|Published February 25, 2010|
Carbon County News
USU research program brings more to table than name change
If things go according to plan, the merger between Utah State University and the College of Eastern Utah, expected to be approved soon by the Utah State Legislature, will bring more than a name change, some new instructors and a number of regular...
DWR discusses wildlife plan with county officials
Two plans concerning habitat management and the intent to acquire right-of-way easements were submitted to the Carbon County Commission at its Feb. 17 meeting by a representative of the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources (DWR). The areas discuss...
Carbon High teachers and students go bald for a cause
The Carbon High school students, faculty and staff continue to support one of their fellow classmates who is fighting cancer. Brook Sherman was diagnosed with cancer last year and her ongoing treatments continue to pile up medical bills for her f...
Art from son of Price
Art Meets History, a Utah Arts Council Traveling Exhibition Program exhibit, will be on view at Gallery East on the College of Eastern Utah campus from March 8 through April 1....
Leaked monument list under fire
What some term an effort to preserve the beauty and integrity of Utah's natural wealth, others call a blatant land grab and oppressive use of federal authority. It's that difference which has propelled Sen. Bob Bennett to introduce legislation to...
Striving to prevent drug and alchohol addiction
Liz Ferguson, Prevention Specialist for Four Corners Mental Health, discusses important topics with Boyd Marsing, right, student body president at Carbon High School, and Jeff Olinger from Work Force Services, concerning the social marketing camp...
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