|Published March 8, 2012|
Carbon County News
Remembering Prince Alexander of Castle Gate
He died along with 171 other miners in the Castle Gate Mine Disaster.
They were the stars of the show, so little and cuddly, maybe one-hundredth the size of their mother, who was zonked out in a hole at the base of a big boulder a few feet away....
CHS students rallying to raise funds to buy a special van for a friend
Carbon High School students are taking on a special fund-raising effort for one of their classmates.
Locks of Love
For the eleventh straight year, the USU Eastern Cosmetology Department offered free haircuts, styles and manicures last Saturday with no appointment necessary. Well, the services were not exactly free. Customers had to leave their trimmings behin...
Snowpack down, stream runoff will be low if things don't change
The March 1 snow and runoff report is in from the state, and the spring and summer season for water looks a little bleak for this year.
For years Delynn Fielding, the economic development director for Carbon County, beat his head against a wall in trying to get businesses to locate in this area. Something almost always seemed to fall short....
Outsiders watching ECC - Sunnyside public safety merger
Plans to form a public safety service district between sister cities in East Carbon and Sunnyside continue to move forward, as local officials have now selected a six-member governing board for the proposed body. The district would bring togeth...
Filing date for local offices, state offices starts on Friday March 9
If you intend to run for office this fall, now is the time to act.
Wolves nearby? Could be true
For the past year and a half, the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources has been investigating reports that wolves might be in a remote area east of Springville in north-central Utah....
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