|Published March 4, 2010|
Carbon County News
Show must go on
Carbon High School's drama department sure picked a fine time to put on one of the most difficult plays in the English lexicon, Cyrano de Bergerac. It's as Shakespeare as a play can get - without actually being written by Shakespeare....
Willson gets four months
Paul Willson, a 23-year-old from Sandy, was sentenced to four months in Carbon County Jail after his involvement in the death of Johnathan Tobey, age 20, stemming from an incident on Aug. 8, 2009....
Students blast off to far reaches of the universe
In these dark and depressed economic times using creative financial calisthenics is sometimes necessary and oft-times crucial.
PRWID dodges major bullet with '09 sewer leak settlement
While not actually hearing it, one could almost detect a slight sigh of relief from members of the Price River Water Improvement District's Board of Trustees at its regular meeting on Tuesday, March 2....
A young D.A.R.E. graduate from Castle Heights Elementary School glad-hands Price Mayor Joe Piccolo at a special ceremony on Friday, Feb. 26.
Range Creek canyon bottom to U of U
The state of Utah is going to transfer control of Range Creek from the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources (DWR) to the University of Utah sometime next month.
Senior center construction humming along
Construction of the Carbon County Senior Center, right, is proceeding smoothly and is approximately 60 percent completed.
Cooking up food and fun
Pro Start, a culinary cooking class at Carbon High School, above, recently catered a dinner for the Kiwanis Club of Price with an amazing menu of chicken cordon bleu, salmon with creamy basil sauce, garlic potatoes, rice pilaf, sauteed vegetables...
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