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Published December 8, 2009

Carbon County News

MOU ready for Regents, public

The task force charged with figuring out details of a merger between the Utah State University system and the College of Eastern Utah released a draft memorandum of understanding last week. It held few surprises for those who have been involved a...

Free movie makes for big hit

Smiles a plenty were at the King Koal Theaters when Re/Max Reality sponsored three free movies on Saturday morning. As a thank you to clients and community alike, ReMax treated everyone to a movie of their choice as a holiday gift. Started by Ton...

Christmas town

To the delight of crowds of kids and adults the Helper Light Parade and fesitivities went smoothly this past weekend.

East Carbon mayor elect gives view of future plans

Elected for another term as mayor, Orlando LaFontaine intends to continue his promotion of East Carbon City, as well as encouraging its overall cleanup and beautification. The mayor also wants to expand on the city in the form of new subdivisions...

Colorado River compact, Gooseberry project, CUP tie together in controversial fabric over the years

Water is an important commodity in Utah, particularly in the arid Eastern region.

County planning, zoning looks to finalize Pleasant Valley Plan

The County Planning and Zoning Board has made some progress on the Pleasant Valley General Plan around Scofield by setting a formal date for it to be recommended to the County Commission. While the plan will be up for recommendation in January, s...

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