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Published April 13, 2010

Carbon County News

A chance to support West Virginia in their time of need


The Sun Advocate and the Emery County Progress are sponsoring a "Our Thoughts are With You" day in support of the West Virginia miners who died last week. Residents can sign a roll in support, give their thoughts and make donations, which will be...

Skater Boyz


It's the end of spring break for most local school kids, so the Price Skate Park had a few more participants than usual on Sunday, April 11. Young men utilized skateboards, bicycles and rollerblades to pick up some cheap thrills. Very cheap, as i...

Giving them a break


Instead of spending spring break at the beach enjoying fun in the sun, CEU students with the SUN Center spent their time working up a sweat while providing help to people in need....

The ladies take charge


The College of Eastern Utah hosted the 2010 Women's Conference at the Jennifer Leavitt Student Center on Friday, April 9. This year's theme, "Happy Un-Birthday," was chosen to remind everyone that today is a time to celebrate a new you. The morni...

Potential USU-CEU chancellor visits


Cory L. Duckworth is one of two finalists competing for the position of chancellor at the-soon-to-be campus of Utah State University College of Eastern Utah.

Cleaning out your medicine cabinet


Carbon County families will have an opportunity to drop off their unused prescription and over-the-counter drugs at "Clean Out Your Medicine Cabinet" community medication take-back event at a local location on April 24 or Earth Day as it is known...

USDA announces water conservation assistance


The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) Chief Dave White announced recently the availability of $61.2 million in financial assistance funding for Agricultural Water Enhancement Program (AWEP) projects. This funding will help producers c...

Scofield looking for elusive toilet


SCOFIELD - Not exactly flushed with success, after trying on "numerous occasions to find a location" for a restroom on the south end of the Scofield Reservoir, an advocate for the Scofield Water Quality Committee (SWQC) made a plaintive appeal ...

Saving the sage-grouse


Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack recently announced a new initiative to protect sage-grouse populations and habitat in 11 western states, including Utah, using two popular U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) conservation programs - Environment...

Piano group lauds students


The Emery/Carbon Piano Teachers Association held its annual piano festival at CEU on March 13. There were 81 students who participated. Each student is adjudicated in five areas: performance, technique, sight reading, theory, and listening. ...

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