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Published March 30, 2010

Carbon County News

BOR releases SDEIS report on Gooseberry project


This past weekend principals in the fight over whether the Gooseberry Narrows project should move forward got a gift in the mail of sorts.

Scrambled eggs


Easter is a time to celebrate new beginnings with green chutes of grass starting to pop up through the ground and longer days as the sun travels north.

Finalists for CEU chancellor announced


Two finalists have been selected for the chancellor position of the newly formed Utah State University-College of Eastern Utah. They will each make public presentations in early April....

Accident takes Price man's life, cause under investigation


Billy R. Webb, an 87 year old man from Price, was found dead on March 27 in Indian Canyon.

Author of series comes to Price Library


Sarah Clark, of Price, looks over a copy of Crystal Moon: World of Grayham after having it signed by author Phillip E. Jones. Jones, a Utah resident and creator of the Crystal Moon book series, visited the Price Library on March 24 to talk about ...

Green teams works for community recycling


Members of the Education Committee of the Carbon County Green Team presented a module of lesson plans on recycling for each of the local elementary schools to officials from the Carbon County School District and to the Pinnacle Academy Charter Sc...

Down on the farm time for Carbon County school kids


Children from Castle Heights Elementary and Pinnacle Canyon Academy visited the FFA farm on the fairgrounds on March 24. They were given talks by members of the Carbon High School Future Farmers of America (FFA) and were allowed to pet some of th...

Conventions will define number of candidates for state and federal offices


There is no lack of contenders for state and federal positions this spring as the Republican and Democratic parties head into their state conventions in May. In fact the number of people running for the one United States Senate seat and the House...

BLM looking for RAC members


Utah residents interested in the management and conservation of public lands have an opportunity to become directly involved through participation on the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Utah Resource Advisory Council RAC). ...

Person of the Week with Terry Willis: Pool experience wouldn't be the same without flowers


Judy Flowers may be the first face hundreds of kids see each time they go to the Price City pool and most probably don't know her name. But she learns many of theirs, especially as some become regulars to the pool and the classes and programs it ...

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