|Published March 18, 2010|
Carbon County News
Price water works continue
Over the last month, chances are drivers have run across those familiar orange construction signs notifying residents that work is being done. But the work is more than just orange signs sitting on the street....
Calling them "future Sterling Scholars and future leaders of the country," Price Mayor Joe Piccolo, along with his wife, Barbara, honored five students at Castle Heights Elementary School on Tuesday, March 16....
Eagles golden in opener; beat Platte, earn Elite Eight slot
CEU freshman forward Michael Glover drives against North Iowa in the SWAC title game on March 6. He scored 28 points against North Platte (Neb.) on Tuesday, March 16 in the opener of the 2010 NJCAA tournament in Hutchinson, Kan. as the Eagles won...
A little off the top ...
Rod Player, of Cleveland (Utah), sits patiently as barber Donnie Leoard, of Atwoods Barber Shop, puts on the finishing touches. The shop, located at 127 E. 100 N., in Price, is family-owned, with three generations of trimmers in its history. Curr...
Snow level not what it needs to be
While most residents of Carbon County don't think winter could end soon enough, many water officials wish it would last longer.
Regional spelling bee competition yields winners
Eli Beck, an eighth grader from Albert R. Lyman Middle School in Blanding is the 2010 Regional Spelling Bee Winner.
'32 newspaper merger changes Carbon County
The history of Carbon County, and the recording of it, changed greatly on Dec. 8, 1932.
Sunnyside in a 'daze'
Community Daze, an annual event shared between Sunnyside and East Carbon, was a major topic of discussion at the Sunnyside City Council meeting Tuesday night.
Quarry will soon open for season
On March 26 the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Utah Price Field Office will open the Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry for the season.
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