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Published June 12, 2008

Carbon County News

Zoning commission moves on proposal


Aggie Peirce and Tonda Hansen talk about the rezoning issue that brought them back to planning and zoning.

East Carbon council ratifies land sale


East Carbon maintenance supervisor Darwin Christensen aids city youth in beautification efforts at city hall.

East Carbon council ratifies land sale


East Carbon maintenance supervisor Darwin Christensen aids city youth in beautification efforts at city hall.

Helper’s residents young and old catching a case of beautification fever


In 1910 Helper residents pulled on their ice skates and twirled around the outdoor ice rink. The red circle shows the fireplace that still stands today and is being repaired and restored....

Helper's residents young and old catching a case of beautification fever


In 1910 Helper residents pulled on their ice skates and twirled around the outdoor ice rink. The red circle shows the fireplace that still stands today and is being repaired and restored....

Girls just want to have fun as a maintenence problem turns into summer fun


Molly Banks, Sydney Orth, Emily Jespersen & Lindsey Jespersen enjoy splashing in a puddle formed from a broken sprinkler line near the Dino-Mine Park on Monday evening. Many children gathered at the newly made pond and enjoyed the water until the sun...

Zoning commission moves on proposal


Aggie Peirce and Tonda Hansen talk about the rezoning issue that brought them back to planning and zoning.

Castle Valley News Briefs


Carbon County residents are invited to meet candidates, early voting underway

Harsh winds cause property damage in Spring Glen


Robert Saez of Kenilworth looks over his yard after he discovered one of the Cottonwood trees in his backyard was blown over by the wind on Wednesday morning. The wind that blew into town on Tuesday afternoon and continued throughout the night into W...

Helper's Heritage Days


A feud over the winners of the bordello bed race ended in a shootout Saturday with team members who found their mattress to serve more than one purpose.

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