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Published April 12, 2012

Carbon County News

Adams resigns from Sheriff's Department

Capt. Guy Adams, second in command at the Carbon County Sheriff's Department since 1999, has resigned. His resignation is effective Friday.

East Carbon driver facing auto homicide arraignment

Darin S. Hawkinson, the 47-year-old East Carbon man charged with causing the deaths of two women in a chain-reaction collision on U.S. 6 near Wellington last September, has been bound over for arraignment on May 29 in Seventh District Court....

New tourism director gets down to business

While there are a lot of people in the area that feel tourism doesn't have much impact on the local economy, new Carbon County Tourism Bureau Director Shalee Johansen sees it differently....

Mystery for ATV riders: Are they street legal?

For many who own ATVs, there is a mystery. One about roads.

Plenty of wrecks but no fatalities over the weekend

A series of near misses coupled with several serious accidents has Utah Highway Patrol officials counting their blessings concerning an Easter weekend which concluded without a single reported highway fatality. ...

USU Eastern students face tuition increase next year

USU Eastern and Utah State University students will see a six percent tuition increase next year.

Lenten Lunches raises $1,400 for Carbon County Boys and Girls Club

For over 50 years the Methodist Church has sponsored the Lenten Lunches, that provides all of the churches in Price a chance to come together and tell the story of Lent in a meaningful and inspiring way regardless of denomination. ...

USU Eastern professor makes history for college

A faculty member, not housed on the Logan campus, made history for Utah State University by being the first to receive promotion and tenure as a full professor.

Trackhoes and Trowels: How road builders and archaeologists are teaming up in Nine Mile Canyon

It's all excavation. The difference is you guys use trackhoes and we use trowels." That's how archaeologist Jody Patterson explained the contrasting digs going on in Nine Mile Canyon to a few civil engineers who dropped by for an update....

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