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Published April 5, 2012

Carbon County News

Huntsman to address USU Eastern commencement

Jon M. Huntsman, Jr., will devliver the commencement address for Utah State University-College of Eastern Utah on April 28.

States need more power, Feds less, Mike Lee says

Senator Mike Lee visited Price on Tuesday morning and had a town meeting with business and political leaders in the area.

A century of survival, 7 minutes of flames

All Paul Martinez wanted to do on his property near East Carbon was burn a couple of small piles of branches and weeds. Little did he know that 150 years of growth from a dead cottonwood tree would change his afternoon profoundly....

Sunnyside adopts plan for merged services with East Carbon

It is a long road, but at least it's a smooth one so far in the effort to merge the fire and ambulance services of East Carbon and Sunnyside cities.

Mercurio sentenced for auto homicide

Jamie Lynn Mercurio, who pleaded guilty earlier this year to automobile homicide in the August 2011 death of Aaron Simms, was sentenced to a year in Carbon County Jail and three years probation Monday. She was also ordered to pay a $750 fine....

Museum hires archaeology curator

The USU Eastern Prehistoric Museum has hired Timothy Riley as the new Curator of Archaeology.

An early look at career education

More than 300 eight and ninth graders got a glimpse of career opportunities - and the educational facilities dedicated to developing those opportunities - at the USU Eastern Career Center Tuesday....

USU Eastern student art on display through May 3

USU Eastern's Art Department is hosting its Annual Juried Student Art Show through May 3 at Gallery East. The art show is open to all USU Eastern students and includes all art forms and media. ...

DWR close to deciding how many buck deer permits available for 2012

The time to decide how many buck deer permits will be available for hunts in Utah this fall is almost here.

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