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Dogs of summer change gears as snow falls on Carbon County

Terry Willis' dog Maki bursts through a deep snow bank as she search for rabbits on Wood Hill.

Warm the soles program hits headstart

The Utah Power and Light Credit Union's Price branch brought their "warm the soles" program to Wellington's headstart on Dec. 16. To their delight, officials provided shoes, socks and coloring books to every child who attended the school....

Kiwanis members show their Christmas spirt by wrapping gifts for Santa

Richard Tatton, Wayne Clausing, Keith Mason, Dave Black, other members and their families wrap presents for the annual Sub for Santa programs that is sponsored by the Price Kiwanis Club. The gifts will be delivered to children in need on Christma...

Commission increases funding for county drug court program

Carbon commissioners have decided to increase the county's financial support for the local drug court program.

Sunnyside city reviews building plans for '09

After discussing a land swap last year, Sunnyside city eventually moved into the Petersen building as a donation from Carbon School District.

Carbon County reports expanding employment

Carbon County's economy continued to create expanding employment last month.

BLM selects parcels for mineral lease auction

On Dec. 19, the Utah office of the United States Bureau of Land Management will offer 142,333 acres for geothermal leasing.

Indoor clean air rules require Utah bars, taverns to become smoke-free

Start Jan. 1, 2009, the Utah Indoor Clean Air Act will require all private clubs and taverns statewide to ban smoking.

ConocoPhillips representatives present contribution to fund higher education

College of Utah Prehistoric Museum director Reece Barrick holds a check for $25,000 as Brad King, vice president at CEU looks on. ConocoPhillips, representatives Jean Semborski, Jeff Sandoval and Chuck Knechat presented the money to the pair, wit...

Coping with grief, loss of loved ones during holidays poses difficult challenge

For some Carbon County residents, the holidays bring sad feelings, particularly in contrast to the way things are supposed to be. 

Greater Utah Pointing Dog Club hosts event

On Dec. 7 the Greater Utah Pointing Club's Orson Rich hosted a National Shoot to Retrieve Association trial at the Big Spring Ranch located behind the East Carbon Development Corporation along Utah State Road 123. ...

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