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Published October 8, 2009

Carbon County News

H1N1 nasal vaccine arrives in limited supply

The Southeastern Utah District Health Department (SEUDHD) has received their first shipment of H1N1 Flu Mist. This first shipment is very limited and available in nasal spray form only. ...

Natural gas power

The wave of the future might be here for Savage Trucking. For the last week they have been testing innovative engine fuels. For a new Kenworth that was parked in the shop last week, natural gas has been the choice of power as the truck hauled 45 ...

Helper council reviews power meter dispute

In an effort to solve a power meter issue involving $62,000 and Rocky Mountain Power. Helper city council has obtained a legal opinion and discovered that the bill can only go back 30 days, not an entire year. ...

CEU enrollment up this year, budgets down

In a spot of good news that has eluded the College of Eastern Utah (CEU) in the last couple of years, the school's student enrollment for the fall 2009 semester increased 91 students over last year's third week report. ...

Canyon colors in full bloom, but not much longer

Bushes, trees and just about everything is colorful in Price Canyon these days. But now that the cold weather has really set in and snow is beginning to fly during storms that pass through the area, these beautiful leaves will soon be history....

Telephone scams continue to plague area

Although fraudulent scams are an age old problem, new technologies have proven to be a breeding ground for fraud. Nearly every advancement in communication technology has brought forward countless new ways to part people with their money. ...

Hunters warned, know when to turn around

With the start of the big game hunting season, Brian Ferebee, Supervisor of the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest, is reminding hunters and other forest users that current weather conditions are causing roads and trails to become extremely wet ...

Recreation district finalizes senior center electrical changes

With the recent rapid advance of electronic equipment, specifications for the new senior citizens' center were determined to be out of date. While this was only one reason for the Recreation Transportation Special Service District (RTSSD) to make...

U of Utah communication program helps doctors

Dr. Max Morgan and his clinic staff are participating with the University of Utah in a study to help patients and doctors team up to manage health concerns. The clinic is currently helping patients to use a Web site that interacts directly with t...

Avalon New House in Price quickly taking shape

The New House hotel renovation in Price has come a long way since its beginning last May. While it is still an ongoing project, progress is on schedule. According to Scott Critchett, project supervisor, construction has been moving along smoothly...

Stella D'America dinner Sunday

In keeping with a tradition dating back many, many years, Helper's Italian-American lodge, Stella D'America, has scheduled the annual Columbus Day dinner this Sunday, Oct.11. The event will take place in the Helper civic auditorium Sunday afterno...

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