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Published September 10, 2013

Carbon County News

Monsoon floods continue


An afternoon thundershower interrupted a day of small general showers on Sunday and caused a number of problems throughout the county.

Governor names Sam Chiara to 8th Judicial District bench


Samuel P. Chiara, a 43-year-old Carbon County attorney, has been nominated by Gov. Gary Herbert to serve as a judge in Utah's Eighth Judicial District Court.

Hundreds take part in county cleanup


Carbon County is decidedly cleaner today, after more than 500 community volunteers came together Saturday to weed, clean, trim and plant for the United Way's Annual Day of Caring....

Letter grades for schools may not tell the whole story, some educators say


(This is the second of two articles on the new grading system for schools).

Price Council approves new ATV pathways


The map on the right shows news ATV routes in Price approved by the Price City Council at its last meeting. Dale Stapley, representing the Carbon County Trails Committee explained that the county has designated several routes near the city and ...

Helper paving to begin by month's end


Repaving of Helper streets torn up by the infrastructure rebuild should begin before the end of September, representatives from Franson Civil Engineers told the city council last week....

MS Society to offer class at Castleview


The National MS Society Education Program will present a class on the importance of diet and exercise for people with multiple sclerosis Wednesday from 6 to 7 p.m. in the Castleview Hospital conference room....

Former CHS graduate named as one of America's best chefs


Former Carbon High School graduate Anthony Compagni was recently listed in a book compiling some of the best chefs in America.

Scartezina nursing lab dedicated at USU Eastern


Dan Scartezina spoke at length about his mother and the meaning of the event and the center to his family. He talked at length about his mother and what she faced as a nurse when she graduated from the W.H. Groves LDS School of Nursing in the 193...

Clampers dedicate plaque to Rolapp/Royal


Members of the Matt Warner Chapter of E Clampus Vitus dedicated their 36th historic plaque Saturday, this one commemorating a small town near Helper that had three names in its short history....

Ascension/St. Matthew's Day of Service


Armed with shovels, rakes, hoes and gloved hands, members and friends of the Ascension/St. Matthew's Church clean up the grounds of the Castle Heights Elementary School in Price Sunday. They attacked weeds and shoveled sand back into the play yar...

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