|Published October 27, 2009|
Carbon County News
Son arrested, to be arraigned in slayings
According to Emery County Sheriff LaMar Guymon, around 9 a.m. on Wednesday morning, Oct. 21, there was a double homicide shooting in Castle Dale.
Flintstones and others help in the cause
The Flintstones and their buddies helped in a good cause on Saturday night when they attended the annual Children's Justice Center Harvest Ball. Spooks, devils, vampires, super heroes and even ketchup and mustard attended the ball....
Working out the details
A meeting of the departmental committees from the College of Eastern Utah and Utah State Univeristy last week brought to light just how difficult it is when to institutions must merge together to become one....
New erosion control
Reclamation projects along the Price River are planned for nearly its entire length, from Scofield on down. One of the first is a short section of 18,000 square feet near the Castle Dale exit in Price, in which a new cutting edge erosion control...
Price River trail takes shape as commissioners review plan for implementation
In an effort to control increased garbage problems near a parking area around Scofield reservoir, new fences and other measures have been added to the 2010 county budget for a total of $25,000. County commissioners discussed the measure on Oct. ...
Glass replacement a regular duty for some
For most people dealing with replacing broken glass is a once in a great while thing. But for Travis Madden and Cody Ordner, who work as glaziers for Frank's Glass it is a regular thing. Here they replace one of the panes of glass that was shatte...
Often overlooked, county GIS has new mapping system
The Carbon County Geographical Information Systems (GIS) department is an often- overlooked facet of county government. The staff at GIS undertakes more tasks than simply mapping out the county. They also assist with numerous aspects of the plann...
Huntington woman charged with misuse of public money
The Emery County attorney's office has filed an information in the Seventh District Court charging Kaylene Pearson of Huntington, with misuse of public money, a third degree felony, and forgery, another third degree felony. ...
Girls organization cleans up Wellington cat farm
Members of Bethel 3 of Price, International Order of Job's Daughters, help clean weeds from the Animal Shelter's cat farm in Wellington over the weekend. The girls and adults removed about 8 trailer and truckloads of grass and weeds....
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