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Published February 9, 2010

Carbon County News

Commission continues to fund activities, events in local area

County commissioners have approved restaurant tax funding for several programs and events that are intended to bring more people into the area.

Court says Sharp not competent at present time

Peter Simon Sharp appeared in court on Feb. 2, before Judge George M. Harmond. Sharp has been held in the Emery County Detention Center since Oct. 21, 2009 in connection with the shooting death of his parents, William and Charmaine Sharp in Castl...

Come doesn't hurt that much, does it?

article goes hereEldon Miller goes through a blood withdrawal by Castleview Hospital lab employee Helen Morgan during Cardiac Health Day. The purpose of the test was to test his blood for cholestrol, triglycerides, HDL, LDL and VLDL risk factors....

Sledding the day away

Studies about other places can lead to some interesting activities. Just ask some Carbon High School kids who have been studying Alaska and the traditions of the northland....

Readiness check part of Red Cross mission

Justin Nelson, fleet manager, and John Stone, mass care chairman, for the American Red Cross Mountain Valley Chapter, were recently in Carbon County inspecting and making sure the current disaster trailer inventory is up to date. These trailers, ...

SUWA money not wanted for funding

Emery County Commission Chairman Gary Kofford says a decision has been made not to accept an offer by Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance (SUWA) to help finance a public lands planning facilitator position. ...

Haiti fundraiser meets with great success

Students assemble Haiti relief kits on Friday at the College of Eastern Utah Jennifer Leavitt Student Center.

Snow: Friend and foe to woody plants

"Snow is both friend and foe to trees and shrubs," says Tchukki Andersen, staff arborist with the Tree Care Industry Association. "Snow causes its share of damage, as we all know, but in many cases it also protects plants and their roots against ...

Avoiding fraud when donating to charities

On Jan. 14, the Federal Trade Commission issued a warning to consumers donating to the tragedy in Haiti. The FTC cautions to choose carefully when considering urgent appeals for aid in the news, online, at social networking sites and through thi...

Person of the Week: Kellie Criswell gets around town as leader of pack

Kellie Criswell sees herself as the leader of the pack. And she is, to a band of individuals here in Carbon County who need to use a scooter as their main method of transportation to get around town. As one of the first Price residents to use a s...

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