|Published November 3, 2009|
Carbon County News
IPAM representatives meet with legislature
The Independent Petroleum Association of Mountain States (IPAMS) met with lawmakers in Salt Lake City last week, stressing the essential role of natural gas to reduce greenhouse gas emissions while addressing economic and security issues. IPAMS m...
The Wizard of Oz during the downtown spooktacular on Oct. 31
Numerous activities were inside and outside businesses on Main Street in Price for the annual event. Kids and parents came out in the hundreds to celebrate Halloween with games, story telling Magic Show and much more. More Halloween photos in Thu...
Food demand reaches record level
In a steady increase, demand at the Price food bank has peaked at its highest level, with over 409 families served during the past month. Previously, the record last year was 300 families served. While donations have held steady, the food bank ha...
MDA hosts "jail and bail"
The event raised money and awareness to help fight Muscular Dystrophy
Price changes location for spray park, denies waiver of business fee
In both Price City and Carbon County, many outsiders notice the lack of public transportation. However, a new taxi service might be in the works. Harry Sturdy, who has been running such a company, appeared before the Price City Council on Oct. 28...
Concert to be given on Nov. 7
The Eastern Utah Wind Symphony, a college-community concert band at College of Eastern Utah, will present its fall concert on Saturday, Nov. 7 at 7:30 p.m. in the CEU Jennifer Leavitt Student Center, located at 500 North and 300 East in Price. ...
Rotary Club's dictionary giveaway
Jim Robertson, president of the East Carbon Rotary Club, visits Holly Hall's Wellington third grade class, and distributes "A Student's Dictionary" to all of the students. The Rotary Club has given a dictionary at no charge to the students of all...
Boys family needs help
Xander Archuleta is a six year old boy that has relapsed with Leukemia four times. He underwent a bone marrow transplant on Oct. 27. He will be staying in Primary Childrens Hospital for 30 days following the transplant and then once he is release...
Winner collects prize money
The winner of the Justice Tax Preparation contests is Laurea Lerma. Here she is with Devon Dunn, Chris Justice, Lisa Gonzales and Mary Meza.
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