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Published October 1, 2013

Carbon County News

East Carbon gets $50,000 USDA grant for new cemetery


The East Carbon City Cemetery Project received a boost last week, as Mayor Orlando LaFontaine secured United States Department of Agriculture funding to help pay for the undertaking. ...

Goblin's Lair


A Goblin Valley State Park visitor is dwarfed by the scale of the Goblin's Lair, a natural cavern in the sandstone. The cave is about 70 feet high from the floor to the skylight overhead. It is only a mile and a half easy hike from the Carmel Can...

Pumpkin season is here - for the 5,000th time


There is probably no other fruit or vegetable that is associated with holidays like the pumpkin.

Kathy Hanna-Smith named to Utah Tourism Board


It's hard to think of much that Kathy Hanna-Smith hasn't done in her years living in Carbon County. From being the Executive Director of the Carbon County Chamber of Commerce to being a Price City Council member, she has always been involved an...

Volunteer of the Year


Jordan Neumann, who devoted his summer vacation to serving the residents of the Pinnacle Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, holds the certificate he received from the Utah Health Care Association honoring him as the organization's Volunteer of th...

Piece of 9-11 will be in Price Thursday


For those that have never been to Ground Zero in New York, something close to it is coming to Price.

U of U gets $16 million grant for clean coal simulations


University of Utah engineers will use a five-year, $16 million federal grant to conduct supercomputer simulations aimed at developing a prototype low-cost, low-emissions coal power plant that could electrify a mid-sized city. The goal of this "...

Carbon, Duchesne, Vernal chambers address rural issues


DUCHESNE - There are two Utahs: The densely-populated, highly-urbanized Wasatch Front, and rural Utah. And more and more, the Wasatch Front is calling the shots for rural areas of the state. That's why it's important for rural counties - their ...

Quilts for police cars


Price Police Capt. Bill Barnes accepts a stack of handmade quilts from Castle Country Quilters President Cindy Vouk. The Utah Quilt Guild's goal is to put a quilt in every police car....

Carbon agencies to hold domestic violence 5K run


Carbon County Recreation and the area's Domestic Violence Coalition have come together for the fifth time this to raise funds and spread awareness about scourge of domestic violence....

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