|Published April 2, 2009|
Carbon County News
State auditor releases report
On March 23, the state auditor's office issued a management letter detailing the results of an investigation into allegations of conflict of interest, improper cash receipting and inappropriate grant revenue disbursement transactions at Helper's ...
Volunteer firefighters undergo intensive training
With fire season well underway, new recruits from the Helper, Wellington, East Carbon and Sunnyside fire departments are taking part in training which will teach them basic fire fighting, rescue and hazardous materials response skills to ensure b...
Carbon youth makes use of idle time as March becomes April
Brendin Bigelow entertains himself as his grandparents wait in line at the Department of Motor Vehicles on March 31. Due to procrastination, the office was filled with long lines as Carbon residents paid registration fees making their motor vehic...
Bite not intentional, as child is treated quickly by paramedics
An incident between a drug dog and an 18 month old girl at the Carbon County Events Center during the Preparedness Fair on March 26 was a total accident according to county law enforcement officials....
Drilling company continues expansion
Bill Barrett Co. explores land near Carbon's Bookcliff mountains
CEU presents "Endgame" as last play of college season
"There is nothing funnier than unhappiness," is said, by the writer of the play Endgame, Samuel Beckett. It is the most important quote in the entire play.
Understanding a parents layoff
If your mother or father has been laid off, it can make the economic crisis that so many people have been talking about really hit home.
News personality to attend Palm Sunday breakfast
Although he was forced to cancel an appearance at last year's Palm Sunday breakfast in Helper due to inclement weather, Brian Mullahy, noted KUTV Channel 2 newscaster, promises to be on hand for this year's event Sunday, April 5, as the guest spe...
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