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Published September 24, 2009

Carbon County News

H1N1 vaccine here in late October

The H1N1 virus has been studied in the southern hemisphere all summer and evaluated in the northern hemisphere since last spring. Now it is about to make another splash as fall turns into winter - the standard flu season in the United States and ...

Harvest time

Whether one picks tomatoes from the garden or hauls in that last cut of alfalfa, fall is a special time of year. It is a time to reap the benefits of hard work in gardens, on farms and in other enterprises, depending on the weather....

Independent Living Center adds to local community

Two decades ago, Nancy Bentley set out to establish an Independent Living Center to serve southeast Utah. The name Active Re-Entry was chosen to both represent the goal that the non-profit agency would try to accomplish as well as place it at the...

DCFS introduces 'Creative Intervention'

"Building a system of care" is the aim of the Department of Child and Family Services in Price. Such system building is taking place not only in Carbon County, but throughout Utah as a whole. The department has helped lead the way in a new progra...

Rock plant blooms every year

Bill Craig of Price, kneeling in his beautiful flower garden, is showing off an unusual rock. The rock in the front of the picture has a small crevice in which a plant is growing. This per annual flowering plant, which gets bigger and bigger ea...

Local RC and D celebrates national week

The Castleland Resource Conservation and Development (RC and D) Council joins the 375 RC and D councils across the country in celebrating "RC and D Week," Sept. 21 - 27. RC and D Week was declared in recognition of the anniversary of the designa...

City to use new check processing system

On Sept. 16, Price City took steps that will further its ascent into the electronic age with the installation of a new check processing system. Checks taken by the city will be scanned and processed digitally through the Wells Fargo Back Office C...

Fire on Buck Ridge

Lightning from thunderstorms on September 15 ignited a fire at Buck Ridge on the Manti-La Sal National Forest, near Wagon Road Ridge in Sanpete County. The fire is small, having burned only .2 acres of dead spruce and subalpine fir....

Gourd swan grown

Lauren Wilkinson, 11, from Price displays an unusual gourd that resembles a swan. This gourd was grown in Glen and Sue Jackson's garden in Carbonville.

East Carbon City approves justice court percentages, examines Public Safety Building concerns

East Carbon City has reviewed voter turnout and found that about 27 percent of the city participated in the recent primary election. Although this number is low, there will likely be a larger turnout for the final election on Nov. 3. However, dur...

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