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Published April 6, 2010

Carbon County News

Feels like the first time ...


When one enters the Price venue that houses the Benevolent Order of Elks, Lodge #1550 and looks to the left, the site is rather gender-chromatic.

Another Eggstravaganza!


While the City of Price and other surrounding communities held such event two weeks ago, Helper and the Desert Wave Pool (in Price) offered their own versions of "Egg Hunt 2010" with two events held this past weekend (April 2-4). First, on Friday...

Forest Service honors its own


The Manti-La Sal National Forest recently awarded five local residents who have each provided more than 500 hours of volunteer service.

Reaching the top at Pinnacle Canyon Academy


While many school teachers use past positive experiences to go into the field, Mark Stuckenschneider, principal of Pinnacle Canyon Academy in Price, came into the profession because of vastly different reasons....

Good, clean fun ...


David Matsuda along with his employee of 21 years, Rosalie Gutierrez, celebrate the 50th anniversary of Quality Cleaners on Friday, April 2. Quality Cleaners was established in Price on April 1, 1960 by Harold and Helen Matsuda (David's parents)....

Crash on US-6 injures three


SOLDIER SUMMIT - A two car accident on a section of U.S. 6 between the Wasatch County line and Soldier Summit left three people injured, including one in critical condition....

CEU hosts regional career fair


The College of Eastern Utah recently hosted a career fair at the Jennifer Leavitt Student Center. This venue was for employers seeking to hire, community members looking for employment, and others interested in changing careers. Career informatio...

Quilt show hosted at Carbon County Event's Center


Jan Guptill, owner of Mrs. Guppy's Fabrics in Price, was one of several people who showed off quilts at the recent Coal Country Quilt Show on March 19 and 20.

Apples for teacher ...


Apples 4 Teachers recently awarded a teacher from Huntington. Jody Carter is accepting the award from two of the sponsors of this event, Colleen Loveless, from Loveless Ash Co., left, and Jessica Basso-Urruita from KUSA, right. Carter received th...

No water contamination says Barrett Corp after 'minor' leak


WELLINGTON - A gas driller says it has mopped up an oil leak in a creek outside a pipeline compressor station in eastern Utah last week.

Tax withholding tips


It's that time of year again. Young men's fancies turn to thoughts of love, April showers bring May flowers and Americans divide themselves into two groups: those who are expecting tax refunds and have already filed their returns, and those who f...

Special events on conclave agenda


Helper City is working on getting ordinances on the books regarding how to handle special events are to be handled.

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