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Published March 10, 2011

Carbon County News

Capitol rally urges veto, governor signs HB 477


What is probably the most controversial bill that went through the legislature this year was signed by Utah Governor Gary Herbert on Tuesday night, despite a large rally at the capitol building earlier in the day by citizen advocate groups that asked...

Discussion over, ECC sells property for development


After much discussion over the past few months, the East Carbon City council sold city property to interested buyers during the city council meeting on Tuesday night.

Fairgrounds fishing, irrigation project gets on the fast track


The first phase of the planned multiple-use irrigation/urban fishery project at the County Fairgrounds is shaping up as a race against time.

Kids get a look at the 'inside story'


Above, USU Eastern pre-med and nursing students Trisha Larson and Kelton Wells display a human brain while (below) kids get a look a beef heart as third grade classes at Castle Heights Elementary get an education beyond the typical elementary curricu...

Sculptor Gary Prazen returns an old favor by creating new statue


The restoration of the statue-less monument in Price City's Pioneer Park is advancing. It should be ready for unveiling this summer during the city's centennial celebration.

Students honor Helper Fire Department


Members of Helper Junior High School's student government, accompanied by teacher Chris Sweeney (right) and principal Tom Montoya (back row) present the Helper Fire Department with a token of their appreciation at last week's city council meeting. Ac...

Monument to fallen vet, warning to motorists


Linda Silvis and Phil Agee stand beside the signs that will be mounted later this year near mile marker 58 on Highway 10 south of Price. That is the place where Ms. Silvis' late husband, Glenn, was killed in a car-motorcycle collision last year. The ...

RTSSD says 'No, thanks' to idea of grazing on Scofield property


A picnic area is a place for apple pies, not cow pies.

'Eat Right with Color' is theme of Nutrition Month


March is National Nutrition month, and this year the American Dietetic Association reminds everyone that an easy way to focus on eating better is to "Eat Right with Color," which is this year's theme. ...

Spelling bee winners ready for regional competition


The Carbon School District held a spelling bee recently for fourth through eighth graders in the auditorium of the district office.

DOGM warns people to stay away from abandoned Utah mines


The death of a 28-year-old man in an abandoned Nevada mine underscores the dangers of exploring abandoned mine workings, according to the Utah Division of Oil, Gas and Mining.

Utah publishing community mourns passing of Martin Conover


Martin William Conover, longtime publisher of the Springville Herald, Mt. Pleasant Pyramid and Eureka Reporter newspapers, died Tuesday, March 8, 2011 after suffering cardiac arrest. He was 75....

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