|Published May 25, 2010|
Carbon County News
Victory: Mother wins children back after long, hard struggle
The serving plate in Misty Mager's kitchen is stacked high with pancakes, awaiting her three children to come in from playing outside. The kids are laughing out in the sun, Misty is smiling, and life looks good. This is what Misty always wanted, ...
Van fire closes Carbonville Road for short time
A fire that started in a van that had been left because it quit running caused some excitement in Carbonville at about 9 a.m. on Saturday morning. Price Fire Fighters and the Carbon County Sheriff's deputies responded to the blaze and had it out ...
Carbon County gets greener, according to recent survey
According to some, Carbon County residents are becoming greener.
Tourists sure to stop at this info booth
Anyone who has ever endured a family road trip understands only too well that every few miles, somebody will have to make a pit stop. This is a marketing opportunity.
Flowers on the grounds
This past weekend the project to place at least one flower on the estimated 25,000 graves in Carbon County began in earnest as groups of people rolled up to various cemeteries and begin the work....
Active Re-Entry to host conference
Carbon County's Active Re-Entry agency will host the 16th Annual Seniors and Caregivers Conference on June 4. The conference deals with the issues of caring for elderly parents....
PRWID awards boiler contract
The Price River Water Improvement District has awarded a contract to Ruggeri Plumbing to replace the aging boiler at its Wellington Waste Water Treatment plant. Ruggeri was low bidder at $33,876....
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