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Carbon County News

A 760,000-buck truck

For some it may seem overkill for a county that has no building more than three stories high. But for Paul Bedont, the Chief of the Price Fire Department, it is a needed addition to his department's ability to provide fire protection and provide pub...

Sunnyside preserves traditional paper ballots and boxes

By the narrowest of margins, all three Sunnyside city council incumbents have been re-elected to another term at city hall. Kelly Maynes, Shari Madrid and Froylan Garcia all maintained their positions following Tuesday's election with Garcia winning...

USU Eastern students argue for extension for terminated staff, administration agrees

USU Eastern adminstrators got the message: giving long-time student services staff only a week to make life-changing decisions is not enough time.

Health Department seeks input on Medicaid

The Utah Department of Health is asking for public input as the state embarks on another effort to transform Medicaid. If approved by the federal government, the new pilot program will require a select group of fewer than 100 Medicaid enrollees to g...

Creekview kids get a backstage look at 'Romeo and Juliet'

Fifty-six budding Shakespearean scholars from the Creekview Elementary School PEAK (Providing Experiences and Activities for KIDS) program visited Utah State University-College of Eastern Utah this week. Their purpose was to get some behind the scen...

Some of the people have spoken

Light voter turnout leads to narrow margins of victory in city elections

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