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Published June 2, 2011

Carbon County News

Memorial Day: County pays tribute to those who built and defended a nation


Monday was a day of remembrance and reflection as Carbon County observed Memorial Day. Flags and flowers adorned cemeteries across the county as friends and a of departed loved ones visited to pay their respects....

New director takes charge at SEUALG


Debbie Hatt has been working out of different offices at the Southeastern Utah Association of Local Governments for about 24 years. A few weeks ago, she moved into a nice one that is right beside the board room. It's the executive director's office....

Barton gets permanent coach job at USU Eastern: Young basketball team ready for next step


Brad Barton will be staying around USU Eastern for a little while longer.

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Carbon School District announces awards for exemplary performance


Image 1: Carbon School District has announced its Extra-Mile Award winners. They are: Clara Jenson, Teacher of the Year; Melissa Hamilton, Administrator of the year; Teri Marquez, Volunteer of the Year; and Karen Snook, Classified Employee of the Ye...

Olympian competition


Pinnacle's Scott Crider veers out in front of a Castle Heights volunteer during the wheelchair race portion of second annual Pinnacle Nursing and Rehabilitation Summer Olympics. The much loved event began on May 23 and continued through May 27 as se...

Mayor declares June 'Relay for Life' month


June has been proclaimed "Price City Relay for Life Month" by Mayor Joe Piccolo. Relay for Life is the signature event of the American Cancer Society. It helps people get well, stay well, find cures and fight back. ...

Thompson wins May Apples for Teachers award


James Thompson, holding the apple trophy, is a teacher at Carbon High School and was the receipient of the Apples for Teachers award for the month of May. He was presented with the award at a special lunch gathering last Friday. ...

Haycock Cemetery gets rededicated on Memorial Day


The Haycock Family Cemetery, which is located Haycock Lane in Spring Glen was rededicated on Memorial Day, May 30, 2011. Thirty family members representing the Haycock, Stowell and Buckley families were in attendance. Many had traveled from Arizona, ...

Desert Thunder Raceway roars into a new season


The roar of race car engines can be heard again off Airport Road at the Desert Thunder Raceway. The track opened its 2011 season last weekend with racers competing in IMCA Modifieds, Southern Sport Mods, Stock Cars, Hobby Stocks, and Sport Compacts a...

Health Department offers advice to avoid spread of cryptosporidia: Simple precautions can prevent repeat of outbreak


The Southeastern Utah District Health Department and the Utah Department of Health Bureau of Epidemiology's surveillance efforts for cryptosporidium have begun.

Utah job count up slightly over last year


Utah's nonfarm wage and salaried job count for April 2011 expanded by 1.6 percent compared to April 2010. This is a 12-month increase of 18,900 jobs, and raises total wage and salary employment to 1,200,400....

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