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Carbon County News

Biologist/photographer says Castle Country's landscapes 'cool' but taken for granted

The wildlife and landscapes around Price as seen through the eyes of Mike King are featured in a Photography Exhibit at the USU Eastern Prehistoric Museum Art Gallery. "Sixty Miles From Price" opened with a reception Thursday evening, and can be expe...

Youth runs away, hops on train, gets captured at Scofield junction

A 16-year old Lighthouse High School student facing a disciplinary issue fled the school Tuesday and, said Price Police Captain Bill Barnes, "basically ran away."

Pinnacle High School submits movie to Sundance

Zombie movies have become so commonplace over the past several years that a new pop subculture has arisen and it seems, won't die. The theme is popular in movies, television, commercials and especially, Halloween costumes. ...

Food Bank shares its harvest with community

The Carbon County Food Bank grew and harvested a bumper crop of fruits and vegetables this year from the Community Garden, about 8,500 pounds worth of produce. On Saturday, the bank shared part of the bounty with the community-at-large with a free Ha...

Montana artist's paintings exhibited at Gallery East

Montana artist Nolan Salix has made the mining industry a major theme of his visceral paintings and he brings his compositions to USU Eastern's Gallery East in a show titled "Precious Perspectives" from Oct. 5 through Nov. 6. ...

CHS Choir is singing louder and more clearly than ever

Arthella Williams runs an excellent choir program for Carbon High School. There are many performances that go on throughout the year, and the choir program has room for any student that has the desire to sing. Every other year, the choir students get...

Student Government has big plans for 2015-16

Last year was a big year for the Carbon High Student Government. It was the beginning of letting freshman join the student government program in high school.

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