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Published January 28, 2010

Carbon County News

Economic hardship, business accumen, affect local enterprise

A look back at 2009 reveals a year of economic hardships. Carbon County's unemployment?reached 7.2 percent, and local sales tax revenues declined sharply. But in terms of new business,?the county as a whole saw no decline in the number of people ...

Police agencies use traffic stop funds

For at least the past seven years, local law enforcement agencies have received state and federal grants to increase and expand police DUI coverage. Much of the money spent is part of a special fund available to law enforcement agencies and most ...

Avalanche danger: Look before you go, backcountry recreators warned

The report one sees on Utah's avalanche danger Web site seem cold, almost as cold as the snow that they are designed to describe.

Wellington commiserates over budget shortfall

The Wellington City council met on Jan. 22 to discuss the city's budget shortfall.

NAMI works to help those with mental illness

Stella Smith has been president of the Castle Country affiliate of NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) for three years now. NAMI Utah's mission is to ensure the dignity and improve the lives of those who live with mental illness and their ...

Bueno says key to success is loving what you do

Superintendent Patsy Bueno has worked in the Carbon School District for 38 years. She has worked her way to the top during her career. With jobs ranging from custodian to principal, the only positions she has never filled in the district are scho...

Betty Martinez relates on a lifetime in Carbon County

Anyone who has wandered into Farlaino's Cafe over the past 25 years has probably been waited on by Betty Martinez, or one of her daughters. She laughs as she says that, even after these many years, many people think......

Chamber celebrates as they install new officers

Once again the Carbon Chamber of Commerce held a successful installation banquet for their officers and were able to give out awards for many achievements in the community. ...

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