul Road....

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