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Price museum employees focus on completing Huntington mammoth diorama


Employees at the College of Eastern Utah focus on completing the diorama of the Huntington Mammoth display. Denise Thayn and John Bird started the construction of the forms that will support the ledges and various artifacts that tell the story of the...

Remodeling project continues, credit union headquarters starts to take shape


Construction continues at the former Hogi Yogi building on east Main in Price as the Utah Central Credit Union headquarters takes shape. Hogi Yogi closed several months ago and late last year, the credit union startied remodeling the building and lot...

Doe Plan Explores Mill Tailing Options


Covering crews at ECDC dispose of waste in a proper fashion. Currently, the Department of Energy is exploring the option of sending hazardous material to the East Carbon facility for storage. The concern is that the waste could cause health problem...

County discusses licensing procedures at fairgrounds


Streamlining the business license process for events at the fairgrounds was broached by Kevin Axelgard at the last regular meeting of the Carbon County Commission.

Small business index predicts expanding statewide economy


Unemployment in Utah registered at 5.6 percent in January, remaining virtually unchanged from the rate posted last December.

Community theater group presents Helper city with donation


Castle Valley Community Theater representative, Sherrie Vlamakis presents a check to Helper mayor, Joe Bonacci which the theater group raised during the annual Electric Light Parade. The group presented the check for further redevelopment of the Rio ...

Sink hole draws attention from Carbon County residents


A large sink hole was located behind local businesses located between 100 West and Carbon Avenue on Main Street in Price late last week. The hole became a great concern for business owners who were afraid of customers falling into or driving over the...

When Removing Children from the Home, DCFS Officials Must Follow State and Federal Guidelines


Many government agencies have multiple missions to handle and for most those missions grow year by year, if not by shear numbers, then by added legislative mandates.




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