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Published May 13, 2010

Carbon County News

Bruin Point expansion? Board picks firm to do it


While it is hard to believe for many that Bruin Point Elementary School has outgrown its current building (which opened in 2007), nonetheless, the growth of the East Carbon/Sunnyside area student population has crowded that building beyond what a...

Fill the Flower Buckets


Buckets. Hundreds of 'em.

Mother's Day planting a hit with kids


Rydge Butler is helped by Richard Hackwell as he puts together a flower pot for his mom at Sutherlands last Saturday. The mothers day pot planting drew a big crowd once again this year as it has in the past....

Personal touch the key to success


There is something to be said for working in a small school in a small town. "It's the personal touch. We get to know our kids very well," says Helper Junior High School Principal Tom Montoya....

Young entrepreneur wins award from SBA


Entrepreneurs come in all shapes and sizes, but maybe they all share something in common: "An impeccable, gut-wrenching feeling of doom."

Carbon High School student awarded Horatio Alger scholarship


Carbon High School student Megan Jayme is among 25 graduating high school seniors in Utah to receive a $5,000 Horatio Alger Scholarship this year, funded by the Rocky Mountain Power Foundation. The Horatio Alger Scholarship is a national college ...

Castleview women's health event proves successful


Castleview Hospital recently hosted a " Women's Health Event" on May 4. The community was invited to attend a special evening to learn more about important women's health issues. ...

Student finds possibilities in foster care


Lacey Henry, a recent college graduate from CEU could be a poster child for ambition and the determination required to better yourself. What makes her story so special is that Henry was in the Utah Foster Care System for four years. ...

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