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Carbon County News

Vandalism in gas fields growing


Ed Rasbold wasn't shocked that some of the gas wells he manages in the Coal Creek area had some vandalism happen two weeks ago.

Rising prescription pain reliever abuse in county


Prescription pain relievers are controlled substances that have a potential for addiction. And since they can be easily misused, the medications must be prescribed.

New GIS project maps East Carbon's utilities


On June 9, the East Carbon City Council met to review many of its on going projects that are nearing completion including the new walking paths, as well the city's geographic information system (GIS) project to map it's utility system. ...

Corner takes on rosey appearance


A city worker digs holes for rose bushes that are stacked on a trailer in the foreground last Sunday morning. Now flowers will bloom where the old Central Elementary School once stood....

CEU automotive nationally recognized


Brian Nielson announces logistics for the upcoming session of classes for CEU's automotive program.

Uintah/I-70 road connection


During the legislative tour of energy related fields in eastern Utah on Memorial Day week, attending state legislators learned a lot of new things about oil and gas. They also learned about transportation problems....

Specialty crops program offered by state


The Utah Department of Agriculture and Food (UDAF) is seeking proposals for the Specialty Crops Block Grant Program. Specialty crops are defined as fruits and vegetables, dried fruits, horticulture and nursery crops (including floriculture). ...

State's agriculture department accepts applications for specialty crop program


The Utah Department of Agriculture and Food is seeking proposals from producers across the state for the specialty crops block grant program.




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