|Published March 2, 2010|
Carbon County News
Despite hard times, or because of them, CEU enrollment rises
The College of Eastern Utah recently experienced record growth amidst huge statewide budget cuts, according to the Utah System of Higher Education.
For the boys and the girls
A dozen or so volunteers teamed up with school officials, community leaders and masses of happy squealing children to hold the first of many fundraisers for the upcoming Boys & Girls Club of Carbon County. The event was held on Friday, Feb. 26 at...
Taking aim at water fun
In an effort to bring as much variety as possible to the general populace which takes advantage of the Desert Wave Pool, an Aquaclimb wall and two water cannons were added to the indoor pool and wave facility, respectively....
Castleland Resource, Conservation and Development issues annual report
The Castleland Resource, Conservation and Development Council (RC&DC) council had a busy year in 2009.
Creative D.A.R.E. kids excel
D.A.R.E. essay winners, l to r, Chloe Teuscher, Cyene Bigalow, Alyssa Vigil, Brayden Jones, Madison Apgar and Sarah Ohlwiler pose with course instructor Officer Brian Judd after graduation ceremonies at Castle Heights Elementary on Friday, Feb. 2...
A big weekend
Valynda Clark celebrates after winning a 2008 Aveo from Tony Basso Auto Sales on Saturday, Feb. 27,
Person of the Week: Zeph Tucker enjoys life, family and fun in Price
Life for Zeph Tucker is good right now. Even with the snow he is thinking about fishing and is hoping to get out and cast a line soon.
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