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Published September 22, 2009

Carbon County News

Electricity brings a change in the air along with it

A thunderstorm last week produces brilliant colors and light in the sky one night over Price. The unsettled weather in the area has ushered in a definite change as fall starts to settle in. This past weekend snow dusted the mountains around Reser...

Commission reviews Scofield fire situation

County commissioners reviewed the costs of the Scofield fire that burned earlier this summer. While they were not overly impressed by the prescribed burn that caused it, they did notice positive aspects of the effort to contain it. ...

Local professionals react to national health care debate

As the national health care debate continues, arguments have contrasted starkly. But amid the rising tensions, doctors have increasingly been caught in a no man's land of health care reform. Most health care professionals will agree that the some...

Just passing through

Ray Goodman was once a guy that few people wanted to see coming to their door. He was someone who, by law, took away people's possessions - their homes and basically their lives....

Pinnacle Canyon Academy back to school night brings on H1N1 information

Harvey Howard and his son Wyatt look over the information presented at Pinnacle Academy's back to school night, as Jessie Huff, far right discusses with Catherine Borg seasonal and novel H1N1 flu and virus. This new virus is unpredictable and may...

Rainbow after the storm

A rainbow near the Bookcliffs after a rainstorm last weekend. Fall is almost here and along with warmer temperatures rainbows will gradually become more scarce as the rain turns into snow. ...

Nine Mile committee meets to discuss road progress

Reaching an agreement on how to solve transportation, law enforcement and communication problems in Nine Mile Canyon has never been an easy task. Yet, as the Nine Mile Canyon Cooperative Board has worked together for the last couple of years, it ...

Practicing on the golf course

Freston and Ryker Smith of Price, practice their golf skills at the Carbon Country Golf Course. Golf teaches competitiveness, responsibility, perseverance and honesty.

State directors appointed for Utah

The Obama Administration recently announced that David Conine will serve as Utah State Director for Rural Development and Arthur L. Douglas will serve as the Utah Executive Director for Farm Service Agency at the USDA. ...

Fifth annual Family Coalition night coming

The Carbon County Healthy Families Coalition is excited to be celebrating their 5th annual Family Night with author Richard Paul Evans. The event will be held at Carbon High School on Sept. 29, 2009 starting with a spaghetti and meatball dinner. ...

Are energy saving lights really worth it?

Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFLs) provide a great alternative to traditional incandescent light bulbs in the home. They use 66 percent less electricity and last up to 10 times longer than typical incandescent bulbs. They are definitely worth the i...

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