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Published January 7, 2010

Carbon County News

PV plan recommended


In a near-unanimous vote, the county planning and zoning panel decided to recommend the Scofield Pleasant Valley Plan to the Carbon County Commission. The plan, which was amended to allow for more quasi-commercial endeavors than its earlier versi...

CEU students register, start classes


Students could be seen doing last minute registering for classes at the College of Eastern Utah for Spring semester that began on Monday night. The next time a full semester comes around at the campus students may be registering for classes affil...

Easements requested by special service district


After some deliberations, the Recreation Transportation Special Services District (RTSSD) has decided to send a letter requesting easement approvals to the U. S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM). The request is an effort to help move forward the c...

Signatories agree


In one form or another, it has been coming for years, but, to many, it seemed the final agreement would never arrive.

Sunnyside council advised of new duties from mayor


Sunnyside city has sworn in its councilmembers and new mayor Doug Parson then they started the new year by paying a few expenses from the previous one. First the council agreed to bill East Carbon City for 1/3 of the new public safety building's ...

War footing brings new dam to Scofield


The American ships in Pearl Harbor were still smoldering when government officials realized that a shattered Scofield Dam could create a problem for the national defense effort....

Helper mural came from artists talent, government support


Local citizens entering the Helper post office are sure to notice the mural in the lobby of the office over the door to the postmaster's office. The question is often asked of employees of the office: "How did that mural come to be placed in this...

Thawing pipes, burning wood


Rudy Metelko, a Price fire fighter, sprays water underneath a mobile home in Carbonville that caught on fire because of a pipe thawing mishap the day before New Years. A torpedo heater apparently malfunctioned while being used to thaw frozen pipe...

Snowflake frost exemplifies time of year


Carbon County is in the depths of winter as this photo shows. There have been few snow storms which accounts for low snow-water content in the mountains that supply water in the summer. Presently snow levels are between 60-70 percent of normal....

Kid health issues to watch in 2010


Earliest signs of autism identified in babies: With about one in every 150 children being diagnosed with a condition in the "autism spectrum," there's been an upsurge in autism awareness and research. New research, which finds that the earliest s...

Mayors from three towns sworn in Tuesday


Mayors from East Carbon City, Orlando LaFontaine, Wellington, Ben Blackburn, and Sunnyside, Doug Parson are sworn in.

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