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Published July 30, 2015

Carbon County News

Loss of driving privileges may depress older adults


There are more than a quarter of a million licensed drivers in Utah over the age of 65, according to the latest statistics provided by the Department of Public Safety. That number is likely to grow as Baby Boomers enter their retirement years. ...

Seniors have alternatives to driving


The Carbon County Senior Center regularly hosts a Safe Driving Course for seniors in conjunction with AARP. The 4-hour courses include topics such as aging and the effects on driving, changes in traffic laws, roads and highways, and new car features...

Don't wait until Thanksgiving - Food Bank short on some items


About 500 Carbon County families depend on Food Bank assistance at any given time and now, during the interval between community food drives and USDA deliveries, some shelves are close to empty....

Library reading program draws applause for PAWS


The library is usually a place of peace and quiet, but it was anything but those things on Wednesdays this summer. Since June, the Price City Library has hosted PAWS, a program during which kids young and old came to the library to read to dogs big a...

A big step closer to reality


Workers got an early start Tuesday as the concrete pour for the Miners Memorial began at 6 a.m. at the Price Peace Gardens. By mid-morning they were completing the finish work. Dedication of the monument, which will list the names of more than 1,300 ...

County officials upset about federal clean water rules


As interest and momentum grows in support of a lower basin reservoir in Carbon County, some officials are expressing concern about certain aspects of the EPA's new clean water rule. In a letter to the EPA during the rule-making process, the County sa...

Children's Justice Center recieves "Back to School" donations for third year running


Three years ago, a participant in the local drug court program began a small community service project that revolved around donations to the Children's Justice Center. John Sanchez has come through for the past three years and donated backpacks, sock...

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