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Published April 11, 2013

Carbon County News

County's 'save the sage grouse' plan will get public hearing May 1


Proposed amendments to the county's master plan aimed at balancing sage grouse protection and human economic interests will be up for public comment at the May 1 county commission meeting....

Deadline looms for East Carbon, Sunnyside city merger decision


The pace at which critical decisions will be made concerning the merger of East Carbon and Sunnyside quickened Tuesday night as the East Carbon City Council learned of filing deadlines associated with November's election. ...

Young entrepreneur doesn't need $ millions to be philanthropic


In a society that worships capitalism and entrepreneurship, charity is often not thought of until well after a venture has gained steady profitability. In Carbon County, one young man is bucking that trend by rooting his new business in the spirit o...

Archives: Carbon College was once a branch of the University of Utah


When the College of Eastern Utah merged with Utah State University in 2009 to become USU Eastern, a number of people in the area felt the institution was giving away its sovereignty and independence, while others saw the joining of the two as being ...

USU Eastern student art show opens April 15


USU Eastern's Art Department is hosting its Annual Juried Student Art Show from April 15 through May 2 at Gallery East. The art show is open to all USU Eastern students and includes all art forms and media. ...

Utah gas price rises


Average retail gasoline prices in Utah have risen 6.1 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $3.52/g Sunday, according to GasBuddy's daily survey of 1,171 gas outlets in Utah. This compares with the national average that has fallen 4.0 cent...

Tuition going up again, rate of increase is lower


Tuition continues to go up at Utah's public college's and universities, but the Board of Regents notes that it is not going up as steeply.

Minor injuries in Price auto-scooter collision


A rider on a personal mobility scooter sustained minor injuries when struck by auto Wednesday at about 3:30 p.m. at the intersection of Main Street and Castle Rock Square. Details about the cause of the collision and drivers were not available at d...

Job's Daughters gather donations for Food Bank


Job's Daughters International Bethel 3 of Price recently collected enough food to fill 5 large boxes with items to be donated to the Carbon County Food Bank. Pictured, front row, left to right, are Zoey Zamantakis, Kayla Maynes, Grace Zamantakis,...

Top speller in SE Utah is from San Juan District


Jared Ward, an 8th grader from Albert R. Lyman Middle School in San Juan District, made a 3-peat as top speller after a competitive twenty six rounds in the annual Region Spelling Bee. ...

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