|Published June 3, 2010|
Carbon County News
A day of honor, remembrance
Surrounded by flowers at Wellington Cemetery, Veterans deliver speeches as the community turns out to honor its veterans and loved ones.
Highway Patrol identifies driver of overturned truck
The driver of the diesel fuel tank truck that overturned on SR 96 near Scofield May 26 has been identified as Joey Birch, 40, of Carbon County. Utah Highway Patrol spokesman Cameron Roden said Tuesday that the investigation of the rollover has no...
What if tanker ruptured? 'We'd be ready,' says Llewelyn
The rollover of a tank truck hauling diesel fuel near the county's principal water supply last week raises a question:
A flood of pillowcases
When the magazine American Patchwork and Quilting issued a challenge to its subscribers to make pillowcases for a worthy community cause, Connie Smith and Jann Guptill got to work. Ms. Smith published flyers and both ladies told all their contact...
Little League bathroom construction underway
Construction of a new bathroom facility for the baseball field in Sunnyside is underway despite some snags along the way.
Shoppers finding bargains at Price library book sale
Jeanette Lloyd is engrossed in reading one of the books she is buying at the annual Friends of the Price Library book sale in the Price City Hall lobby. Hardcover books are on sale for $1 each, with paperbacks even cheaper. The library is also se...
Local law enforcement partners win at competition
The Carbon County Sheriff's Office police service dog, (PSD) Mazzie, brought home third place honors in the K9 narcotics detection event, which took place at the 2010 Utah Peace Officers Association (UPOA) K9 trials competition. ...
Chavez resigns, Dalpiaz to chair Carbon Dems
Carbon County Democratic Party Chairman Ed Chavez Jr. resigned Tuesday night. Vice Chair Bridget Dalpiaz has taken his post.
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