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Published December 3, 2009

Carbon County News

Student opinions vary on CEU/USU merger


With the merger between the College of Eastern Utah and Utah State taking shape, many students have been increasingly concerned about what the future holds.

Ranching conservation


Some see it as heaven on Earth. Others see it as a secret hideaway that most people don't know about. But, for Butch and Jeanie Jensen, it is a labor of love.

Archery fun shoot


Chance Norton, Chelsea Wilsen, Megan Rhodes, Alexis Wilberg and Cody Wilberg line up for the United Way community angel tree archery fun shoot at the Carbon County Fairgrounds Events Center on Nov. 21. Each year the list grows with families that ...

Redistricting initiative complicated, devisive


(Editor's note: This is the third 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.) ...

New Wellington mayor wants to take back-to-basics approach


As Wellington's newly elected mayor, Ben Blackburn has many ideas for progressing the city, including a back- to- basics approach that he hopes will bring improvements. One of his main goals is to encourage Wellington's "home town image" by promo...

Messiah concert to take place next week


Carbon County's 61st annual presentation of Handel's Messiah in Price will take place on Sunday and Monday Dec. 6 and 7.

Spencer's Wishes radio-thon pulls in bucks for kids


On Nov. 18 the Spencer's Wishes Foundation in conjunction with Castle Country Radio and the Castle Valley Community raised more than $21,000 to fund the programs the foundation sponsors throughout the year. ...

Miner Christmas ornaments for sale in Helper


Utah Christmas Town committee members Jodi Mascaro, Mark Montoya and Kirk Mascaro, along with local artists Karen Templeton and Lisa Chamberlain finish and polish Christmas ornaments. "These 2009 pre-sale ornaments are one of a limited edition st...

Forest Service may raise senior fees despite passes


The U.S. Forest Service has announced it plans to eliminate the 50 percent discount at National Forest campgrounds that has traditionally been available to holders of lifetime Senior and Access (permanent disability) passes. The change will apply...

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