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Published October 23, 2012

Carbon County News

College enrollments down


A dip this year was anticipated, but new LDS missionary policy has officials guessing impacts

Early voting gets under way today


The county clerk's office and information technology department completed the setup of electronic voting machines in the courthouse Monday to prepare for the start of early voting Tuesday....

Why we live here


Clear skies, autumn colors, a big lake with big fish and plenty of peace and quiet are the rewards for a trip to Scofield Reservoir in the fall. The lake has begun to 'turn' as cooler water sinks, taking more oxygen down deeper. There are tips for f...

Leave no leaf unbagged


Autumn leaves are pretty on the trees but can become a nuisance once they hit the ground. The Price City Public Works Department is reminding people to make sure that that leaf litter on their property does not lead to clogged drains and gutters. L...

ECC, Sunnyside will meet for roundtable talks on issues


As national politics take center stage with the general election upon us, East Carbon and Sunnyside city officials are focusing on municipal issues which could affect eastern Carbon County for decades to come. ...

Gov's Energy Development Summit set for Jan. 10-11


Registration is open for the Governor's Energy Development Summit to be held on January 10-11, 2013 at the Salt Palace Convention Center.  An early bird registration discount is offered until Nov. 30.  The first day will highlight hot topic...

Education Association honors Ferron teacher, Arch Coal


The Utah Education Association (UEA) honored 10 teachers from around the state with its Excellence in Teaching awards and presented Arch Coal with an Honor Roll award at its Superstars in Education banquet last week....

Community Clothing Closet will offer coat giveaway Saturday


The Community Clothing Closet at 8 E. Main in Price will be giving away coats Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Utah unemployment down


Utah's nonfarm wage and salaried job count for September 2012, as generated by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), expanded by 2.0 percent compared against the employment level for September 2011. This is a 12-month increase of 24,400 jobs and...

Pinnacle High School students get 'smart about credit' from Zions Bank


While teens say they are eager to learn about money management before making mistakes in the real world, only about a third of them understand how credit card interest and fees work, according to the 2011 Teens & Money Survey by Charles Schwab & ...

Carbon Rec offers fall, winter programs


Carbon Rec.'s tumbling program Continues on Tuesdays at the Light House High School. You can begin anytime. The fee is $18 per month. The instructor is Pineau Nielson. This program is for all kids ages three and up. ...

Fall is prime time for Scofield fishing


Scofield Reservoir is always a great place to fish in late fall. But if you want to catch a big tiger trout, fishing might be better than ever this fall.

DWR stocking pheasants before hunt


The general season pheasant hunt opens on November 3 and will continue until November 18, except on state and federal land in Carbon, Emery, Grand and San Juan counties, where the extended season runs until Dec. 2. DWR biologists will stock 65 roo...

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