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Published October 22, 2009

Carbon County News

Western Energy Training Center future fuzzy

It's no secret that the College of Eastern Utah (CEU) has been struggling financially, but with millions of dollars in budget cuts, belts have tightened considerably. One area of the college hardest hit is the Western Energy Training Center (WETC...

Third world teeth

Dentistry might carry associations of pain and suffering, but it's also something that the developed world takes for granted. In reality, access to quality dentistry doesn't just fall from the sky. Yet, about five years ago, Dr. Elwin Atwood, a P...

Vote early, bring identification

Early voting for all city offices is going on at the Carbon County Courthouse this week and will continue through Oct. 30.

Salazar requests investigation, sites new oil shale terms

In a telephone press conference called specifically to address the situation in Utah, Colorado and Wyoming concerning oil shale, and presumably tar sands as well, Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar said that the way the federal government pass...

Matheson disappointed in new oil shale program

Congressman Jim Matheson said he disagrees with today's announcement by the Department of Interior regarding the federal government's policy for research, development and demonstration (RD&D) leases for oil shale. The decision follows a seven-mon...

Colors here today, gone tomorrow

Bright red bushes on the College of Eastern Utah campus show off their colors, but in a short time all the gold, orange and reds of the fall season will be gone as leaves fall and the weather gets colder....

"Meet the candidates night" set for Oct. 26

In looking towards the immediate city and county general elections on Nov. 3, the Carbon County Chamber of Commerce board of directors would like to invite all voters to participate in a "Meet the Candidates" nights scheduled for Oct. 26 at the H...

Patient dog waits in vehicle for owner

Cooper, a large and loveable Newfoundland dog, waits patiently while his master signs up for the Domestic Violence run-walk that was held on Oct. 17th at Washington Park.

Garage sale signs fall within ordinance

As the end of the week approaches, garage sale signs are a common sight across town. However what many don't realize is that posting them on public property is illegal within the Price city limits. Police have not traditionally had very many issu...

Choir to perform

The College of Eastern Utah Chamber Choir will present the Schubert Mass in G on Saturday, Oct. 24 in the Price Civic Auditorium. They will be accompanied by the Price Civic Orchestra, conducted by Professor Russell Wilson. ...

DWR looking for possible hunting changes for 2011

While the general rifle hunt for deer has just begun, the Division of Wildlife Resources is alreay looking at changes for next year's big game seasons.

Specialty crop block grant program announced

Agriculture Deputy Secretary Kathleen Merrigan will lead a national conference call to announce funding being provided to all 50 states through the Specialty Crop Block Grant Program. Approximately $49 million will be provided to enhance the comp...

Police tape seals off area of double homicide in Castle Dale

According to Emery County Sheriff LaMar Guymon, shortly after 9 a.m. on Wednesday morning there was a double homicide shooting in Castle Dale. William Sharp, 51, and his wife Charmaine, 54 were fatally wounded sometime around 8:30 in the morning....

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