|Published February 9, 2012|
Carbon County News
Virtuoso Welding: USU Eastern students work hard to be the best
Mike Tryon and Lon Youngberg want their students to be the best.
A dry winter may signal drought conditions later
(Editors note: Based on the weather this winter, if things don't change, this area will experience a drought. This is the first in a series of articles examining droughts, water use, water storage/sources, personal water footprints and what the i...
Not much chance for 'zombie voters' here
While the allegation of "zombie" voters in South Carolina's primary election last month may have been exaggerated, the controversy did draw attention to an ongoing concern of Carbon County Clerk/Auditor Robert Pero and his counterparts across the...
Sunnyside, ECC may consider merging services
Sunnyside city mayor Doug Parsons will approach the East Carbon City Council later this month to discuss forming a fire and public safety district between the two east county cities and their respective departments. The Sunnyside council directed...
Half of county's honorees have four legs, long noses
Ten Canine-Americans and their handlers were honored as Carbon County's Employees of the Month for February.
DWR releases wild turkeys
The Division of Wildlife Resources released 72 wild turkeys in southeastern Utah Feb. 5. Twenty four birds were released on the north side of the LaSal Mountains while the remaining 48 found a new home on Elk Ridge. These new conscripts added to ...
USU Eastern to present 'See How They Run'
Beware the gaggle of clergymen in USU-Eastern's production of See How They Run, starting Thursday at Geary Theatre. They're running fast and flying low, and no one's too pious. ...
Price Holiday Inn wins JD Power award
JD Power & Associates has named Holiday Inns as the 2011 winner of the "Highest In Guest Satisfaction Among Mid-Scale Full Service Chains" Award. Included in this award is the Holiday Inn & Suites Price. ...
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