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Carbon County News

Playhouse hoisted onto top of car, removed from lot


Two men in a sedan drove away from a local business with a child's playhouse on Saturday that reportedly wasn't theirs to take.

Checklist assists in flu outbreaks


Swine flu is a strain of the illness that adds to the common situation occurring annually across the United States.

Water pipeline project encounters opposition at scoping hearing


Water remains a major concern not only in Carbon County, but at locations throughout eastern Utah.

Splits, controversies color early history of Carbon's newspapers


When J. Dexter Smith came to the Eastern Utah Advocate in 1895 along with S. H. Brownlee, few Carbon County residents could have known how the whole thing would end.

Arch Coal recognizes Wellington Elementary teacher with achievement award


Carol Carlson celebrates with Wellington Elementary students after receiving one of Arch Coal's five teacher achievement awards. Arch Coal's president and chief operating officer, John Eaves announced the company's award recipients at the Carbon ...

CEU's 71st commencement held on Saturday


Saturday, May 2, at 10:30 a.m. will mark the 71st commencement exercise at College of Eastern Utah, Price campus in the BDAC. CEU is Utah's longest operating state community college having been established by the Utah State Legislature in 1937....

Ashley National Forest public hearings held in Uintah Basin


Officials with the Ashley National Forest held public hearings last week to take comments on proposed changes to a travel management plan that will set the rules for off-highway vehicle use in the forest. ...




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