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Published April 23, 2013

Carbon County News

Head Start pioneer to retire after 42 years

For more than 42 years, Lynnette Mitchell has been helping the youth of Eastern Utah begin their journey into formal education. While her own journey began as a volunteer, Mitchell's dedication to early childhood education allowed her to to travel a...

Man arrested for carrying gun into school rearrested on suspicion of witness tampering

For the second time this month, a West Valley City man has been arrested in connection with alleged crimes which took place at Castle Heights Elementary. After posting bail on April 10 after he was taken in on suspicion of posing as a police officer...

Distinguished alumna will address grads at USU commencement

The commencement speaker for USU Eastern on Saturday is Nicole Young, who started her college career here when it was the College of Eastern Utah.

Here we go! Rebuild begins

With the rumble of heavy equipment and the sight of long lines of blue plastic pipe being placed in the streets, Helper residents got the first look at what will be familiar sights and sounds for the next three years. This was the scene Monday mo...

YHEC brings big fun, big economic gain to county

Carbon County's North Springs Shooting range was alive with the sound economic benefit this weekend as more than 130 youth participants from all over the state competed in the Youth Hunter's Education Challenge. ...

Expect delays in 9 Mile Canyon for several weeks due to road construction

On Tuesday and possibly Wednesday there will be paving operations in Nine Mile Canyon from mile post 29 to mile post 35, including the bridge at Harmon canyon.

Museum Archaeology Week begins with Family Day May 6

Archaeology week begins at the USU Eastern Prehistoric Museum with Family Activity Day May 4. All activities take place at the museum, 155 East Main Street in Price, between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. ...

Caregivers, seniors conference April 26

Active Re-Entry's 19th Annual Caregivers and Seniors Conference will be held April 26 at the facility on Fairgrounds Road.

Price Soroptimists award scholarships to 2 women

Two women who are working to improve their lives and the community were awarded $500 scholarships by Soroptimist International of Price on April 17.

Archives: Carbon's only Medal of Honor winner was Navy pilot

While many sacrificed during the darkest days of World War II and many couldn't see the light at the end of the tunnel in the middle of 1942, an award for a naval pilot from the area brought spirits up and proved that Carbon boys could hold their ow...

Sequestration will reduce emergency unemployment starting April 28

Federal sequestration will prompt a reduction in Federal Emergency Unemployment Compensation (EUC) for Utahns beginning in late April. The Utah Department of Workforce Services plans to implement the 17 percent reduction on April 28....

Utah employment grows

Utah's nonfarm payroll employment for March 2013 grew by an estimated 4.0 percent, adding 48,700 jobs to the economy as compared to March 2012. This brings Utah's current employment level to 1,277,900....

USU Eastern to honor 27 outstanding students

Twenty-seven USU Eastern students will be honored at the annual awards program on Friday, April 25, at 7 p.m. in the Jennifer Leavitt Student Center multipurpose room, by the academic vice chancellor's office. Also, all honor and high honor studen...

Doctor offers tips on taking control of stress

Spring is here. Along with warming weather, blooming flowers and chirping birds, Spring also signals National Stress Awareness Month, which is observed every April.

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