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During sequestration, area's poor face a 'heat or eat' winter choice


As a second round of sequestration has begun, the Southeastern Utah Association of Local Governments is scrambling to serve multiple programs and a growing need with dwindling resources. ...

111 years after his death, a policeman's grave gets a monument


Scofield police officer Thomas Nalley lay nine days dying of wounds and then his body spent 111 years at rest in an unmarked grave. While the Utah Law Enforcement Memorial could not change that sad chapter in Carbon County history, it did give ...

School athlete safety gets attention


With recent events taking place involving school athlete injuries, principals, athletic directors and other administrators from around Region 12 discussed safety issues among other topics at their monthly meeting on Monday....

CHS gets high ranking in state scores


When the legislature mandated that all schools get letter grades, it was a blow to many who felt that system of grading schools was too simplistic.

Castleview acquires EU Surgical Center


Castleview Hospital and Eastern Utah Surgical Center announced Wednesday they will join forces to strengthen the surgical services available to patients in central and eastern Utah. ...

Morgan Lund will star in Discovery Channel series


Helper actor Morgan Lund has a starring role in a Discovery Channel mini-series that debuts Oct. 11 at 7 p.m. Lund plays the leader of a small band of Boston adventurers headed for the California gold rush of 1848-49....

American Dueling Pianos to perform at CJC fund raiser


Friends of the CJC will present American Dueling Pianos in a fund raising performance at the Carbon County Event Center on Oct. 11. Show time is 8 p.m.

Next at Gallery East: 'Drawn Out Words'


Words and images tell stories with the purpose to increase and share understanding says Patrick Wilkey, associate professor of graphic design at Utah Valley University and owner of Visio Communications. ...

Utah's Count My Vote initiative looks for traction


Is Utah's electoral process for picking candidates for election one of the worst in the country?




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