|Published April 20, 2010|
Carbon County News
Area gearing up for BOR meeting on Gooseberry
Area residents and officials are getting ready to meet the Bureau of Reclamation's Supplemental Draft Environmental Impact Statement (SDEIS) on the construction of a dam on Gooseberry Creek with a large turnout when the federal agency holds a com...
What goes up...Must come down
The cadets of Castle Valley Composite Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol recently attended their first encampment as a new cadet squadron. The "Camp Curry" weekend training participants included cadets from Richfield, Wendover, Provo and Price. The...
Local boy does his best for Mother Earth
There's a Bible verse which reads, in part, " ... and a little child shall lead them." (Isaiah 11:6).
Coldstone Creamery, Castle Country Radio team up for cool Children's Justice Center benefit
CJ McManus, Mallery Dunn and Rachelle Collins of Castle County Radio radio pile on the scoops for people like Bikers Against Child Abuse member Karl Kranyc, who came in to support the Children's Justice Center. The benefit raised $800 in three ho...
CEU pottery sale seems a right of Spring
The College of Eastern Utah art department held their annual pottery sale last week and every student who had anything in the sale sold at least one piece. The first day of the sale (Thursday) brought in $1,500 and by the end of things on Saturda...
School board looks at changes in superintendent's perks
When the new superintendent replaces outgoing school boss Patsy Bueno, there will be some differences in what the district gives as benefits, particularly when it comes to using a district vehicle for personal use....
EC upgrades water plant
Upgrades to the water treatment plant were a main topic of discussion at the East Carbon City Council meeting on April 13 which are entering their final phases and should be completed in mid-May....
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