|Published November 17, 2009|
Carbon County News
Utah's Clean Air Act awareness
Since 1995, Utah's Indoor Clean Air Act has been a familiar requirement for business owners. But within the last few years, some changes in the act's requirements have occurred. While they haven't happened all at once, they still hold significanc...
Dino Discovery at the CEU Prehistoric Museum draws all ages
Dino Discovery inside the College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum has a lot of activities for the children who visit the museum. Coloring, puzzles and excavating are some of the activities at the play and learning center that all ages can enj...
Commissioner voices opinion on Nine Mile
Of the many controversial sites in Carbon County, Nine Mile Canyon stands on its own. Rich in both culture and natural resources, for a number of years, the area has become a battleground among competing priorities. Recently, it has been the subj...
In terms of making a good investment in society, education often proves to be a strong bet. The well-educated tend to commit fewer crimes, pay more taxes and generally make more money. However, obtaining a good education can be expensive. Financi...
Well known local woman loses life in accident
A crash in Spanish Fork Canyon near Red Narrows took the life of a Price woman on Saturday.
Firewood as a viable source of energy
With the weather turning colder and energy costs relatively high, many homeowners are using firewood as a heating source for their homes.
Managing diabetes over the holidays
For the 24 million people living with diabetes in the United States, traditional holiday fare, increased stress, travel and cold weather can pose some of the greatest challenges to diabetes testing regimens and diet....
Community theater play continues run
The Sound of Music, everyone's favorite musical, continues to come to life on Mont Harmon Junior High's theatre stage. Opening night was Nov. 12 and the show will continue to run starting with Thursday night Nov. 19, 20, 21 and 23. ...
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