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Published July 17, 2008

Carbon County News

Carbon County resident injured in U.S. 6 traffic accident near Soldiers Summit


A Utah Highway Patrol Trooper guides an AirMed helicopter into place after a collision between a semi-tractor and a car on U.S. Highway 6 near Soldier Summit at approximately 6 p.m. injured a man. On Tuesday. Sgt. Jeff Nigbur of the Utah Highway Patr...

Helper shelter continues with mission


The name may have changed, but the services offered by the former Golden Rule Mission are staying the same for now.

Company applies test coating along road in Nine Mile


A project to repair and cover part of Nine Mile Canyon road with a different kind of stabilizer is moving along.

UDOT crews slurry seal street in east county


Work crews from the Utah Department of Transportation slurry seal the class C road in the East Carbon area. The yearly project helps expand the life of the highways and streets by sealing the roads from the elements. ...

Biking, walking cut refueling costs


As gas prices continue to climb, many Carbon County residents are turning to different modes of transportation to travel around the community. According to the National Heart Foundation, the steep rise in gas prices may be hurting the pocketbook, but...

Royalty reign at Wellington rodeo


Members of the Wellington rodeo royalty take a break in the Price Peace Gardens last week. The royalty include the queen, Kelsey Gillespie of Price,the daughter of Clint and Kim Gillespie; first attendant, Chandelle Rudman of Wellington, the daughter...

Carbon County residents face paying significant natural gas price increases


For Carbon County residents who call Questar and want to set up a level pay plan with the utility company, a shock may well be in store.

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