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Published May 27, 2010

Carbon County News

Deadline nears for Gooseberry comments


The comment period for the recently released supplemental draft environmental impact statement on the Gooseberry Narrows Project is nearly over and Carbon County residents who want to register their feelings about the document have only until nex...

A celebration of flowers


This past week the project to place at least one flower on the estimated 25,000 graves in Carbon County has moved to a new level, both in the making of the flowers and the placing of them on graves....

Museum gets new director


The College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum has a new director.

Tanker rolls near Scofield, driver injured


A diesel fuel tank truck overturned Wednesday afternoon south of Scofield Reservoir, injuring the driver and restricting traffic on SR 96. The driver, whose name was withheld pending notification of next-of-kin, was rushed to Castleview Hospital ...

Pinnacle Mini Relay for Life


Pinnacle Canyon Academy teacher Steve Lasslo bobs around in a cold water tank on Tuesday during a fund raising event for Relay for Life at the school. Other activities also were offered, but this was certainly the most entertaining for students o...

Rolland Jensen enjoys the high life - 9,500 feet


Rolland Jensen recently was recently awarded for his service to the Manti-LaSal National Forest. He logged 560 hours of volunteer work for 2009. Working as a campground host from Ferron Reservoir to Duck Fork, he spent the summer months at th...

Gill net surveys not for the squeamish


There are times when science isn't pretty. One of those times is the semiannual gill net survey conducted by the Division of Wildlife Resources at Utah's fisheries.

Lighthouse attracts statewide interest for progress


As the graduates of the Lighthouse Life and Learning Center received their high school diplomas on May 20, Principal Karlene Bianco saw tears in many of their eyes. No adolescent nonchalance on this special occasion. "They knew they had to work f...

Local business woman rubs shoulders with celebrities


Jerri Timothy, a fitness instructor since 1982 and owner of Fitness World, in Price has always looked up to Jane Fonda as a fitness icon. Recently in a dream come true, Timothy attended the World Fitness Day in Atlanta Ga. at which she not only m...

Luau at the Parkdale Care and Rehab Center


A luau celebration was held at the Parkdale Care and Rehabilitation Center on May 13.

Day at the Posse Grounds


Children from the Castle Valley Center, Pinnacle Nursing and Rehabilitation, and community members were dazzled with a show and exhibition from the Carbon County Sheriff's Posse on May 19. Coordinated through Dee Davis, the show consisted of hors...

Children's Justice Center presented with check


Every year the UMW (United Methodist Women) sponsor the Lenten Lunches during the 6 weeks of Lent. It is held at the Methodist church fellowship hall every Wednesday at 12 p.m. for a lunch of soup and bread. This luncheon was started as an ecumen...

Carbon jobless rate up, but less than neighbors


Compared to other counties in Utah, Carbon County could be worse off when it comes to unemployment.

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