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Published November 28, 2013

Carbon County News

Community puts the 'giving' in Happy Thanksgiving

Tons of food have arrived at the Carbon County Food Bank in time for the community's needy families to have Thanksgiving dinner. While most of the donors remain anonymous, here are a few photos of those who put in time and effort to solicit and c...

Police searching for suspect in Price Smith's armed holdup

Price City Police have released security camera photos of a gunman who robbed the Smith's Food & Drug King Tuesday morning and escaped with an undisclosed amount of money.

4-H looking for adults to teach youngsters

The primary goal of 4-H is to help young people develop the life skills that will allow them to live productive and satisfying lives. To make the program's benefits available to a greater number of children in the Castle Country, USU Extension Associ...

Math scores still lagging in Carbon District schools

Math scores in Carbon District schools, particularly at the high school level, continue to be a concern for teachers, administrators and parents.

Boys and Girls Club thanks county for support

November Alger delivers a "thank you" speech on behalf of the Boys and Girls Club of Carbon County to the County Commission at the Nov. 20 meeting. Members of the club joined her in expressing their gratitude for the county's financial support ov...

Winter's a good time for watching, hunting turkeys

Many Utahns don't know Utah has a thriving population of wild turkeys.

BLM schedules open house on sage grouse plan

As part of a joint effort with the U.S. Forest Service to conserve the Greater Sage-Grouse (GRSG) and its habitat across 10 western states, the Bureau of Land Management Utah has issued a draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for a 90-day public...

Constructing Kokopelli's home

After being removed from Main Street in Price back in 2010, city public works employees have been working on beautifiying Kokopelli's new home along 100 North. The large bronze statue was created by local artist Gary Prazen. Price City Public Works D...

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