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Published April 1, 2014

Carbon County News

Another spring, another big dig


The view from the parking lot of Workmen's Market Monday morning defines the recent Helper landscape: Balanced Rock is perched on the top of the cliff to the north, while in the the foreground, heavy equipment, a trench and road closed barricades fil...

East Carbon will try an even-odd approach for outside watering


Opting for water conservation rather than complete restriction, the East Carbon City Council voted last week to allow for limited outdoor watering on given days at given times. ...

USU Eastern to offer Peace Officers Training


Starting this fall, those seeking to become law enforcement officers won't have to leave Price to obtain their training. Last week, the Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) Council approved a Utah State University Eastern proposal to offer voc...

USU Eastern chooses its royalty for 2014


A five-foot-five-inch point guard on USU Eastern's basketball team was crowned Miss USU Eastern 2014 on March 19 in the Jennifer Leavitt Student Center.

Watch Sage Grouse at Emma Park Saturday


The "bloop, bloop" sound that male sage-grouse make, as they strut on their breeding grounds, is one of the most unique sounds you'll ever hear in nature.

Chancellor tells business group how college strengthens area economy


USU Eastern Chancellor Joe Peterson introduced the "four thousand in four years" concept to the local area last year. The goal is to have four thousand students on the campus in four years....

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