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Published August 10, 2010

Carbon County News

School superintendent arrested


George Park, who recently took over the reins of running Carbon School District from Patsy Bueno in May, was arrested on Friday morning as he returned to the Carbon District office from a meeting at the district bus garage....

Helper police nab 3 suspected of passing counterfeit $50 bills


A routine response to a citizen tip in Helper Wednesday led to the arrest of three persons from Salt Lake County for allegedly passing counterfeit money. But it wasn't the "funny money" that originally put them behind bars at the Carbon County Ja...

Outage stops Wellington economy


Scores of 'Sorry No Power' signs went up on store fronts and gas pumps across Wellington Monday afternoon as a power outage plunged the interiors of area homes and businesses into darkness. Wellington City offices, also without power, closed for ...

If water plants close, how long can supply last?


Should Price City encounter a problem with contaminated water or a shortage of water, the city is ready in the event a problem arises.

Miss Carbon County chosen on Saturday evening


Saturday night Lydia Jeppson was chosen as Miss Carbon County for 2010-11 during the pageant at the Carbon County Fairgrounds. Chosen as first attendant was KayLee Davis (who was also the People's Choice Award) and Shala Pitchforth as second atte...

Far West Bank holds annual barbeque for Price community


The sizzle of steaks cooking on the grill, a warm and sunny day and plenty of people with empty stomachs waiting for a delicious lunch. All of these elements came together as Far West Bank held it's annual customer appreciation day street barbequ...

Old USU/CEU concrete library steps get the axe


Workers break up old concrete steps that were showing their 1968 rebar a little too much for facility manager's liking last week. The steps have been removed, and are now being reset and repoured in a more diagonal direction during this next week...

Sheriff's Association scholarships presented


Carbon County Sheriff James Cordova presents Brittany Stefanoff with a check for $1,000 last Thursday which will go towards her education at Utah State University College of Eastern Utah this fall. The sheriff also presented checks for the same a...

Tourism grants awarded


The Carbon County Commission on Wednesday approved about $30,000 worth of grants from the restaurant tax fund for tourism promotion. Approved for funding were:

Hatch bill would give tax credits for clean coal


Sens. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) and Kent Conrad (D-N.D.) have introduced bipartisan legislation to encourage innovation and investment in energy from clean coal sources. Sen Hatch said the Coal Energy Bridge Act of 2010 would expand the use of clean c...

For the health of it: Back to school


As the summer winds down it's time to get the kids ready to go back to school. To ensure that your children have a safe and healthy school year, start by following these simple guidelines....

Teaching Children School Bus Safety


If your children take the school bus, it is your responsibility to teach them proper safety habits. After all, taking a school bus can have certain risks.

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