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Published April 25, 2013

Carbon County News

Every suicide is tragic, but how many are there?


Darrin Brandt says he and other members of an ad hoc suicide prevention group have gotten together because they think that the community has a major problem with self-inflicted death....

2 injured in collision on Price Main Street


Two damaged cars lie 50 yards apart after colliding at the intersection of Main Street and 700 East Wednesday morning shortly before 8 a.m. In the foreground, rescuers from the Price Fire Department get ready to remove the crumpled door of the red...

Kokopelli returns


After spending more than two years in solitary confinement in a storeroom at the Price maintenance domes, Kokopelli is out in the open again. A crew lifted and secured the bronze statue to a pedestal in the rose garden on the corner of 100 East a...

Police chief forsakes his pay raise so receptionist can get one instead


After receiving a fifty-cent hourly pay raise for his recent Crisis Intervention Team certification, East Carbon Police Chief Sam Leonard surprised city council officials Tuesday by asking them to pass the increase on to East Carbon receptionist Bes...

College athlete makes his mark on the court and in the community


Dytanya "Bubby" Johnson thought he was coming to USU Eastern to play basketball last fall, but when he leaves in May, he leaves countless elementary, junior high and high school students as his new BFFs....

Having a ball at Castle Valley Center


Friday night was for music and dancing at the Castle Valley Center as the school hosted a ball for adult students and friends. Jill Haley, Amber Brinkley and Bruce Burgess organized the event because they decided that the older students deserved ...

Police chief to ECC council: Forefathers did not envision what 'adult dance' has become


Taking to task an event that is revered by some and dreaded by others, East Carbon City Police Chief Sam Leonard asked town officials to review the "adult dance" which follows the annual Community Daze celebration. While the evening gathering is wel...

USU Eastern places four students in PBL challenge


USU Eastern's Phi Beta Lambda placed four students at its state leadership competition on April 5 - 6 at Dixie State College in St George. Students competed in business events against the other two- and four-year colleges and universities in Utah...

Most of West faces long, dry summer, NRCS says


April streamflow forecasts show a decline in most of Utah's basins, according to USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service water and climate experts.

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