|Published May 31, 2011|
Carbon County News
There are no graves unadorned
With around 40,000 handmade flowers in their baskets, volunteers in Carbon and Emery counties achieved last week what no other community on record has ever done before.
Hats off to graduates
Mortarboards soar and cheers break out at the end of Carbon HIgh School's graduation ceremony Thursday. Additional photos of the event, as well as coverage of the Lighthouse High School graduation and the Graduation Spectacular are on pages 2A and 3A...
Routine traffic stop uncovers cache of drugs
A routine traffic stop inside the Price city limits led to a significant drug arrest late last week as Price Police Officer Stephen Regruto, in conjunction with the Carbon Metro Drug Task Force, seized a variety of suspected illegal narcotics. ...
Memory of fallen Marine lives on in library books
The epitaph carved into the granite monument in the Price City Cemetery reads, "God Alone Understands."
Price Civic Auditorium undergoing a makeover
The Price City Civic Auditorium is undergoing a bit of a makeover. Instead of applying makeup, an extension to the stage, new carpeting and new stairs and hand railings were the first steps in the process....
Well, his mother thinks he's cute
A current patient at Second Chance Wildlife Rehab is a mature Turkey Vulture that had just migrated back into our area (Emery county) and was hit by something.
County hopes to lasso state school rodeo
In a special meeting on Thursday afternoon, the Carbon County Commission told the group that has been working to bring the state high school rodeo championships to Carbon County that they can submit the bid document they have drafted to the Utah High...
BLM advises caution on Utah rivers
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Utah is advising public land visitors of rapidly changing conditions on several popular rivers throughout Utah, including the Colorado, Dolores, Green, San Rafael and White rivers. In many cases, above average amo...
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