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Published September 9, 2010

Carbon County News

Blackburn resigns from Board of Education


Debbie Blackburn, who has been serving as a Carbon School District Board member during some very turbulent times in the area, publicly announced on Wednesday night that she will be resigning from the Board of Education....

Celebrate!


The news hasn't all been good for Carbon School District the last few years. The closure of a high school, a controversial contract non-renewal for a superintendent and then the hiring of a new superintendent only to have controversy swirl around...

Making a connection with the crowd


Singer Jennifer Lopez holds the microphone for young audience members who couldn't resist getting into the act at last Thursday's Culture Connection concert in the Price Peace Gardens. Miss Carbon County Lydia Jeppson also entertained the crowd. ...

ECC museum displays a century of history


The East Carbon Museum doesn't look like much from the outside. Located on a quiet street in East Carbon, the old brick building was formerly an auto repair shop before being converted into a museum. On the inside things are still being adjusted ...

USU/CEU Club Rush


The pathways at Utah State University/College of Eastern Utah campus are filled with activity at Tuesday's 2010 Club Rush. Clubs and organizations set up displays - and offered incentives such as cookies - to attract members for the year ahead....

National Guard's Outreach Flight visits Price


Members of the Utah National Guard's Adjutant General Outreach Flight board a Black Hawk helicopter as they depart Price after a recent visit. The purpose of this flight was to increase awareness of the purpose of the National Guard and its facil...

Volunteer takes long trek for small loans


Jonathon Stalls finally arrived in Price after pushing his handcart across the plains and mountains of America. Sound familiar?

Hot greens and cold greens


From left to right, Tom Solis, John Solis, Salvador Mendoza, customer Jose Lugo and Mario Payon, set up aromatic and delicious roasted green chilis and melons for sale at their roadside stand located near the Los 2 Amigos restaurant, 353 S Hwy 55...

New home for New Life Ministries


New Life Ministries pastor Andrew Lasslo and worship team Terri Lasslo (center) and Cindy Saccomanno tune up and check the acoustics at Helper's Rio Theatre. The church is using the facility for services on Wednesdays and Sundays until its new bu...

Helper City revises tree trimming law


The Helper City Council has repealed part of a four-year-old city ordinance that made homeowners responsible for keeping tree branches out of electrical transmission lines. A new ordinance adopted last Thursday limits property owners' responsibil...

Hobo spider bites may not be so bad


According to Utah State University Cooperative Extension arthropod diagnostician Ryan Davis, the bite of a hobo spider may not cause flesh-eating lesions as once thought.

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