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Carbon County News

Civil Air Patrol serves Castle Valley residents


With several airplane and river accidents occurring during the past year, Castle Valley residents can take comfort in the fact that a nearly 60-year-old organization stands ready to provide air search in the local area. ...

Newspapers start on modest scale, but expand with visionary thinking


Before radio, television and the Internet, newspapers literally provided the only information people in local areas received about their towns and the things that went on in the cities or counties....

East Carbon plans water tank project, reviews crime stats


Crime and water treatment were top agenda items at the Feb. 24 East Carbon City Council meeting.

Ascension St. Matthew's hosts Shrove Tuesday pancake dinner at local church


Families of all faiths come together to have some pancakes at Ascension St. Matthew's in northeast Price. The charity dinner will benefit church programs and upcoming community events. The Price church has been active with several local charities...

Price families enjoy local playdate


Marilyn Ellis and her granddaughters Alyssa and Kalley Ellis (not pictured) have some fun on the rings at the Dino Mine Adventure Park.

Business is good in Castle Country


While business in many parts of the country and even the state are way down, many in the Castle Country area feel that the business environment here is very good.

Lighthouse, Carbon High students rock FCCLA competition


The Lighthouse school continues to expand the activities their students can take part in. This year they formed a FCCLA club and have nine students actively participating. FCCLA stands for Family, Career, Community Leadership of America....

Price City Council honors Spencer's Wishes organization


Phil and Pam Roundy accept Price city's visionary service award at a recent council meeting.

Power company stresses exercising caution, applying home electrical safety procedures


Electricity plays an important role in the lives of Carbon County residents.




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