|Published July 9, 2013|
Carbon County News
School Board balks at Helper JHS land purchase
Despite months of preparation and months of negotiations with property owners in north Helper, the Carbon County School Board has voted down the idea of purchasing land for a new junior high school in a 3-2 decision....
Train accident kills Price man, 27
A Price man was hit and killed by a train Sunday along a section of track near the Price River in Utah County.
money will promote area tourism
Thousands of dollars collected from a small tax on thousands of restaurant meals and motel stays are destined to fund event promotions and brick and mortar projects in Carbon County....
100 years ago, a young county knew how to celebrate Independence Day
One hundred years ago, in 1913, Carbon County was getting ready to celebrate Independence Day with a real flourish. Today, we have Energy Days and Pleasant Valley Days. Then, they had a huge celebration in Price, with 2,500 of the 3,000 residents co...
Pinnacle Nursing and Rehab welcomes new director
Jason Jensen, a Brigham Young University graduate who has been in the health care industry since 2006, has come aboard as administrator and executive director at Pinnacle Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Price....
CHS students attend SUU health career camp
The 15th annual Health Career Exploration Camp sponsored by the Utah Center for Rural Health was recently held at Southern Utah University, and was attended by several youth from Carbon High School. ...
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