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Published December 27, 2011

Carbon County News

Citizens mistrust PCB proposal


Emotions high, but decision on ECDC permit depends on available data

Museum unveils its new 'official greeter'


Onlookers at the USU Eastern Prehistoric Museum are the first members of the public to view the newly-remounted Utahraptor exhibit at Friday's unveiling. Situated in the lobby between both north and south entries, the raptor will be the first thing v...

Project brings gifts - and smiles - to local seniors


While many children in Castle Country and around the world were eagerly awaiting for Christmas to arrive to open presents and spend time with family, some of the local population received a pleasant surprise a few days before the big day....

Parkdale wins Griswold Award


Parkdale Care Center at 250 E. 600 North in Price was judged the business winner in the city's 9th annual Griswold Holiday Lighting Contest. Staff members hold the award they won. The contest was judged by the Price Community Progress Committee based...

Making a new look for an old killer


While the unveiling of the new Utahraptor exhibit at the USU Eastern Prehistoric Museum took only a few seconds, it took months of patient effort to make it possible. Clockwise from bottom left, paleontologist John Bird and museum director Ken Carp...

Walking on water can be dangerous - if it's frozen


If you must walk on ice or snow, take special precautions to avoid falling. The Southeastern Utah District Health Department offers these suggestions:

Natural gas producer overtakes coal as biggest property taxpayer in Sevier


The Sevier County Commission adopted a tentative 2012 budget Monday that reflects a good year for growth, said Sevier County Commissioner Gary Mason.

1991: Wal-Mart opens, drought becomes worse


The year began with a big event, one that many people had been waiting for and others were dreading; the opening of the new Wal-Mart in east Price. The store that opened (now the Sutherlands) was a 77,000 square foot store, the biggest in the county...

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