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Published October 6, 2009

Carbon County News

What would the Red Rocks Bill affect?

The Red Rocks Wilderness Bill that is before a congressional committee would change much of the way many Utahns live if it passes. How those changes would affect each individual depends on their connection to federal lands, but inevitably it woul...

SEUEPA meets

It always seems coincidental when issues seem to arise in importance even as other events are taking place. Some people call it a "perfect storm" when this happens. In the case of the Red Rock Wilderness Bill and the Southeastern Utah Energy Prod...

OHV action taken by Price council

On Sept. 30, Price City Council took action regarding a long-running problem that involves home owners and off road vehicle (OHV) riders around North Price. For some time, OHV users have ridden on the hills near Third East. Area home owners have ...

Learning from the ground up

College of Eastern Utah art student Barbara Heilmann sits on the floor to gain perspective of the hallway she is drawing during a lesson in the McDonald Career Center. Enrollment numbers for the college for fall semester are coming out this week ...

Diabetics should watch out for the flu

As cold and flu season rapidly approaches, it is extremely important for people with diabetes to take care of themselves. Not only does being sick increase blood glucose levels, but it also typically prohibits proper nutrition and eating habits. ...

Zero fatalities zeroes in

Southeastern Utah campaign for zero fatalities is promoting Carbon County residents of the importance of safe driving. Rayann and Chance Lee of Price, are standing in front of the display vehicle at the recent Desert Thunder Raceway event, which ...

Jones testifies before congressional committee on Red Rock bill

Carbon County Commissioner John Jones testified before the congressional subcommittee on National Parks, Forests and Public Lands of the Committee on Natural Resources concerning H.R. 1925-America's Red Rock Wilderness Act of 2009. Here are his c...

SUWA: Majority of Utahns favor wilderness

At the close of what President Obama officially designated "Wilderness Month," the Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance released a new poll showing solid support for new wilderness areas on federal lands within the state. ...

Army helicopter gets attention of Price residents

An Army helicopter landed and lifted off from the field north of the Price National Guard Armory where the Durrant School once stood. A couple of take-offs gathered a lot of attention on Sept. 24. Could it have had something to do with former Pre...

Water rights workshop held at CEU

Last Tuesday at the Jennifer Leavitt Student Center on College of Eastern Utah campus the Castleland RC&D Council, Price River Conservation District, and the San Rafael Conservation District partnered together with the Utah State Engineer's offic...

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