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Published June 17, 2010

Carbon County News

Castle Heights cartographers put themselves on the map

Teacher Diana Wood and her daughter, Melissa Blackburn, did some traveling this week. "We've been in all 50 states in the last 15 hours," laughed Ms. Wood.

Area bikers ride against child abuse

"It's the most thankless, rewarding job I've ever done," says Ted Allen, a big, bearded guy who has just roared into the Kraync Motor lot on his big, shiny motorcycle. He's not talking about his job working on weatherization projects at the South...

Atwood to lead elementary education

Creekview Elementary School Principal Joan Atwood has been named Supervisor of Elementary Education for the Carbon School District.

Pipe bursting in Price

Workers at the corner of 700 East and Main assemble the equipment that will ram through an old sewer line beneath Main St. and replace it with a new one. They will attach the heavy metal nose cone on the right of the photo to the metal cylinder, ...

Price Elks honor Flag Day with ceremony at lodge

Boy Scouts prepare damaged flags for ceremonial retirement as part of the annual Elks Lodge Flag Day observance Monday. The civic organization has a strong commitment to patriotism and community service. In a presentation of the history of all th...

Snow in the Summer?

A sure sign of summer is when kids begin lining up at the snow cone stands, like this Snowie Snow Cone Stand at 1st North in Price. A warming trend is expected over the next few days. ...

Price gets funds for water wells, project planning

Price City was awarded more than $3 million in grants and loans from the Utah Permanent Community Impact Board to develop new water wells and plan other infrastructure improvements....

County developing web events calendar

Event planners and promoters will soon have a new tool to get the word out: a fully-integrated and interactive community calendar on the Internet. The Carbon County Commission approved the expenditure of about $3,900 per year from the restaurant ...

Culture Connection to begin season with performance by country group Haywire

Price City's Culture Connection will kick off the summer season Thursday evening with a performance by Haywire, a local country and rock group. The free concert begins at 7 p.m. In the Peace Gardens on Main St. in front of the CEU Prehistoric Mus...

Law enforcement agencies get briefing on mental health issues

Local law enforcement agencies and members of the community were on hand for a luncheon to raise awareness about mental illness and it's impact on families and in the community....

Sunnyside sewer may need major overhaul

A sewer outfall line located in Sunnyside City is in "rough shape" and a "major overhaul" may be needed to help fix problems associated with it, according to Warren Monroe, a senior construction manager with Jones and DeMille Engineering....

Price man apprehended after police and SERT team surround home in South Price

Carbon County Sheriff's Department arrested a Price man after working with Division of Child and Family Services last week.

Remaining hunting permits go on sale

If you don't have a permit to hunt buck deer in Utah this fall, your next chance to get one begins June 17, 2010. That's when Northern Region rifle and muzzleloader permits that were not taken in this year's big game draw go on sale....

"The Day of the Condor" viewing event on June 19

If you arrive at the right spot in Southern Utah early enough, some of the largest and rarest birds in the world might be soaring directly over your head.

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