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Published March 9, 2010

Carbon County News

USU bringing more educational opportunities to eastern/southeastern Utah


With the exception of one house member who said he had philisophical differences with junior colleges being absorbed by four year institutions, the Utah State House of Representatives voted to merge the College of Eastern Utah and Utah State Univ...

Former Helper teacher gets 120 days for sex with minor


In an emotional hearing on Monday, March 8, 7th District Court Judge Douglas B. Thomas sentenced former Helper Junior High School teacher Melissa Andreini to 120 days in the Carbon County jail for one count of unlawful sexual activity with a mino...

BLM to hold info open houses on ecoregional assessments


As part of a broader initiative to systematically develop landscape-level information for public land management, the Bureau of Land Management is initiating ecological assessments and is hosting a series of informational open houses to discuss i...

Stricken plane lands on U.S. 6


A small single-engine plane was forced to make an emergency landing on U.S. 6 near Diamond Fork Canyon Thursday, Mar. 4. According to Utah Highway Patrol Officer Cameron Roden the plane experienced engine problems after fueling in Colorado. ...

Diabetics benefits from hospital talent show


Linda Johnstun's Non-Stop Juniors recently dazzled a full house as they performed a jazz dance for the Castleview Hospital variety show that was held February 24 at the Price Civic Auditorium. This evening of outstanding entertainment included C....

Contamination site discussed with Wellington council


Chris Rohrer with Utah's Division of Natural Resources spoke to Wellington City Council about the proposed clean up plan of the Knight-Ideal Loadout location. Working with the Abandoned Mine Reclamation Program, the collaboration plans to remove ...

Fundraiser aides youth cancer victim


On Saturday, March 6, Job's Daughters Bethel 3 of Price held a benefit soup dinner for ten year old Nathan Gerkin, a Price boy who was diagnosed with bone cancer last year. Nathan had surgery in November and just finished chemo and radiation tre...

Motorists urged to heed caution during project work


Construction continues on the streets of Price as main water and sewer pipes are replaced. Workers are currently focusing on the central area of Price, on 300 N. and 400 E., in 15 to 20 block sections. State and federal monies are funding these p...

Person of the Week: Karin Odendahl


Sometimes finding the right person to teach you leads to you finding your passion in life. For Karin Odendahl that is exactly how she found her love of ceramics and pottery. ...

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