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Published January 19, 2010

Carbon County News

CEU could make more dollar cuts


While not yet mandated in any kind of law, and two weeks before the legislature begins their regular session, lawmakers are telling colleges throughout the state that they not only need to find more money to take out of their budgets for the pres...

County wide science fair shows off student's ingenuity


Max Morley shows off his airplane during the 2010 Carbon School District science fair. There were over 200 projects, making the event a successful competition.

County struggles with funding to keep detention center open


With tightening state budgets, many programs are at risk of closure. One such program is the juvenile detention center in Price. According to center director, Angie McCourt, although it is unlikely that the entire center will be closed, some of i...

Passing the hat


Outgoing Carbon Chamber of Commerce President Errol Holt hands over a hat that was instituted as a tradional passing of the president's office a few years ago to new Chamber President Wayne Clausing on Thursday night during the chamber's annual ...

Water quality question in Scofield plan


With the Scofield Pleasant Valley Plan going before the county commission for final approval later this year, new development regulations will likely come into effect. However, throughout the approval process, many questions arose concerning the ...

More winter weather


Lauren Wilkinson is covered with snow, showing that despite the warm up at the end of the week and a sunny weekend that winter isn't over. Monday morning residents were greeted by a fresh coat of snow when they got out of bed. The forecast is for...

WETC closes, but mining training will go on at center


The Western Energy Training Center (WETC) first opened in 2005 with $2.7 million in grant money from the Department of Labor. The College of Eastern Utah operated it with the grant money until 2008 when funding ran out. The state legislature then...

Group works with veteran on Eagle release


Joe Tryon, who has served two tours of duty in Iraq, stands with his daughter and women from the American Legion auxilary including Betty Leek, Anice Behunin, Marie Keele, Cleo Koris, and Veloy Wilder. The auxilary worked with Debbie Pappas of Se...

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