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Published July 7, 2011

Carbon County News

Independence Day: Fourth of July weekend in Carbon County


Independence Day celebrations began before the Fourth of July. On Friday, Scofield Town kicked off its traditional Pleasant Valley Days. Vendors filled the park, and crowds lined the street for Saturday's parade. Doris Trease, one of the founders of ...

Jim Robertson to be ECC's parade grand marshal


During this year's Community Daze celebration in East Carbon and Sunnyside, local officials will honor two residents who have been helping the small community to thrive for the better part of a century. ...

Trash fire gets out of control


Price fire fighters douse a small brush fire Monday morning off Airport Road. A man burning trash accidentally touched off the blaze.

Houghton to head state mine safety


Utah Labor Commissioner Sherrie Hayashi has named David (Kent) Houghton of Price as Director of the State's Office of Coal Mine Safety (OCMS). Houghton has been employed in the coal mining industry in Utah for 36 years. ...

Emma Park drilling: Price decides to go deeper in its quest for new ground water


Despite hitting some snags and tough rock formations below the surface, the Price City Council gave a green light to continue drilling efforts in the Emma Park area in the city's quest to find another water source for the future....

PRWID raises fees for water, sewer connections on new construction


There will be a significant hike in what new homes and businesses have to pay to hook up to sewer and water service in Carbon County - but that increase is not as much as it could have been....

Regents approve USU plan to meet workforce needs in Eastern Utah


The Utah State Board of Regents approved an administrative restructuring that creates the School of Applied Sciences, Technology and Education within the College of Agriculture at Utah State University....

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