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Published September 30, 2008

Carbon County News

County details voting criteria for multiple upcoming elections

Carbon residents have until Oct. 20 to register in person at the county clerk's office to vote in the upcoming local, state and presidential elections.

Wellington confirms new tower, considers changes in fee schedule

Wellington city officials considered several motions during the Sept. 24 council meeting. Most notably, they finalized their agreement to install a new cell tower and set a date for a public review of fee schedule increases for city residents. A ...

Drivers reminded of impending wet conditions

With the beginning of fall at hand Carbon drivers are reminded to watch for inclement conditions as a little care could save a life, according to the driving information available at

Students complete improvement project at service center

Students Ian Reynolds, Brooke Tomadakis, Nina Shrewsbury, Candy Taylor, Andrea Sandoval, Ame'e Averett and Melodie Robinson from the Literary Club and FCCLA paint the deck at a local community support center. The teachers advising the youth inclu...

Seniors enjoy 'old time' entertainment by local musician

Heirloom resident Gus Pollastro of Helper dances to accordion man James Eaquinto of East Carbon.

Wellington youth wins grand champion title at state fair

Lyn Wells shows off her market lamb at the state fair. The Wellington youth captured the grand champion title at the statewide competition. Lyn is the daughter of Glen and Tammy Wells....

Street Rodder Magazine's 13th Annual road tour blazes through Carbon County

Last month, Bo Huff hosted Jerry Dixey, contributing editor of Street Rodder Magazine, and his 13th annual tour at the East Carbon Museum. The tour of about 35 cars came through Carbon County as a pit stop on their way back from speed weed at the...

Accidents more than just numbers

Motor vehicle crashes continue to kill more teens ages 15-19 in Utah than any other cause.

CEU's music department schedules fall concert on Oct. 2 at Rio Theater

The first fall concert produced by the College of Eastern Utah's music department will be presented Oct. 2 at 7:30 p.m. at the Rio Theater in downtown Helper.

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