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Published November 25, 2009

Carbon County News

Initiatives to be part of next political year


Editor's note: This is the first of three articles dealing with the initiative process in Utah and examining the pros and cons of petitions presently being circulated to put initiatives on the 2010 general election ballot in Utah.) ...

Bountiful thanks


In many ways it is hard to measure the harvest of an area. Counting agricultural products is not all there is to it. Neither is worker productivity. We can say that our harvest is the cubic feet of gas that's pumped out of wells or the tonnage of...

Helper concerned about green power


Construction on the new Avalon house in Helper is progressing. Although the city has been in support of the project thus far, a new issue has arisen regarding the building's power supply. As part of the project, the La Porte Group, the company in...

Pottery sale brings creations to public


Ed Rossi with children Zaharah and Zeke from Price, look at Blaine Atwood's pottery art at the pottery sale at the College of Eastern Utah. The semi annual sale that ran Nov. 19 to 21 is in the ninth year and was timed perfectly for holiday gift ...

Citizen trends, crime in Carbon County


Crime in Carbon County has occurred at an average level, according to the 2008 Utah preliminary report.

CEU Bread and Soup Night takes final bow


Bread and soup night at the College of Eastern Utah comes to a successful finish for 2009. With significant money donated to the food bank since the beginning of this project, the bread and soup night has had great support from the volunteers , C...

Ecoshale trial successful according to company


On Nov. 11, Laura Nelson the vice president of Ecoshale, said the company's pilot project has produced a high quality oil-shale product.

Giving tree helps local kids in foster care


The Utah Foster Care Foundation is asking groups and residents to help brighten the holidays for children in foster care who live in Carbon and Emery Counties. The foundation is partnering with the K-mart to sponsor a Giving Tree. Shoppers can...

News of the 1920s some of county's most important


The story of the history of a newspaper can never be complete without including the news that it carries. The reporters, editors and publishers, whose personal stories can be interesting and can also impact a community, are of little importance w...

Lions Club project completed


Mike Robinson, Paul Cook, Mike Jaime, Barry Cook, Bruce Bryner, Gerald Anderson and Bill Craig stand in front of the newly remodeled Terrace Hills Park Pavilion. Project manager Leonard Miller and Michael Furner are not pictured. The Price Lions ...

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