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Published February 4, 2010

Carbon County News

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A represenative of the champions came to Price on Tuesday and they brought with them all the hype and glory that a winning team can have.

Price faces budget cuts

During the next year, Price City will make several budget cuts, as the city has been subjected to a nearly 24 percent sales tax decline from the previous year.

Arch announces smaller profits, production

Arch Coal Inc. reported last week that fourth-quarter profit dropped sharply as the coal market softens during a weak economy and reports that climate legislation could take some of the zing out of the black minerals low cost energy production....

Snowplow misses its mark near Old Wellington Road

During a blinding snowstorm last week, a Carbon County snowplow made a turn from Highway 6 onto 2000 E. and a drop-off on the side of the road caused the truck to roll over on its side, spilling its sand into the field nearby. White outs and dark...

Haiti on SUN Center volunteer's minds

SUN Center leader Natte Thomas could not sleep at night after hearing about the Haiti tragedy. She was up all night for several nights when she decided that she had to do something to help. ...

Congressional fight on CUP set future Gooseberry disputes in motion

In February 1955, it appeared Gooseberry dam would be built in short order.

Castleview Hospital employee to volunteer in India

Suzi Eaquinto, Director of surgical services at Castle View Hospital, smiles about her upcoming mission. As a volunteer for Operation Smile, Eaquinto will be going to Guwahati, India on a medical mission, offering her time and expertise to help t...

Spring Fest this weekend at CEU

Got a wedding, prom or special event planned? Be sure to attend College of Eastern Utah's annual Holiday Spring Fest on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 5-6 in the Jennifer Leavitt Student Center....

Frosty branches greet residents this week

Recent storms and fog have contributed to turning trees into delicate icecicles in the local area.

Survey reveals student behavior trends in Carbon

While it's impossible to understand substance abuse entirely schools in Carbon County have been part of an effort to at lease further document its trends. Since 2005 the Student Health and Risk Prevention (SHARP) survey has been conducted. The su...

Mesquite winter getaway

Nick Tatton from Price hits his second shot on a long par five in the practice round at the Casablanca Golf Course in Mesquite, Nev. The annual Carbon Country Club winter getaway is in it's 19th year. Tom King, the head golf professional at Carbo...

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