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Published September 23, 2010

Carbon County News

PRWID proposes $7 million in projects

Mother Nature delivers the rain and snow for free. From then on it is up to the Price River Water Improvement District to purify the water, deliver it across the county, and purify it again when people have flushed it away....

Zap! Biologists put current in the current

There they were, lurking in the shadows, hiding in dark places waiting patiently for victims. Then came the jolt. Two hundred volts of pulsating DC electricity surrounded their bodies, causing instant paralysis. Then they were netted and taken in...

Toxic plant could spread in county, board advises

The Carbon County Weed Board is warning residents of a potential poisonous weed problem.

A sure sign of autumn

Price City maintenance workers secure the metal door to the wave pool dome to the deck Wednesday morning. The inflatable plastic dome lies spread out over the pool in the background....

Fall colors decorate top of canyon

Leaves have begun to turn color in the high country. This view near the top of Huntington Canyon shows the view that awaits drivers who want to cruise the Energy Loop, which runs from Huntington to Skyline Drive and back down the hill through Sco...

What is wrong with this picture?

What's wrong with this picture is that nobody knows who the players are. This is the 1952 Helper Mercantile little league team posing on the old Pony League ball field. The manager is believed to be Tony Hribar. Sam Chiara, who brought the pictur...

Pocket change helps Children's Justice Center

Hundreds of "Mason Jars" were distributed in local businesses throughout Carbon County with all proceeds to benefit the Children's Justice Center.

Sunnyside sewer may be put on hold

A major overhaul to a sewer outfall line in Sunnyside City, while considered very necessary, may be put on hold until November when the city can have its case heard before the Community Impact Board....

Coffee Pot fire creates local haze, forces road closures

Dry and windy "Red Flag" conditions last weekend caused the Coffee Pot Fire near Indianola, Sanpete County, to increase in size to 690 acres by Tuesday. This has prompted fire officials to issue additional road and trail closures to ensure publi...

Castle Country residents travel to support NAMI

Members of the National Alliance on Mental Illness group in Castle Country took part in a NAMIWalk on Saturday Sept. 18 to help raise money and awareness about mental health issues....

Price residents help raise money for Cancer Society

Fifty people from Price City traveled to Sandy last Saturday to attend a Real Salt Lake soccer game helping raise money for the American Cancer Society.

HHS releases $751,000 in emergency funding to Utah for energy assistance

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius today announced the release of $751,625 in emergency contingency funding to help eligible low-income homeowners and renters meet their home energy needs in Utah. These Low-I...

Arch Coal Teacher Achievement Awards Program Offers Opportunity for 'Self Evaluation,' says Price Educator

PRICE - Just a few months ago, Karen Bedont, who teaches at the Lighthouse Life and Learning Center, was one of five teachers to receive an Arch Coal Teacher Achievement Award. She says it was the successful culmination of a process of self-refle...

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