Adult Ed funds run dry
The lack of securing a federal grant that usually supports adult education in Carbon County for the next two years will put a real damper on what the program can do for nontraditional students, Adult Education Coalition Committee members were tol...
Anderson withdraws from race for Utah House seat
Jerry Anderson, Republican candidate for the District 69 seat in the Utah House of Representatives, has withdrawn and been disqualified from the race.
Intermountain Electronics marks 25 years of growth
Appearances can be deceptive. Take the factory floor at Intermountain Electronics for example.
Expect some major advances, USU president tells Price campus
Despite enduring five budget cuts in two years, Utah State University has protected its core of research and teaching.
An afternoon with a cadaver
Students from Carbon High School's Science Inquiry Leaning Center and A.P. Biology class join Dr. Tyson Chappell (in lab coat) for an afternoon with a cadaver (front row, lying down) at the USU-CEU biology lab. The classes and their teachers, Aly...
Channel 10 promotes local area events, people, sports
Channel 10, a channel available through Emery Telcom cable, is expanding its coverage of events in Carbon and Emery Counties and is creating a lineup of shows that covers a wide range activities, happenings and people in the area....
State library joins Utahfutures.org
The Utah State Library is making an investment in Utah's workforce future by partnering with other state agencies to support UtahFutures.org, a free website that helps Utahns chose career paths. ...
Campaign signs defaced around the county
A campaign sign asking residents to vote for Robb Radley for Carbon County Sheriff was damaged sometime in the last few days when someone stuck stickers on it that said "Don't, Don't" and then the culprit(s) drew a beard and horns on the candidat...
7th annual Community Health Fair set for Oct. 12
"Creating a Healthier Community", that's what it's all about, agree the members of the local C.H.A.T. team. (Community Health Awareness Team)
Twitchell fire could grow, sending more smoke to Carbon
After slowing due to higher humidity from a cold front Sept. 22, the Twitchell Canyon Fire continues to burn and may pick up speed again.
Chamber of Commerce to host 'Meet Candidates Night' next Monday
In looking towards the immediate city and county general elections on Nov. 2, the Carbon County Chamber Of Commerce Board of Directors would like to invite all voters to participate in a "Meet the Candidates" night scheduled for Oct. 4 at the Car...
Deer and elk hunt season changes put on hold, some areas face cutbacks
Members of the Utah Wildlife Board want hunters to see more buck deer during Utah's general hunts. That goal has led the Division of Wildlife Resources to put on hold big game hunting ideas it has shared with hunters over the past several months....
Price Fire Department to host open house on fire prevention
Carbon County youth will have the opportunity to learn about and practice skills involved in Fire Prevention and Emergency Services.