|Published January 5, 2010|
Carbon County News
Taking the oath
The elections of last November generated a new set of leaders in many communities across the county. On Monday, Price swore in their long time Mayor Joe Piccolo one more time, while Helper City had Dean Armstrong, the new mayor of the town, take ...
County adjusts 2009 budget
Almost every year, the Carbon County Commission needs to open the county operating budgets at the end of the year to make some adjustments. Last Tuesday, during the final commission meeting for 2009, they did the same thing....
First baby of the new year in Carbon County
Abigail O'Neil, born to Carli and Brian O'Neil, was the first baby of 2010 in Carbon County. She was born Jan. 1 at 1:43 a.m.
Board of Equalization key to tax disputes in county
The county tax roll has to be completed and turned into the state by May 22 every year. In May 2010, the tax roll will be closed and taxes will be levied according to those figures. Property owners will receive letters with their taxes listed in ...
Eagles released after wildlife rescue cares for them
In late November Debbie Pappas talks with Joe Tryon who holds an eagle that he is about to release in Horse Canyon. Tryon, who has served two tours of duty in Iraq, lauched the year old bird into the sky afterward. Pappas, who heads up Second Cha...
Sixth annual high school art competition at Gallery East
The art faculty at the College of Eastern Utah Art Department is pleased to announce the sixth annual high school art competition, held in Gallery East on the CEU campus. The competition offers students an opportunity to create noteworthy artwork...
Poaching cases plague southeastern Utah
Since early December, three new poaching incidents have come under investigation by Utah Division of Wildlife Resources conservation officers.
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