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Published November 1, 2012

Carbon County News

State will close, cap 6 Marion gas wells

The Utah Division of Oil, Gas and Mining is pulling the bonds on six of seven Marion Energy natural gas wells around Clear Creek and will close and cap them.

Open burning allowed again, but be careful

On Thursday open burn season in the unincorporated county begins, but not without a lot of restrictions on how people do it. This means that residents in those areas can burn certain items on certain days, under the regulations of open burning. ...

2-term tradition bites the dust in election of 1940 "from the Archives"

If there was ever an historic election, the election of 1940 was it.

Canyon fatality was suicide

The death of a 63-year-old man who was found in his car in Price Canyon Sunday afternoon is an apparent suicide, according to Sheriff James Cordova.

Creative cosmetology and Fantasy Hair Contest

USU Eastern's cosmetology department got into the Halloween spirit this week.

Castleview Creativity

Every other year, Castleview Hospital's departments have a pumpkin carving and decorating competition. This was one of those

HEAT applications accepted

Home Energy Assistance Target (H.E.A.T.) applications will be accepted beginning Nov. 1, and continue through the end of April, 2013 or until funds are exhausted, the Housing and Community Development Division announced today....

Wind Symphony concert to feature women composers

The Eastern Utah Wind Symphony, a college-community concert band at Utah State University-College of Eastern Utah, will perform on Saturday, Nov. 10 at 7:30 p.m. in the Price Civic Auditorium. This year's fall concert will highlight music by wome...

Power company advises customers to prepare for winter storm outages

With winter weather in the forecasts, Rocky Mountain Power reminds customers it's time to make preparations for possible power outages due to winter storms. A video on the company's website, "Every Minute Counts," walks customers through an overv...

Book Cliffs mule deer watch Nov. 17

November is a great month to see mule deer.

'Swell' movie coming to Museum of San Rafael

The world premier of the video "Mining on the Swell," based on interviews of Emery County residents about mining history in the San Rafael Swell will be the focus of the monthly Emery County Historical Society meeting in Castle Dale on Thursday, N...

Move to improve is theme of arthritis effort

In 2009, one in every three (34.8%) Utah adults with arthritis was obese. That's a 16% increase from the 29.9% reported in 2003. According to a report released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, obesity prevalence nationwide is 5...

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