Travel bureau members tour county's shooting range, construction projects
Heavy equipment operators clear and level the ground for a 1,000 yard rifle venue at the county's shooting range project. Carbon County Travel Bureau members toured the shooting range site last week....
Commissioners delay approval of proposed subdivision development
One of the issues resulting in the county commission's vote to send plans for the Ballpark Subdivision back to the planning and zoning board is 1500 West, the only access for the subdivision....
Residents urged to assist city, county personnel's efforts by cleaning up after outings
Josh Naylor washes down the tables at the pavilion in Sunnyside City Park last Friday. Personnel in Carbon County and all local cities work to keep public areas clean, but the task is often a frustrating job. Residents can assist the efforts by not ...
Youngster Gets Jump Start at Higher Education at CEU Library
Lawrence de Filipo gets an early start at higher education in the College of Eastern Utah Library. The facility is open to the public as well as students Monday through Thursday from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. ...
School District, Ccea Negotiate Tentative Contract
Negotiations between Carbon School District and employee groups regarding wages and benefits are tentatively finished for the 2006-2007 year.
North Helper fire consumes ground cover along tracks, fills valley with smoky haze
Fire chief Mike Zamantakis battles a blaze that occurred last week in north Helper along the railroad tracks. As of press time, officials had not determined how the fire started. The blaze took out a lot of weeds and brush, filling the entire valley ...
Baca Fundraiser Brings in Money for Kids
A fundraising drive for kids by the Bikers Against Child Abuse was very successful on Saturday as a large number of riders participated and had fun while doing it. The 160 mile ride took riders from all over Utah to Sheep Creek, Fairview, Scofield an...
Annual triathlon set for high mountain area
The Drop Dead Gorgeous Triathlon is no more. Instead, this year it will be called the Scofield Triathlon, and will feature over 200 participants.
Wildlife rescue center survives on good will
Many Carbon County residents drive past the unmarked building on Carbonville Road every day without knowing what lies behind the doors and in the backyard.
Price's yard of the month begins soon
As in past years, Price City's Community Progress Committee will be hard at it looking for great yards in town and also wanting to reward people for their hard work.