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Published January 20, 2011

Carbon County News

Skyler Jensen's very good shot

January has been a month of historic firsts for Skyler Jensen of Sunnyside: first time on an airplane, first time he shot a 12-point buck, first time he was stranded in an airport for 13 hours, first time he was ever taped for network TV broadcas...

UtahAmerican plans to move Grassy Trail lake

If a project talked about in recent weeks is green-lighted, Grassy Trail Reservoir may be replaced by a newer reservoir.

Doing their part to help others

Wellington Elementary students Karson Root (left), Clarissa Noyes and Graydee Noyes stand beside some of the bags of clothes collected during the Carbon County RSVP and Volunteer Center clothing drive. About 7,000 donated items have been collecte...

Watkins wants October for Utah Italians permanently

Last year, Rep. Christine Watkins (D-Price) and Sen. David Hinkins (R-Emery), got their colleagues at the Utah Legislature to declare October, 2010 as "Italian-American Heritage Month" across the state....

Taxes on burgers and beds add up; How should the county invest revenue?

Travelers who stay in Carbon County motels and people who dine in its restaurants pay a little extra when they settle the tab. Motel guests pay a transient room tax, diners fork over an extra 1 percent for the restaurant tax....

Sunnyside puts new fire truck on wish list

Rewired turn signals, non-working brake lights and a possible mouse nest inside one of the compartments are just some of the current problems facing Sunnyside's firetruck.

Gallery East hosts student art exhibit

The USU-College of Eastern Utah Art Department is hosting the Seventh Annual High School Art Competition at Gallery East on the US-CEU campus. The competition is a venue for high-school-age students in Utah to create and exhibit art work that wi...

Paying for school lunch different today

Nathan Fausett and Justin Ward pay for their school lunch at Carbon High with their student ID's last week. For those who no longer have kids in school, using an ID instead of lunch tickets or going off a written list seems strange. Who knows, so...

Skyline Co-op meeting to be held

The Skyline CWMA will hold its Annual Meeting on Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011 at 10:00 a.m. at the Price Ambulance building, 1550 East Airport Rd. Price, UT.

Carbon School District honors science fair

The science fair awarded many students for their hard work included those pictured here who received awards for the most outstanding project.

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