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Carbon County News

Mellor wins commission race by razor-thin margin

Victory creates historic first - all Republicans on commission

Small town's big plans begin to blossom

A reclamation project that began in 2009 will conclude over the next couple of weeks as Wellington City begins work on a new urban fishery and park project where the Knight-Ideal Coal Plant once stood. ...

UDOT invested almost $300 million in Castle Country roads since 1997

Since 2007 the Utah Department of Transportation have spent $118 million in Carbon County to improve the roads.

CHS senior will represent Utah in U.S. Senate Youth Program in nation's capital

Carbon High School senior Anna Bryner has been chosen as one of two Utah students to participate as a delegate in the prestigious U.S. Senate Student Youth Program. Along with student delegates from other states, she will spend a week in Washington, ...

SBA disaster loans available for Carbon flood victims

Low-interest federal disaster loans are available to Utah residents and business owners affected by severe storms and flooding that occurred in Carbon County on September 27, U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Administrator Maria Contreras-Swee...

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