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Published December 10, 2009

Carbon County News

What is a trebuchet?


A trebuchet is a medieval siege weapon that has been out-of-date for centuries. However for the fourth year in a row, about 10 of them took the field just north of the CEU campus in Price. The event was put on by a combination of efforts from the...

Conservancy district says it isn't done until it's done


For the last three years, the federal government has hired contractors to fix the spillway and other attached fixtures at Scofield Reservoir. Now the work is nearly complete....

MOU meeting brings out ideas


On Monday, Dec. 7, the College of Eastern Utah held a meeting to discuss the merger between the Utah State University system and CEU. State regents as well as USU president Stan Albrecht and other administrators were in attendance via video confe...

CEU hosts Christmas craft fair


Kennedi Palacios, age 4, from Price is trying to decide which delicious and brightly decorated candy and carmel apple she would like to purchase. Many enticing foods and crafts were on display for holiday gift giving at the College of Eastern Uta...

East Carbon City discovers overstated municipal budget


East Carbon City has found its budget overstated by around $295,000, and as a result the city council has been forced to trim $365,000 from general funds. The additional money came from a Community Impact Board (CIB) fund, which was intended only...

UDOT, Price City remind residents of snow removal regulations, rules


Some government entities that are responsible for removing snow from highways and public roads are reminding residents this week that snow from private property should be stored on private property and not pushed out on public streets....

Nine Mile Canyon now listed on register


After more than a year and a half of preparation and collaboration, the BLM Utah-submitted multiple property nomination for Nine Mile Canyon was signed by the Keeper of the National Register on Nov. 30, officially adding 63 sites to the National ...

Wilberg Memorial


A Remembrance Memorial for the 25th Anniversary of the Wilberg Mine Disaster will be held on Dec. 19 beginning at the Wilberg Monument at 4 p.m., then proceeding to the Emery High School Auditorium at 5:30 p.m. for the remainder of the services. ...

Man arrested in near standoff with police


Shortly before mid-night on Dec. 7, a family member notified the Price City Police Department that a male subject had reportedly assaulted and threatened a female family member with a loaded shotgun. The individual was reported armed with several...

CEU Bread 'N Soup Nights a success


Breaking the previous record set last year, the College of Eastern Utah's Bread 'N Soup Night donation to the Carbon County Food Bank will be $3,805.00 for this year's activities....

Helper council looks to full time court clerk


With crime on the rise over the past year, Helper City is now in need of a full- time court clerk. Thus, on Dec. 3, the city council approved a measure that will make the current part-time position full time....

Rocky Mountain Power encourages conservation during cold snap


Due to widespread below-freezing weather across much of the Western United States in the last couple of days, electricity demand is very high in the entire region. Rocky Mountain Power is encouraging its customers to begin reducing their electric...

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