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Carbon County News

Telemarketing fraud in conversation once again


Telemarketing represents a steadily growing industry at locations across Utah and throughout the nation. But Carbon County residents should weigh the convenience of purchasing or investing via the telephone with the potential risks of falling vic...

Price council approached by CERT coordinator


Emergency response training was brought to the forefront at the Feb. 11 Price City Council meeting as Karen Smith of the Citizen Corps program approached local officials concerning Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training. ...

East county, Wellington fire departments extinguish structure fire


Sunnyside, East Carbon and Wellington firefighters finish off a blaze during the early morning hours of Feb. 17 in Sunnyside. While no one was injured, the residence just east of Miners Trading Post on State Road 123 was gutted. The fire origin i...

Students emulate disabilities


Students with various kinds of apparatus to emulate different kinds of disabilities were put to the test during a demonstration by Active Re-Entry at the College of Eastern Utah. Most found it difficult to do even simple things like feed themsel...

Westridge events chronicled by MSHA


On Feb. 17, the United States Mining Safety and Health Administration released an update on the status of the Westridge mine. The release included a chronological detailing of the events that led up to the current idling of the underground coal p...

Disaster declaration signed


United States Department of Agriculture Secretary, Thomas J. Vilsack has signed a Secretarial Disaster Designation making 19 Utah counties eligible for federal relief.




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