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Published February 11, 2010

Carbon County News

Merger bill introduced


Last Friday State Senator David Hinkins (R)(District 27) introduced the bill into the Utah State Senate that everyone at the College of Eastern Utah has been expecting - the one that will basically merge the 72 year old school with Utah State Uni...

State of the City address held at Price Civic Auditorium


Price Mayor Joe Piccolo presents his state of the city address during a program last Friday. Piccolo says the city is a stable vessel in the turbulent waters of tough economic times. He said the town was ready to meet the revenue shortfalls that ...

Wellington fills council vacancy with familiar face


The Wellington City Council had a city council vacancy to fill after councilwoman Paula Noyes resigned her position during a December city council meeting.

Digital foreverness


For those that think they have gotten away with something that has been documented either in photos, in writing or in video within the last 10 years because a good deal of time has passed, they need to think again....

Springfest at CEU a success


The Holiday Spring Fest was held at the College of Eastern Utah on Feb. 5-6. Booths located near downtown businesses were set up for the event which included photography, local flourists, catering, wedding cakes and more. The runway fashion show ...

State water quality reduces citation level


Fines imposed by Utah Division of Water Quality on the Price River Water Improvement District due to the sewage leak last year were not reduced, but the citation will be noted as a Category B violation instead of a major violation.it was noted at...

Curving ice beautiful, dangerous


The warm temperatures during the day at times, combined with strong night freezes and large amounts of snow on roofs, have created some of natures prettiest sites this winter. Ice hanging from a house can be beautiful, but it can be dangerous too...

Man arrested on suspicion of child porn


Helper Police arrested a man at his his home late Thursday night because he is suspected of dealing in child pornography.

CEU program one of best in the nation


For the eighth year in a row, College of Eastern Utah's automotive department was ranked in the top 20 schools named as Best in America, according to Tomorrow's Technician/Chicago Pneumatic School of the Year. ...

TRUTH reaches out to young people


The Utah Department of Health (UDOH) invites youth groups to enter a competition to spread the truth about the dangers of tobacco. As part of the 4th annual Real Noise contest, youth are invited to create a mural, produce a video, put on an event...

Students work toward helping people in earthquake ravaged Haiti


Mrs. Hamilton's class at Castle Heights Elementary school initiated a fundraising drive to help out Haiti after the earthquake. They raised $1,000 in two weeks. The 6th grade book club helped out. They included the likes of Tavery Larsen, Katie W...

Carbon Cooks: Cookies bring Valentine memories


Most of us have fond memories of Valentine's Day and I can honestly say it was my favorite time of year at school. Weeks before the big day I'd start thinking about how I would decorate my Valentine's 'mailbox', which usually consisted of a shoeb...

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