MSHA Fines UtahAmerican, Company Closes Tower Mine
Trains transport coal mined by UtahAmerican Energy. The company recently closed its Tower facility citing several economic and safety issues.
Leaders, technical subcommittee ponder Nine Mile Canyon's future
Commissioner Bill Krompel shows photos of a map of the proposed drilling areas at Tavaputs Plateau at a recent meeting about the road in Nine Mile Canyon.
Bennett outlines suggestions for energy policy
While Senator Bob Bennett was in Carbon County last week for the rural economic summit, he talked with the media about many issues that affect eastern Utah.
East Carbon and Sunnyside squads respond to dumpster fire
East Carbon Firefighter Cody Valdez finishes dousing a smoldering dumpster at the city transfer station on U.S. Highway 123. East Carbon Police Sgt. Phillip Holt was the first to respond to the blaze that was finished off by fire officials from both ...
Quilts of Valor to be donated to soldiers wounded in Iraq
Members of the Castle Country Quilters display the "Quilts of Valor," created for wounded soldiers in Iraq. The Quilters, along with people from all over the U.S. have been donating their time and materials for more than four years to make the quilts...
Old Glory flies high in the Carbon sky
Safety Fest major success in '08
Rick Callor discusses the finer points of safety within OSHA's 10 hour Construction Training at the Safety Fest.
Soroptimist International of Price contribute monies to local charities
Soroptimist members Dondra Nance and Karen Dolan stuff small bags of donated supplies. The bags will be given to the Helper Clinic to give out to patients that require help with items for general hygiene and personal needs....
Womens conference on tap at CEU
Co-host of Utah's number one rated morning show, "Utah's Morning News with Grant and Amanda," on KSL Newsradio, Amanda Dickson will keynote College of Eastern Utah's 29th annual women's conference on April 4 in the Jennifer Leavitt Student Center....