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Published February 23, 2010

Carbon County News

Business conference all about small companies


Senator Bob Bennett (R-Utah) encouraged hundreds of small business owners and entrepreneurs in Utah to stay positive about the economy as he kicked off his ninth annual Rural Business Conference in Price where the focus was on job creation and ec...

FBLA chapter promotes subdivision as project


There are people today who think that kids who are presently in high school are a lost generation, absorbed by pop culture, iTunes and video games on the Internet.

Golden Eagle released


A Golden Eagle was released back into the wild after a couple weeks of rehabilitation in the Second Chance Wildlife Rehibilator program, under the direction of Debbie Pappas. Second Chance Wildlife volunteers, and Connie Waddell, sub-permittee m...

Library big on authors


March will be author month at the Price City Library, and the staff is looking forward what will be going on.

Commission mulls over limiting landfill use for some uses


A stricter form of regulation may apply to the Carbon County landfill, if commissioners have their way. An ordinance was proposed at the Feb. 17 meeting to limit the types and amounts of solid waste that may be disposed of at the venue....

Space heater use study shows high rate of fires


While only 32 percent of home heating fires involve space heaters, they are involved in 79 percent of home heating fire deaths, according to the new report Home Fires Involving Heating Equipment released today by the National Fire Protection Asso...

Senatorial Candidate Bridgewater comes to town


Whether it was a coincidence or not Tim Bridgewater brought his "Take Back Our Country" tour and his challenge to incumbent senator Bob Bennett to Price on Thursday afternoon. He is seen here meeting with a group of supporters at Price City Hall ...

Fish and Wildlife Service makes firearm rules change


The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced that effective Feb. 22, 2010, the rules governing possession of firearms on National Wildlife Refuges will change as a result of legislation enacted by Congress. After this date, the law allows an indi...

Simply Ballroom comes to Eastern Utah


Southern Utah University Ballroom Dance Company was crowned the winner after they competed three months ago in Columbus, Ohio at the Columbus Convention Center as one of the top 50 university ballroom dance programs in the nation. The 23rd annual...

CEU All-American athlete Kris Hill to be honored during tournament


Kris Hill, College of Eastern Utah's All-American from the 1990-92 teams, will be honored during the Scenic West Athletic Tournament held at the Bunnell-Dmitrich Athletic Center on March 4-6 in Price. ...

Sun Advocate person of the week: Reddington succeeded by making son priority


For the owner of the Pin Cushion store in Price, there is no place like Carbon County to call home. But it wasn't always that way.

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