|Published March 1, 2012|
Carbon County News
Dumped oil flows down Price street, drains into river
It wasn't in the same class as the Gulf Oil Spill or the Exxon Valdez disasters, but the five-block flow of oil down south 300 West Street in Price was enough to keep hazmat workers busy long into the night Tuesday....
Drought: Dry years are not entirely at fault for tree death
(Editors note: Based on the weather this winter, if things don't change, the local area will be experiencing a drought. This is the fifth in a series of articles examining droughts, water use, water storage/sources, personal water footprints an...
'Dream of a Cure' - Relay for Life begins 2012 drive
Those who have been touched by cancer know that the disease never sleeps, affecting millions of Americans from every walk of life, everyday. Because of that common thread, the American Cancer Society's annual Relay for Life has become one of Ca...
Watershed Conservation District installs board
Elections were held and the Price River Watershed Conservation District board members were installed recently. They are Dale Mathis (chairman), Tom Matthews (vice chairman), Andy Schmidt, Tom Bruno, and William Butcher (treasurer). ...
Price police looking for driver who did this
Last Saturday night, a vehicle collided with a vinyl fence surrounding a home at the intersection of Sagewood and Cedar Hills Drive in Price. The vehicle was going northbound on Cedar Hills Drive and turned eastbound on Sagewood, jumping the cur...
County Dems advised to check registration status
The Carbon County Democratic Party Central Committee amended its Constitution and By-Laws in May 2011. The Amendment, having immediate impact as the party proceeds toward Precinct Caucus meetings on March 13 is one which requires all CCDP offic...
Prestige, glory of public office await those who file by March 15
If you intend to run for office this fall, now is the time to act.
100 strong and growing at the Carbon County Boys and Girls Club
Since opening their doors at Mont Harmon Junior High in August of 2010, the Boys and Girls Club of Carbon County quickly caught hold becoming the area's most popular after-school program. The club now serves more than 100 local students and is ...
Author Month at Price City Library
The Price City Library has designated March as the month to celebrate local authors.
BLM to host oil shale, tar sands meetings in Utah
The Bureau of Land Management is hosting public meetings in Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming to answer questions about and solicit comments on its oil shale and tar sands Draft Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement (Draft PEIS). ...
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