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Published May 17, 2011

Carbon County News

Schools move to cash in on low bond rate


Lower available interest rates will have a positive impact on local pocketbooks due to recent action taken by the Carbon District School Board. During their May session, the board made final approval of the issuance of up to $2 million of general obl...

SEUALG switches executive directors in quick turnaround


Mike McCandless had no time to add any personal touches to his office at the Southeastern Utah Association of Local Governments.

'Flowerteers' needed


The No Grave Unadorned project for Memorial Day in Carbon and Emery Counties is moving along well. The flower count is jumping by leaps and bounds daily and starting on Saturday the counties volunteers will begin putting the flowers on graves in prep...

Flipping for 'Rule the Rocks'



'Glyphs and garb at museum kids' day


young people try their hands at an old art form during the USU Eastern Prehistoric Museum's Family Activity Day Saturday. The US Forest Service brought in specially-made sandpaper and wooden styli to let children design their own petroglyphs. The eve...

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