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Published September 29, 2009

Carbon County News

Researchers say deep coal energy extraction possible


Anyone connected with the coal business knows that all mines contain coal that is not retrievable. Either it is located in a place that is difficult to reach or nature placed it in veins that are too thin to mine economically....

Fall colors light up area


The fall colors in Spring Canyon won't be around for very long.

CEU telescope to come back to life again


Patrick Wiggins, NASA/Jet Propulsion Labratories solar system ambassador to Utah, checks out the 12.5 inch telescope located in the observatory on top of the McDonald Career Center on the College of Eastern Utah campus. Wiggins, along with associ...

CEU faces many more staff cuts in 2010 despite merger


A letter, via e-mail, from interim College of Eastern Utah President Mike King on Monday morning shocked some people, while others said they knew that this year wasn't the end of budget woes for the Price school....

Carbon crown awarded


The conclusion of the Miss Carbon County pageant has brought forth Kelli Dougal as the new Miss Carbon County. While the competition itself was a fast paced event, Miss Dougal will be in for the long haul attending ribbon cuttings and other even...

Tourism discuss new options for promotion of local area


On Sept. 22, the tourism and tax board met to discuss new options for promoting the local area as well as reviewing previous projects. During the past year, the board sponsored numerous projects which amounted to a total cost of about $57,143 out...

Intersection light petition moving ahead


The intersection of 100 North and 600 East in Price is often a very busy intersection.

Cooperation brings reward


A group of organizations that worked to eradicate noxious weeds in eastern Utah is has been recognized for its work by the Bureau of Land Management.

Tree fossil new to CEU Museum


Earlier this season, the CEU Prehistoric Museum received an unexpected discovery that could potentially redefine the roster of ancient tree species in the area. The find comes in the form of a 100 million year-old fossilized tree that was preserv...

Foster grandparents make a difference


For many old age is a time of retirement, of doing what one wants. In some minds it a period in which a person can just relax, and take it easy.

Opposite ends of the political spectrum show up in Carbon County decades apart


Elizabeth Cunningham and her son Connor pose for the camera along with former President George Bush on Sunday afternoon. The former chief executive of the United States was at the Price Airport getting ready to fly out when Cunningham caught up w...

Tree trimming in Price


Scott, a Price city, worker trims a tree out side of Sign Edge recently. The issue of tree trimming has been a frequent discussion item for the Price city council over the summer as many city trees are under maintained. The trees pictured were a ...

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