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Carbon County News

Elections rule the day in Carbon: Dems keep control locally, but close commission race still up for grabs

One Carbon County Commission race looked like a sure thing all evening, while the other was neck and neck with one candidate jumping ahead and then the other doing the same thing as election results came in Tuesday evening. ...

Elections rule the day in Carbon: Split tickets favor GOP in state, national contests; Matheson holds on

In the battle between Red and Blue for state and national offices, color us mauve.

PRWID board says no to extra pay for night shift work

The Price River Water Improvement District won't be paying workers at its water plant extra money for working night and graveyard shifts.

City wants new home for Kokopelli

Kokopelli may be more famous locally than originally thought.

County voters favor all amendments

Carbon County voters gave majority support for all four proposed amendments to the Utah Constitution.

School district pan sale under way

Carbon Food Service annual pan sale is here again at the Carbon School District office. Residents line up to buy professional quality kitchen cookware and accessories. This sale, always during voting time, runs Nov. 2, 3 and 4, and monies go to t...

Manti-La Sal looking for project ideas

Individuals and groups with ideas to benefit the Manti-La Sal National Forest may now have an opportunity to see those ideas become a reality.

Forest Christmas tree permits on sale soon

Christmas tree permits will be on sale at the Supervisor's Office of the Manti-La Sal National Forest beginning Nov. 15 at a cost of $10 each.

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