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Published March 11, 2010

Carbon County News

Rural lawmakers meet to highlight issues


Water, land, education and economic topics discussed at unique forum

Car vs. tree


A single-car accident involving two juveniles took place at 12:05 p.m. at 600 N. 300 E. (next to the Parkdale Care & Rehab Center) on Wednesday, March 10. According to witnesses, the vehicle ran a stop sign and careened out of control into a tree...

Ford tough? PCC at odds over truck bid


Question of loyalty to local businesses causes consternation among council

Charity pie auction raises funds for Ronald McDonald House


Kickin' Country KARB 98.3 conducted a charity pie auction on Wednesday, March 10 at the Price Elks Lodge. The treats were donated by businesses, individuals, elected officials and even Paul Milsap of the Utah Jazz, and auctioned off to raise fund...

Clausing St. Patrick's Grand Marshall


Wayne Clausing has been chosen to represent Carbon County as the honorable Grand Marshall in the 2009 St. Patrick's Day Parade. With his heritage being 50 percent Irish, it would seem to be a perfect choice, but in reality it goes much deeper tha...

Habitat For Humanity gives local residents hopes and housing


Habitat for Humanity has been in Castle Country for 21 years and have built five homes for qualifying families. Habitat houses are built using money donations and volunteer labor according to Irene Everett, a board member for Habitat. ...

A good start for Relay of Life event


The kick-off to the annual Relay For Life event took place at the Price Elks Club on Tuesday, March 9. Speakers at the affair included chairwoman Barbara Piccilo, team development leader Ann Evans, Darla Lee of the Sun Advocate and Joyce Swaner o...

Toone tragedy highlights need for toxin awareness


The unspeakable horror that the Nathan and Brenda Toone family of Layton has gone through recently has shown a white hot spotlight on the need for basic knowledge of poisons and toxins we might come in contact with everyday in and around our home...

USDA to host housing fair


The United States Dept. of Agriculture (USDA) will hold a one-stop housing fair from 4-7 p.m. on Wednesday, March 24 at the Southeastern Utah Association of Local Governments building, 375 S. Carbon Ave....

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