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Published August 17, 2010

Carbon County News

Fishin' for fun at County Fair


Youngsters try their luck at the Division of Wildlife Resources Fishing Pond during the Carbon County Fair Friday. The popular pond was one of many features and events at the fair. Live entertainment, arts and crafts, and livestock drew hundreds ...

Mine bankruptcy 'aftershock' hits local companies


Like the aftershocks following an earthquake, repercussions of a 2008 Emery County mine bankruptcy are sending financial tremors through scores of Castle Country businesses....

Forty-year-old murder investigation reopened


When Carbon County Detective David Brewer heard a couple of years ago about the unsolved murder of a friend's mother that occurred in 1970, it ate at him. How could such a thing happen and the perpetrator not be caught?...

Price alley green space raises concerns about rights of way


An alley in Price city is at the heart of an issue and the final outcome could have effects on other alleys throughout the city.

Not your basic chamber lunch


Rock star and health care administrator Al Shakespaere provides and earful of tunes while the view from the Tavaputs Ranch provides an eyeful of scenery for chamber members and guests at a memorable luncheon Saturday. Butch and Jeanie Jensen host...

Board appoints new principal for Creekview Elementary


The Carbon School District Board of Education appointed Tooele resident John Thomas to be principal of Creekview Elementary last Wednesday night during its regularly scheduled meeting. But what was to be the big news of the night was overshadowed...

Pink Ladies donate $10,000 to CEU-USU nursing


Castleview Hospital Pink Ladies President Kenna Mutz presents a $10,000 check to to CEU-USU Chancellor Joe Peterson. College Nursing Director Kimball Johnson, fund drive chair Luane Wilson and assistant chair Bonnie Johnson are also at the ceremo...

Tavaputs Ranch serves as model for range conservation


Butch Jensen admits he didn't know much about the criteria for judging when his Tavaputs Ranch won the prestigious Utah Leopold Conservation Award last year.

Rocky Mountain Power gets high marks


Large industrial customers of Rocky Mountain Power, an operating utility of MidAmerican Energy Holdings Company, continue to rate the company among the top utilities in the nation for overall customer satisfaction, according to TQS Research....

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