|Published February 28, 2013|
Carbon County News
Law enforcement finds lots of bruises upon arrival
Multiple law enforcement agencies converged on the parking area which surrounds Price's Holiday Inn Saturday night amid reports of an assault in progress.
Facts about, changes in pre-school rings the bell
Board discusses changes, competition with private business
Cattle, sheep tags show vivid history
Grazing permits on federal land were first issued by the U S Forest Service in 1906. Grazing permits issued on the rest of the federal land came about after the passage of the Taylor Grazing Act of 1934. By June 1935 over 65 million acres had been p...
East Carbon joining forces with Community Covenant Program
Working to provide all of the services and honor possible to both veteran and active military members Lt. Mike Williams of the Utah Army National Guard approached the East Carbon City Council Tuesday night to advocate the Joining Community Forces an...
USU partners with communities on tax preparation
American Express, Southeastern Association of Local Governments, USU Eastern and Community Action Partnership of Utah are all working together to serve the people of the Carbon, Emery, Grand and San Juan County through the VITA program. ...
Carbon native to perform at Civic Auditorium
Tarasina Compagni, a former Price resident, will be returning to her hometown for a concert on Saturday, March 9 at the Price Civic Auditorium at 7 p.m.
Forest Service plans prescribed burn
In Joes Valley snow is beginning to recede around the trunks of trees and the Forest Service will be taking advantage of the conditions to conduct a prescribed understory burn. The burn, scheduled for March 4-7, will focus on the litter at the base...
Support for those who help
Chamber of Commerce President Bobbi Ockey presents a big copy of a big check to Nancy Bentley, director of Active Re-Entry. The $2,105 represents the proceeds of a silent auction held at the chamber banquet and is earmarked for Perkie Travel. Per...
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