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Published January 29, 2013

Carbon County News

Will survival motivate the merger of ECC-Sunnyside?

For the second time in less than a decade, East Carbon and Sunnyside residents will probably have the opportunity to consolidate their cities. Since the last vote kept them apart in 2004, the need to maintain basic public safety standards has become...

Price approves plan for improvements at city's Washington Park

Price City Council members approved a motion that will see improvements - including more parking stalls, new horseshoe pits and a basketball court - made to the south side of Washington Park....

Legislature opens, media will monitor public access bills

As the Utah Legislature begins this week, lawmakers are aware the public is watching and it will be warned about bills and new laws that could infringe upon the public's right to know about their government....

1926 car show featured parade of old-time cars

There are some who may think that the car shows are a relatively new development in our society. Most think that car shows didn't really exist much before the 1960s.

Utah big game application period begins February 1

Applications to hunt big game animals in Utah will be accepted starting Feb. 1.

Price City Town Square project brings about questions

After Price City council members approved a motion to support a "town square" project last month, some questions began to arise from residents in the area, according to councilman Rick Davis....

Real Men Can Cook will be March 16 in Price, fundraiser for Band G Club

The second annual Real Men Can Cook fundraiser for the Boys and Girls Club of Carbon County will be Saturday, March 16 at the Price Holiday Inn.

Cosmetology Spring Fest at USU Eastern

The USU Eastern Cosmetology Department will hold its Holiday Spring Fest 2013 Extravaganza Feb. 1 and 2 in the Jennifer Leavitt Student Center on the Price Campus. This is a community-wide event that will feature businesses that cater to weddings ...

Farm Service Agency has microloan program for small, startup farms

The Farm Service Agency (FSA) developed the Microloan (ML) program to better serve the unique financial operating need of beginning, niche and the smallest of family farm operations by modifying its Operating Loan (OL) application, eligibility an...

Wildlife Resources releases wild turkeys at Joes Valley

Division of Wildlife Resources personnel released 30 wild Merriam's turkeys north of Joes Valley Reservoir on Jan. 17. Although turkey populations are healthy across most of Utah, none were known to exist in the Joes Valley area prior to the releas...

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