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Published December 1, 2009

Carbon County News

Bruin Point named one of state's best low income schools

Most schools in Carbon County are classified as Title One, or low income institutions and with such territory comes challenges. But Bruin Point Elementary School in Sunnyside, stands on its own, and not because it has one of the highest poverty l...

Thanksgiving enjoyment in the eyes of the beholder

Josh Warren bites into a big Turkey leg on Thanksgiving afternoon as people all over Carbon County celebrated the holiday in a number of ways. Most had the traditional dinner and gathered with family and friends to enjoy the holiday. Others found...

Black Friday gold

Nationally the trend on Black Friday (the shopping day after Thanksgiving) looked to be all about cash. Some said things were down, others up.

Price city energy incentive

Starting Dec. 1, Price city will give incentives to residential customers, who buy energy efficient appliances and light fixtures.

Ethics reform initiative has support, detractors

For years, many people have taken issue with the way the Utah State Legislature deals with ethical considerations within its ranks. For many, however, the issue isn't how the legislature deals with ethics, but, rather, the idea that they don't se...

Carbon High students bring lots of groceries to food bank

Carbon High School student government officers started their annual food drive on Nov. 9. It has become a tradition to have a competition with Emery High School for total pounds collected. This year the studentbody collected a total of 8,575 pou...

IPAMS says study wrong

The Independent Petroleum Association of Mountain States (IPAMS) today released a detailed analysis of the leases from the December 2008 Utah sale recommended for removal and deferral by the Department of Interior (DOI). The analysis shows DOI ci...

College of Eastern Utah student with a purpose

Diana Phillips, center, is showing Devin Latu and Jessa Adams her hand made knitted hats she has for sale. The proceeds of the sale will benefit the angel tree and families in need. Taking on this project is showing that one person can make a dif...

Environmental award goes to Anadarko

Anadarko Petroleum Corporation announced that it has been awarded the Processing Partner of the Year by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for its efforts to protect the environment and reduce emissions through the voluntary Natural G...

Local student gets scholarship for grades

David Kobe from Carbon High School learned good grades really do pay off.

United Way reports FamilyWize savings

The United Way recently reported that the FamilyWize cards that are being used have saved people a sizable sum of money in the period of August 2009 through September 2009....

Castle Valley Center meets food goal

The students at the Castle Valley Center recently collected food for the food bank The goal was to collect the combined weight of 330 pounds of food, If the students met their goal, principal Mike Keller and teacher Bill Jensen would then give ...

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