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Published February 2, 2012

Carbon County News

Retirement? Roberts can't BEAR the idea of leaving now

This week, one of the most successful AmeriCorp VISTA Volunteers to ever set foot in the Castle Valley retired from her post with the area's Business Expansion and Retention Project. However, just because Dolores Roberts will no longer be consider a...

Ice Fishing at Gigliotti Pond

The trout in Helper's Gigliotti Pond haven't had much to eat since the ice formed. The poor things are probably hungry enough to eat meal worms.

Bruin Point brings in parents for breakfast and books

With the Carbon School District adopting a new common core, teacher and special reading instructors at Bruin Point Elementary decided to bring in parents this week and make them part of the team. ...

Driver severely hurt in Colton crash

A Bullfrog area man was injured Saturday when the Penske moving truck he was driving crashed through a guard rail and down an embankment, going airborne before crashing into the railroad tracks below. Though he was severely hurt, seat belts did save...

Legislation brings glimmer of hope to Scofield shore residents

Utah Senators Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) and Mike Lee (R-Utah) today introduced legislation that allows for the transfer of ownership of certain federal lands surrounding the Scofield Reservoir in Carbon County. ...

Price Police Chief invited to dance, but had to disappoint

Early Sunday morning Price Police Chief Aleck Shilaos' wife looked out front window of their home and saw that the chief's car had been wrapped in shrink wrap. It was wrapped very nicely and in fact went totally around and under the under the car. ...

Filing deadline near for local office candidates

While the Republican presidental hopefuls fight it out in the primaries in various states, the process of looking toward local elections is occurring right here in Carbon County....

'Code Blue' will alert students of emergency on campus

Soon USU Eastern students, faculty and staff will know if the campus is closed due to a snow storm, a building fire or any other emergency situation within a matter of moments....

Small towners get their day at the state legislature

For the second year in a row the state legislature hosted Rural Legislative Day.

Auditor says Price finances in good shape

While Price city's net worth decreased between 2010 and 2011, an audit report released last Wednesday and presented to the city council showed that things for the most part are in good shape and that financial transactions are being done in accordan...

Price cemetery cleanup begins Tuesday, 7 a.m.

Price City and Cliffview Cemetery will have their annual Christmas Decoration cleanup beginning at 7:00 am, Tuesday, Feb.7, weather permitting.

Prehistoric Museum calls for photos for new exhibit, Selected Images

The Prehistoric Museum will soon be accepting submissions for its next gallery exhibition, Selected Images. This is a photography exhibition open to all Utah artists (amateur and professional) east of the Wasatch Front....

Tourism Tax board faces changes

(This is the second in a series of articles outlining the boards and panels that aid in the operation of Carbon County government operations).

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