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Published April 15, 2010

Carbon County News

Made in the Shades

On Tuesday, April 13, Reagan Wynn, left, and Shalece Salazar posed in proper eyewear in an effort to "Shade Out Cancer," as part of the celebration of Castle Heights Elementary School's Cancer Awareness Week (which runs through Friday, April 16)....

News still continued throughout the Great Depression

If there was big news during the 1930s it was the depression. Everywhere anyone went it was a huge topic of conversation.

Dancing with the CEU stars ...

The College of Eastern Utah presents the "Spring Images" April 15-17 beginning at 7:30 p.m. at the Geary Theatre. In collaboration with choreographer Grady McEvoy and artistic director Melissa Anast-Taylor, the dance ensemble will perform a mixtu...

Jumping for joy ...

Castle Heights Elementary School held a jump rope-a-thon to help fight cancer during its Cancer Awareness Week which runs through Friday, April 16. Here, kindergartener Amellia does her best to help the cause....

Outstanding in her field ...

Delores Roberts, accompanied by Staff Sgt. Jared Bertognoli, shows off her award after she was selected as Outstanding Woman of Southeastern Utah at the annual College of Eastern Utah Women's Conference on Friday, April 9. Bertognoli stood in for...

Second chancellor candidate stops by

Dr. Joe Peterson, one of two finalists for the new chancellor position at USU-CEU, came to the Price campus Tuesday, April 13. When describing his reason for entering higher education he stated, "I went into higher education to make a difference....

Town searches for restroom

With the construction of bathrooms near the Little League field still up in the air, the Sunnyside City Council is moving along with a solution to provide services during the season....

Price area snowpack at 67 percent of normal

The Utah SNOTEL Snow/Precipitation Update Report was released to the press at the last meeting of the Price River Water Improvement District (PRWID) meeting held on Tuesday, April 6....

CEU's improv troupe shines

Actors on the Spot is an improvisational comedy troupe that has entertained those attending their shows for about six years now according to the groups leader this year Zak Konakis. ...

Tips on recycling batteries

Consumers on average have 21 battery-operated devices in their homes, but unfortunately, only one in six American households recycles its old batteries.

Person of the Week with Terry Willis: There's more to Richard Jewkes than meets the eyes

If you sit and chat with Richard Jewkes for very long, you forget that he can't see who he is talking to. His intelligence and intensity about what he does makes up for any thing his lack of visual sight leaves behind....

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