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Published February 18, 2010

Carbon County News

Board increases water lease cost

On Tuesday the Price River Water Improvement District Board passed a measure (5-0 vote) to raise the price of a leased acre foot of water to $16 from the previous cost of $15. ...

Caught between a rock and well...a hard place

A truck hauling a trackhoe was a little to tall to go under the Highway 6 overpass at the West Price exit a few days ago. The boom of the hoe got stuck and it took officers and tow trucks several hours to get it unstuck....

Lewis sentenced on theft and forgery counts

Former Price City literacy director Paula Lewis was sentenced by Seventh District Court Judge George Harmond on one second degree county of theft and nine counts of third degree forgery on Tuesday....

Olympic fever

The thought of world class skiers swooshing down giant slaloms, bobsledders streaking through runs at 90 MPH or hockey players crashing one another into the boards are as far away from senior assisted care living in Price as the planet Pluto, but...

Books still popular with kids

The chilly weather did not discourage these Castle Heights students from heading to the book mobile for some new reading material.

Want to run? Get ready to file for election

It doesn't seem it was that long ago that an election was held that determined local leadership in communities throughout Carbon County. And now once again it is time to start thinking about the Nov. 2, 2010 election, especially if one want to ru...

Local seamstress makes outfits for Olympians

Local seamstress Diana Root found herself on the edge of international fame recently when she was asked to make outfits for two well known celebrities from recent Olympic games....

RTSSD hears of funding, maintenance issues

Tom King went before the Recreation and Transporation Special Service District board to give an update on the golf course.

Community gives to Locks of Love

The College of Eastern Utah held their first Locks of Love Day on Feb. 12 at the cosmetology department. Those wishing to donate their hair for this great cause visited the CEU for a day of giving and pampering. This day, although not an unusual...

Local youth take to skies with Civil Air Patrol

Two teens experienced the thrill of aviation through orientation flights with the Civil Air Patrol at Carbon County Airport on Saturday.

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