|Published November 22, 2012|
Carbon County News
Explosion, fire rage through natural gas compressor station
Choppers medevac injured workers from remote site in Nine Mile Canyon
Bruin Point earns praise, national recognition for educational excellence
In each of the past three years, the students and faculty at Bruin Point Elementary have been honored by the Utah State Office of Education as a high performing Title One School. The small elementary has also garnered state awards for their success h...
Bread, soup,ambience,heavy lifting for good cause
USU Eastern's final Bread 'n' Soup Night Monday enjoyed live music as well as hot soup and fresh bread. Servers, who also acted as a welcoming committee, included the college chancellor Joe Peterson and and several vice-chancellors. Proceeds from...
Price wasn't big enough for 2 gunslingers
If C.L. "Gunplay" Maxwell thought he was going to get the best of Deputy Edward Johnstone on Aug. 23, 1909, he was sadly mistaken.
HeadlineCastleview staff train on latest newborn resuscitation methods
Castleview Hospital recently welcomed a visit from Regional Trainers Craig Humes, PA-C, RT and Shane Otis, BSN, RN, who taught evidence-based newborn resuscitation update classes to the staff. Guidelines for newborn resuscitation changed and became ...
Interior Dept. begins massive release from Glen Canyon
The U.S. Department of the Interior triggered the first "high-flow experimental release" at Glen Canyon Dam since 2008 on Monday.
Local shops will participate in Small Business Saturday
While the bigger chain stores are getting ready to launch into the holiday shopping season with Black Friday and Black Friday Eve sales, many of the smaller shops in this area are going to having their own promotional sales on Small Business Satur...
Boy Scouts lend a helping hand to public with Scouting for Food Drive
Boy Scouts help sort a number of different food items in large boxes during their Scouting for Food Drive at the Carbon County Food Bank on Saturday. The annual event is conducted before Thanksgiving each year to help those families in need during ...
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