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Published July 15, 2010

Carbon County News

Chancellor sees education as a force for change


Joe Peterson is no wild-eyed radical, but the new Chancellor of Utah State University/College of Eastern Utah is committed to a patient and quiet revolution that he hopes will change society for the better. ...

'No tread on me' tires headed out


The pile of old tires at the Carbon County Landfill has reached geologic proportions, visible from space. But it is going away soon.

Museum director meets public


New USU/CEU Prehistoric Museum Director Kenneth Carpenter talks with Price City councilwoman Jeanne McEvoy during a public open house Tuesday afternoon. Carpenter told those attending that he is excited to be in the area and that he has some plan...

Flaps down, landing gear down and locked


A bee is on final approach for landing on a thistle plant in Carbon County over the weekend. The thunder, lightning and rain showers held off long enough for all the scheduled events in the area to take place without a hitch. ...

A ceremony of remembrance and promise


Georgina Nowak (standing, left) and Ruby Hall (standing, center) gather with friends at Cliffview Cemetery beside the monument of Cynthia Owen, a teenager who was killed in a car accident while texting. Ms. Hall, known to many people as RJ the Cl...

Wellington Royalty


Riley Evans, 14, (left) and her sister Hailey, 16, are this year's honorary royalty for the Wellington Mountaineers Annual Rodeo on July 24. They will ride their horses in the parade to honor their grandmother, the late Beverly Hawkins Motte, who...

Price City picnic brings employees and families together


Price City held its annual city picnic at Washington Park on Tuesday for all city employees and their families. Hot dogs and hamburgers, chips, salads and brownies and other food was made available to those who attended. The city was preparing en...

A reunion 50 years in the making...


50 years ago many of them were students together in high school studying, playing sports and just having fun.

Helpful volunteers help residents and visitors in Helper


Rosemarie Star smiles as she works behind the desk. Star is a volunteer at the Western Mining and Railroad Museum, 296 S Main, in Helper, giving helpful information and cheerful greetings to the public as they tour the facility. The Abraham Linco...

Signs of fall in July


Football players from a number of schools have been attending a football camp at USU/CEU this past week. The college green in front of the Reeves Building was one place to see them on Tuesday afternoon....

East Carbon bases decisions on city budget constraints


Keeping a close eye towards a balanced budget in the new fiscal year, the East Carbon City Council is looking to make sure funding is available before approving any motions. ...

Researchers expect decline in Carbon coal production


Coal production from Carbon County mines could decline by as much as 95 percent over the next ten years, and even under the most optimistic conditions it is expected to be about half of current output by 2023. ...

U Health Care ranks among top


SALT LAKE CITY - University of Utah Health Care has been ranked among the nation's top health care providers in U.S. News & World Report for 2010-11. The 21st annual survey of America's Best Hospitals marks University of Utah Health Care's 17th a...

People have asked, 'What's a chancellor?'


The title of chancellor today connotes a position of prestige and high responsibility. But the word has humble origins.

Watercraft safety tips


Many Utah residents are heading for the nearest lake or dam to beat the summer heat. Whether you own some type of watercraft, rent one or are going along for the ride, keep safety and courtesy in mind. Consider these tips....

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