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Published February 2, 2010

Carbon County News

Misunderstood policy causes city concern


In a surprise letter to the Price city council, Carbon County informed the city that it can no longer have trucks over one ton dump at the county land fill.

Dueling pianos come to Carbon County


Two men,and two pianos were at the Greenwell Inn Convention Center, rocking the crowd with their sing-along, clap-along and dance-along dueling piano act. Dueling pianists Jordan Stoneman and Kendrick Zane, from Salt Lake City, brought their trav...

Carbon District stimulus fund money largely for deficit fill in


The Carbon School District has received one of the largest stimulus packages in Carbon County. However, unlike most stimulus recipients, the district did not apply for the money. Instead, the district received it based primarily on student popula...

East Carbon specifies CIB priority list for water treatment, sewer lines


Although relatively few issues were brought before the East Carbon City Council on Jan. 26, the council made a few decisions that may affect the city's future. A Community Impact Board (CIB) funding priority list was addressed, as the council pla...

Shopping cart consternation


Everyone has done it. And nearly everyone is at fault at some time or another.

Search for one person yields three arrests in Helper


On Jan. 19, Helper Police responded to an assist call from Adult Probation and Parole. AP&P had received a tip that a fugitive named Casey Murphy was possibly hiding in a Helper residence. Murphy was currently on parole and had a board of pardon'...

BLM taking comments on Lila Canyon mine enviromental process


The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) - Price Field Office announces a 30-day public comment period for the Lila Canyon Power Line and Communication Line Environmental Assessment (EA). The comment period begins on Feb. 1, 2010, and concludes on Mar...

Sterling scholars give to Red Cross for Haiti


Samantha Olson, general sterling scholar and Shaylee Donathan, math sterling scholar, presents a check to the American Red Cross. Accepting the $500 check is John Stone American Red Cross mass care chairman from the Mountain Valley Chapter in Pro...

Dinosaur Tire has long history in the local area


It began as a service station on the corner of First East and Main in Price. It was the building with the landmark neon lit moving dinosaur of the rooftop. Walt Axelgard started Dinosaur Super Service in 1947, after returning home from World War ...

CEU Theater Department to perform '1776'


Exactly one month from when rehearsals began, College of Eastern Utah's Theatre Department opens its production of "1776" with a mixture of students, faculty, staff and community members. ...

Eldon Miller comes full circle after a long career


Sitting at the Balance Rock Cafe, sipping hot chocolate, Eldon Miller flipped through pages of one of his many binders of photos and mementoes of the past that he has compiled through the years. The one he brought along that day was filled with ...

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