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Carbon County News

Local artists display varied works at College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum

Mike Royal explains the intricacies of his artwork to onlookers at the CEU Prehistoric Museum's Gallery opening on Friday night.

Local animal population roams free in the Castle Valley as winter continues

A herd of deer find a grazing land near Millsite in the Castle Valley. The deer will remain in the valley until temperatures warm this spring.

New signage goes up as Price sees business district grow

Crews finish signage over a new footwear store in the Castle Rock Square portion of Price city.

Helper approves fee schedule for planning, zoning

As cities and towns struggle to meet budget requirements and keep operating, many areas of government that previously provided free services to the public are coming under scrutiny....

Carbon area residents urged to donate blood

Since 1970, January has been recognized as National Blood Donor Month and with only five percent of the eligible population giving blood each year the American Red Cross is asking that new donors take the new year as an opportunity to become a do...

Independent public policy group reviews Utah welfare expenditures

The state's welfare spending reached $2.7 billion during fiscal year 2008.

Senator applauds reintroduction of bill designating fourth House seat for Utah

Utah could be a step closer to receiving an additional seat in the United States House of Representatives.

Nutrition specialist lists dark chocolate benefits

Dark chocolate is derived from the plant Theobroma cacao.

Ballet program slates elementary school visits

On Jan. 14 and Jan. 15, Ballet West II dancers will visit elementary schools in Carbon County to perform an award winning educational program for local youngsters.

Expanding horizons; trek into big time by local artist

With shows opening at the Contemporary Design and Art Gallery as well as the College of Eastern Utah's Prehistoric Museum recently, Terry Willis is putting her art out there for the world to see. She has labored for the better part of her life to...

Business good for many people in eastern Utah

The national news says the ecomony of the country is bad, and so people look at their area and assume the same is true everywhere.

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