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Published January 26, 2010

Carbon County News

District starts search for new superintendent


The Carbon School Board lost no time after District Superintendent Patsy Bueno's upcoming retirement was announced at the last school board meeting. On Thursday night, they held a special board meeting to start the process of searching for a new ...

Andreini pleads guilty to sex with a minor


Melissa Andreini, 29, pled guilty to unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor, in District Court on Jan. 22. With her plea, the original three charges were dropped and she now faces only a third degree felony. ...

Democratic chili dinner lures state and federal candidates


State Representative Christine Watkins serves chili to people attending a Democratic meet-the-candidates fundraiser which was held January 20 at the Carbon County Fairgrounds Convention Center in Price. Attendees included Carbon County Commission...

County appoints zoning member, funds bookmobile


With two spots on the county planning and zoning commission recently opened, the county commissioners on Jan. 20 approved Tom Paluso, of Spring Glen, and re-approved Artie Campbell to serve on the zoning panel. Paluso has served as chairman of ...

Doug Parsons on Sunnyside's future plans, projects, goals for mayoral term


New Mayor Douglas Parsons hopes that the new ATV trail running through Sunnyside will increase visitors to the city. The trail which passes close to the little league baseball fields is relatively new and he believes it needs increased publicity...

Wrong lane travel causes consternation


A semi truck traveling southbound on Highway 6 crossed into the northbound lanes Friday morning about 8 a.m near Blue Cut. The danger for oncoming traffic was tremendous. The truck reportedly came close to crashing into a Savage coal truck before...

East Carbon budget breakdown


East Carbon City's budget is often a subject of controversy. However with recent revisions and cuts, many questions have arisen as to how and where certain segments of city funding are being spent. ...

Sunnyside denied CIB money


Mayor Doug Parsons went before the CIB board in an attempt to receive funding for improvements on the Sunnyside city hall building. The CIB board declined the project due to size and scope of project with regard to percent of actual city use in t...

AmeriCorps VISTAs raise money


The AmeriCorps VISTA program raises money for the Carbon County Boys and Girls Club on Jan. 18 at Wal-Mart in Price.

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