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Published April 26, 2012

Carbon County News

e-Recycle Flash Mob

If Jeanne McEvoy and the rest of the Green Team had any doubts about how the community would support recycling e-junk, those questions were replaced with enthusiasm last Saturday. Scores of people poured into the drop off station near the USU Eas...

ECC planners get back on track

After a nearly 24 month hiatus which followed a mass exodus from its ranks, the newly formed East Carbon Planning and Zoning Committee is again functioning at full steam, taking on the backlog of property issues that has accumulated over time....

DABC to Helper: 'Let's talk more'

Flanking Helper's State Liquor Agency sign are two other symbols: a Welcome to Helper banner on a lamp post and a Closed card in the papered-over shop window.

'Coach Vando' brings wealth of experience

When Adjalma Vanderlei Becheli took some time to celebrate his 43rd birthday last Monday evening, he expected to spend the evening with his wife and a group of USU Eastern basketball players just laughing and enjoying a nice low-key birthday cele...

Terri Yelonek named trial court executive for Seventh District

The Administrative Office of the Utah State Courts has appointed Terri Yelonek as the trial court executive for Seventh District Court, which includes Carbon, Emery, Grand, and San Juan counties. Ms. Yelonek replaces Bill Engle, who retired. ...

Nature High camp seeks applicants

Nature High Summer Camp, a week-long educational camping experience offered to teenagers interested in learning more about natural resources and the local environment, is seeking applications from Utah high school students. The event is held at t...

Promotions at Sheriff's Office

Carbon County Sheriff James Cordova is flanked by newly-promoted Chief Deputy Tom Stefanoff (left) and Lt. Tory Christiansen. Stefanoff has more than 18 years of experience in the department. Christiansen, who moved into the slot vacated by Stefa...

Women outnumber men 3-2 in USU Eastern 2012 graduating class

The audience at USU Eastern's commencement Saturday may get the impression that there are a lot of women clad in caps and gowns.

Project aims to mark graves at Elgin Cemetery

The Elgin Cemetery in Green River has many graves that are un-marked and in need of a headstone. For the last two years Beta Zeta Sorority has chosen to make this their project, to buy and place headstones on every unmarked grave that is over 50 ...

Emergency Preparedness Fair this Saturday

Event features preparing for crisis situations

Building an emergency kit

During the Region VI Carbon-Emery Preparedness Fair instruction will be given on how to create your own grab-and-go kits, also known as 72-hour kits.

Safe water

A weather or other emergency can contaminate the local supply of drinking water and disrupt the wastewater disposal system. As a result, it's important for men and women to know how to disinfect their drinking water should an emergency occur and ...

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