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Published March 27, 2012

Carbon County News

County will have to tally protests against Scofield service district


With 40 protest letters filed against the county's proposal to expand the Scofield Special Service District and include garbage disposal in the fees, the county commission has called a time out to assess the situation....

A la carte specials every day. Can this be school lunch?


This started out as a story about "pink slime" in school food but that turned out to be a non-issue in the Carbon District. The district doesn't buy any ammonia-treated hamburger, according to Patti Rigby, who oversees the school nutrition prog...

PRWID has rights to water at tail end of its system, wants to keep them


Forty-nine years ago, the water-savvy lawyer Stan Litizzette urged the Price River Water Improvement District to file for rights to the water coming out of its wastewater treatment plant....

Despite change of plans, new Wellington Park is still a 'go'


The plan to relaim the old Knight-Ideal coal loadout for a city park complex in Wellington has run into a complication, but it is not a fatal flaw.

Kid + lighter = brush fire


Price fire fighters use dirt and water to knock down the flames of a brush fire that erupted Wednesday afternoon east of the Roscrea Apartments. The fire had spread rapidly through the weeds and dead branches but no structures were threatened. Th...

Community provides names for faces in old photo


J.D.I. Bethel 3 Price would like to thank the many people who called to help identify the young ladies from this photograph. From their research they believe that it was taken in 1958 or 1959....

USU Eastern Theatre preparing to present the School for Scandal


The Eastern Utah Theatre professors are thrilled to present Richard Brinsley Sheridan's sentimental comedy, The School for Scandal adapted for contemporary audiences by Lewis John Carlino....

Boy Scout food drive brings in over 8,000 pounds of food


A food drive put on by the Boy Scouts helped bring in 8,321 pounds of food to the shelves of the Carbon County Food Bank, according to program manager Collette Freestone....

Rocky Mountain Power's Blue Sky program seeks applicants for community-based renewable energy project funding


SALT LAKE CITY - Got a bright idea for making Utah, Wyoming or Idaho greener? Could you use a little green to help make your renewable energy project a reality? Rocky Mountain Power is now accepting applications to receive funding for community...

City looks at flex plan for public defender


Some months Price City public defender Sam Chiara gets enough money from the city to cover all the clients he gets handed by the courts to defend.

Pennies for their thoughts


Price City Council members Rick Davis, Wayne Clausing, Kathy Smith and Layne Miller along with Mayor Joe Piccolo show off the 1911 pennies they were given by the Price Centennial committee for their support of the project last year when Price Cit...

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