|Published January 12, 2010|
Carbon County News
Pinnacle's accreditation not in jeopardy
Pinnacle Canyon Academy in Price recently appeared on a list outlining academic advised status against 33 of its teachers and administrators. However, as of January, the institution has reduced this number to under 10 and has not lost any accredi...
Skate to the finish
While it is often a standard joke in stand up comedy routines about men having the choice between watching football or ice skating, the sport of gliding over the ice is not a namby pamby sport that many place on it....
H1N1 vaccine now available
The Southeastern Utah District Health Department (SEUDHD) has been working hard to provide H1N1 vaccine to CDC priority groups, with in the limited allotments of vaccine they've received. Now officials say there's enough vaccine to officially sta...
Roads may look clear, but be careful
Highways in the area may look clear of ice, but it can be deceptive. The continual freeze-thaw cycles bring moisture onto the pavement and black ice can form in places where it is least expected. ...
Post war decisions set future for Gooseberry dispute
While it had taken many years to complete the dam, it was finished just in time, because the winters of 1946-48 had extremely heavy snows, and consequently large amounts of moisture. Most who lived during those winters in almost all parts of the ...
Maybe the Grizzlies could use him
While hockey hasn't traditionally been an American sport, particularly in the western United States, more and more youngsters are becoming interested in it as this young man portrays on the ice rink at the fairgrounds on Saturday....
Seat belts are lifesavers
It should be no secret that Utah has laws requiring drivers and passengers in motor vehicles to wear safety restraints. According to state law, all persons are required to wear safety belts at all times. ...
Garbage fees, GRAMA request on commission agenda
In a reverse of an earlier decrease, the East Carbon Development Corporation (ECDC) has increased its tippage fees from $17 per ton back to around $22. This represents an increase of about 50 cents per can. Lower than expected levels of out-of-ar...
2010 census comes to Carbon
Beginning on April 1, the U. S. Census Bureau will start conducting its 2010 census. Although things are quiet at the moment, around 70 to 80 temporary part-time jobs will be created....
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