|Published November 24, 2009|
Carbon County News
Pinnacle benefits from stimulus funds
The Pinnacle Academy in Price has been the recipient of around $533,000 in federal stimulus funding, and has used the funds to buy equipment and initiate educational programs. Although the money was not given all at once (part of it had to be spe...
Spencer's Wishes fund-raiser
Eastern Utah Community Credit Union recently hosted a fund-raiser for Spencer's Wishes. Phil Roundy with Nancy Thompson accepts donation from Heidi Mecham, as KUSA, The Eagle, Diane Jacquez and Charlie Michaels do a live remote for the event. Pi...
Historic cabin fever
While the communities of Castle Valley have long since entered the 21st century, many forlorn and desolate structures lie beyond the day-to-day boundaries of civilization, and serve as a reminder of a bygone era that helped make the valley what i...
Carbon's city leaders
With city elections over, both Helper and Wellington have new mayors. The changes in administration have led many to wonder what aspects of city operations will be different. While speculation is difficult, Dean Armstrong, newly- elected Helper m...
County to put tax roll online, negotiates gravel deal
Effective immediately, county employees can no longer use Microsoft Messenger on their computers at work. The service, which allows written messages to be sent instantly via computer network, will be taken offline with the commissioner's Nov. 18 ...
Construction makes quite a change in canyon
Not long ago the Tucker Reststop on Highway 6 disappeared to the wrecking ball and now in its place is being the new path for the highway to run. UDOT says the change will make the highway in that area much safer, eliminating a curve which has be...
Activities galore at CEU Prehistoric Museum
The College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum features activities for all ages. At the Dino Discovery center inside the museum, children and adults can participate in coloring, puzzles, excavating, and other activities at the learning center....
Service with a smile
Market Express Friendly Fueler employee Rusty Bridges from Price, cleans windshields and pumps gas with a smile for the customers. Bridges, carrying on the tradition that his father used to do, says it is great for all customers but especially f...
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