|Published December 30, 2010|
Carbon County News
OUT OF AFRICA: Carbon County's Jeremiah Stettler shares his memories of humanitarian efforts in Uganda
Jeremiah Stettler did not consider himself rich, neither as a reporter for the Sun Advocate years ago, nor as a reporter for The Salt Lake Tribune now. That was before he spent two weeks in Uganda earlier this month. His modest lifestyle now seem...
'Winter is icumen in...'
Trace Johnson does a good deed for his neighborhood Wednesday morning as he uses his four-wheeler to plow snow from sidewalks. The winter storm came earlier than expected, causing motorists to skid off highways and get stuck in driveways. Brace ...
Applause for job well done
Retiring County Assessor Nancy Ferderber accepts a handshake from Commissioner Bill Krompel and applause from his colleagues as she receives a plaque in recognition of her many years of public service. She served 18 years as elected assessor and ...
Being a role model is better than baseball, Jason Johnson claims
Jason Johnson was like any other child growing up. He wanted to be a professional athlete playing the sport he loved the most, baseball. But everything in his life changed when at the age of 11 he was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes....
Love for cats drives young girl to help out
Madison Aguayo, 7, found a way to help out feral cats in time for Christmas. For her seventh birthday party, Madison didn't want people to bring gifts for her. Instead she requested that people attending the party to bring cans of cat food which ...
Goodbye to KODJ, KRSP? County could drop SL stations in favor of local KASL, KOAL
Here's the deal, as proposed by Tony Basso:
Lots of appointments await new commission in January
The county commission on Tuesday tabled one more list of board appointees for the same reason several other appointments were postponed at the last session.
CONSOL mine closes
CONSOL Energy Inc. closed down its Emery County mining operations completely on Dec. 17.
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