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Published December 14, 2010

Carbon County News

Messiah 2010


Greg Benson wields the conductor's baton during the 62nd annual performance of Handel's Messiah. Sunday evening's concert at Carbon High School included almost 100 musicians of the Price Civic Chorale and Orchestra and the CEU Chamber Choir. The ...

Wellington 'reality TV' necessary, but not pretty


Reality TV is coming to Wellington. It'll be high stakes and high suspense and everyone in town is going to be involved, one way or another.

Christmas concert at Zions Bank


Teachers, parents and students of the Castle Valley Center follow the leader as they sing and sign the words to 'Silent Night' at last week's Zions Bank concert. Bank customers got a special musical treat at the annual event. After the traditiona...

Food for flu shots gets 1,500 pounds


A flu shot may be a necessary vaccination. However, for those without insurance, getting the shot was a difficult process. But thanks to a program at the Southeastern Utah District Health Department, shots were available to the public with a bit ...

School board bids farewell to Cordova, will resolve Park situation next session


The Carbon Board of Education bid farewell to one of its members last week, and also issued a statement concerning the status of George Park who was hired last May to be superintendent of schools, but who has been on suspension since August becau...

Radio station's request poses difficult choice for Carbon commissioners


A bucket of hot tar, a basket of feathers and an angry crowd of irate radio listeners are not on commissioner Mike Milovich's wish list. But there's an issue before the commission this month that Milovich warned will stir up some heated, bubbling...

Tough decision at pottery sale


Rick Anderson of Wellington and his daughter Aubrey examine some of the hand-crafted creations at the USU-CEU pottery sale on the Price campus last week. Ceramics instructor Blaine Atwood is on hand to answer any questions. The annual sales event...

Wellington students fill auditorium with carols


Children from Wellington elementary School dazzled a packed auditorium with Christmas music last week. Under the direction of choir instructor Wendy Grant, each grade sang two songs and performed a finale for all....

Don't toy with safety


It's official ....toy season is here! From blocks, bicycles, balls, and board games, to dolls, dump trucks, drum sets, and dress-up, toys for all different ages are everywhere we turn. Toys should be fun, stimulating, developmentally and age appr...

School district opts to hire architect to look at baseball field


The third base area and left field get flooded when there is a storm or sprinklers run.

Against a winter storm


A snowboarder's para-sail adds a bit of color to the drab, stormy sky near Soldier Summit. The snowboarder at the lower left corner of the photo is dwarfed by the mountain landscape. Castle Country weather is expected to be unsettled over the nex...

'I want a Utahraptor and an Allosaurus...'


Kids line up to tell their gift wishes to Santa Claus and one of his helper's Saturday at the USU-CEU Prehistoric Museum's 'Cretaceous Christmas.' Saturday. It's doubtful that anyone asked for fossils under the Christmas tree, though. There are t...

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