|Published February 14, 2013|
Carbon County News
Sunnyside Junction likely to remain in darkness
As long as the junction of U.S. Highway 6 and State Road 123 has existed, motorists have complained about the intersection's lack of lighting and just how dangerous the absence of light is. Recently, the Utah Department of Transportation took notice...
College offers cash incentives to ease the pain of staff reduction
Facing a slash of $800,000 in next year's budget caused by slumping enrollments, USU Eastern is taking steps to ease the pain of inevitable reductions in personnel and programs. ...
1928: Hard work, luck save Scofield Dam
On the morning of May 21, 1928, the first Scofield dam keeper, Jack Booth, watched as the structure that held back thousands of acre feet of water located just above the present Scofield Dam began to crumble. He immediately called officials through ...
USU singers to present free concert with selections 'from opera to Broadway'
The Music Department at Utah State University will present "Never in Your Wildest Dreams: Favorites from Opera to Broadway," on Friday, Feb. 15 at 7:30 p.m. in the Price Civic Auditorium....
IRS says 1 in 5 eligible Utahns miss out on earned income tax credit
The Internal Revenue Service and partners nationwide have launched the Earned Income Tax Credit Awareness campaign, aimed at helping millions of Americans who earned $50,270 or less take advantage of the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC)....
Banquet honors 20 Carbon scouts
The Carbon District of the Boy Scouts of America recently held a banquet to honor 20 young men who have earned their Eagle Scout Award during the past year 2012. Each Eagle was honored by the Price Elks Lodge by receiving an American flag and a cer...
Apply for big game permits in Utah now
Even though this fall's hunts are still months away, the time to apply for a permit is here. Applications to hunt big game animals in Utah will be accepted from Feb. 1 until 11 p.m. Mountain Time on March 4....
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