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Carbon County News

Winter conditions, wildlife combine to create traffic hazards

A recent report issued by the Utah Safety Council detailed why night driving can be so dangerous on Utah's winding roads. The council approximates that 90 percent of a drivers reaction time depends on vision, a perception that is drastically redu...

Carbon kids watch predator feeding at CEU museum

Local children and adults were treated to reptiles galore as water monitors devoured live prey including two full grown mice and half a dozen small gold fish. All prey must be live for the monitors, however the soft shell turtles preferred their...

Prosecutor files charges in drug court tracker case

The Carbon County Attorney's Office has charged former drug court tracker Melanie Madill with six separate third degree felony level offenses.

County tourism tax advisory board conducts joint panel's first meeting

The members of the Carbon County Tourism Tax Advisory Board met for the first time last Thursday.

DWR wants poachers named

Price District Conservation Officer, Ben Riley is seeking the public's help in providing information about the following poaching incidents.

UDOT crews continue road improvements along U.S. 6

Carbon County motorists who are traveling through Price and Spanish Fork canyons should reduce vehicle speeds when entering construction zones on U.S. Highway 6. Under state stature, drivers who fail to comply with posted speed limits and design...

BLM announces federal public lands grazing fees

On Jan. 30, the United States Bureau of Land Management announced the 2009 federal grazing fees.

College presents "A Man for All Seasons" this month

The College of Eastern Utah theatre department is in rehearsals for A Man for All Seasons by Robert Bolt set to run Feb. 5-10 (black Sunday) at 7:30 p.m. in the Geary Theatre....

Holiday Springfest is here

Plan your wedding, prom, or other springtime events, and contribute to a good cause, all at the same time.

Cell phones connected to do not call registry

Despite a re-circulating e-mail that cell phone users must put their phones on the do not call registery, the Federal Trade Commission reports it is still not necessary to register those numbers to keep unwanted calls away....

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