|Published October 16, 2012|
Carbon County News
CHS choir 'auditions' at school board for travel permission
A group of students from the Audition Choir at Carbon High sang the National Anthem to the Carbon County School Board the other night and it wasn't just to prove they could sing. It was also to prove they could be responsible....
ODYSSEY: USU Eastern gives area students a day-long tour of alternative energy tech
Students from Carbon County and around Utah got a glimpse of the future on Friday morning.
Attention lapse leads to wreck
A momentary loss of attention to driving led to a car leaving the road and crashing down a hillside on SR 10 south of Price Thursday morning.
Shoppapalooza fills Event Center
For the fourth straight year, Castle Country residents came together as Fall weather broke to shop and be entertained at Shoppapalooza in the Carbon County Event Center.
Landslides and close calls uncommon in presidential elections
While it isn't easy for most people to recite the names of every president that has ever held office in the United States, some names pop up that people do know like Kennedy, Roosevelt, Reagan, Washington, Lincoln and so on....
CHS graduate completes Navy basic training
Navy Seaman Apprentice Sienna E. Smoak, daughter of Leslie A. and Douglas K. Smoak of Helper, recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill. ...
BLM slates prescribed burn in Price Canyon
The Bureau of Land Management Price Field Office and the Canyon Country Fire Zone will be conducting a prescribed fire this fall on public land in Carbon County. The project is in Price Canyon located next to the Price Recreation Camp Ground. The bu...
USU Eastern's Bread and Soup Nights to benefit Food Bank
USU Eastern's 14th annual Bread 'N Soup Night to benefit the Carbon County Food Bank will be held three nights, beginning Monday, Nov. 5 and continuing on Nov.Â 12 and 19.
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