|Published January 8, 2008|
Helper mayor, council explore options to improve city's library
Jessyca Martin, age 8, kicks back to catch up on her reading in the children's section at the Helper City Library.
New Year's baby joins Carbon County community on Jan. 5
Johna Christensen and Travis Fisher of Price cuddle Carbon County's New Year's baby, Isaiah Tavis John Fisher. Weighing 8 pounds 12 ounces and measuring 21 inches, the infant was born Jan. 5 at 8:14 p.m....
Price residents pitch in to clear snow from sidewalks, driveways in neighborhood
Richard Root and Craig Johnson remove snow for neighbor Lamar Edwards in Price during the weekend. Winter weather frequently brings out the best in local residents, especially when they see people struggling to clear the snow from sidewalks, paths an...
CIB Awards Funds for Road Projects
Three Carbon County road improvement projects got the last needed boost from the Utah Permanent Community Impact Board on Jan. 3.
Utility company stresses importance of preparing for electrical power outages
Severe weather conditions, accidents and numerous unpredictable situations can create power outages.
UHP Requires Chains on Large Trucks Traveling Saturday from Helper to Spanish Fork
Traffic slows to a crawl on U.S. Highway 6 last Saturday. The Utah Highway Patrol stopped large trucks and informed drivers that chains were required to travel through the canyon to Spanish Fork. Motorists reported that the drive took at least two ...
Patio covering collapses under weight of heavy, wet snow falling across Castle Valley
A Carbon county resident inspects furniture that was on the patio of a house where an awning collapsed during the snow storm on Saturday. While damage across the area was not large, many smaller incidents did occur during last weeks storms, making so...
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