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Published August 11, 2009

Carbon County News

Death results in jailing


An argument among campers at the Price Recreation Area last Friday night reportedly resulted in the death of a Salt Lake man.

Sims Metal adds to county scrap deal


With summer's end approaching, local lawmakers continued to conduct county business at the last commission meeting.

Extra Mile America rides through Utah, across country


Shawn Anderson rides through Price last Friday as part of his project Extra Mile America. Starting in San Francisco, Calif., Anderson will eventually make his way to Boston, Mass. Along the way, he hopes to stop at 21 cities to find inspirationa...

Helper looks to redefine property zoning policies


A distinguishing trait of Helper is the city's lack of space. Everything in the town is close and, while in some ways the situation can be a good thing, it can be restrictive in others....

Emergency crews respond to three-vehicle wreck last Friday on Main in Price


Law enforcement and emergency personnel assist at the Aug. 7 scene of a three-vehicle accident at 700 East Main in Price. After allegedly running a red light, a vehicle driven by Weston Hamaker of Price collided with second automobile operated by...

IRS identity theft scams plague nation through email


The United States Internal Revenue Service cautions Carbon County consumers to avoid identity theft scams using the IRS name, logo or website.

That Good Old "Pasture-ized" Water!!!


All four of Louis and Louisa Durand's children gathered for a family reunion during the middle of May. When asked about their longevity and health, they claim good genes, good food and good old pasteurized water (you know, the water that ran thro...

EC museum opens


East Carbon has long anticipated the opening of their new town museum and that event was well attended when it took place last week.

DWR conducts checkpoint


On Saturday the Division of Wildlife Resources conducted an administrative checkpoint near the junction of U.S. Highway 6 and State Route 96, the Scofield Reservoir turn-off. During a six hour period, motorists traveling east along Route 96 were ...

Teaching Children School Bus Safety


If your children take the school bus, it is your responsibility to teach them proper safety habits. After all, taking a school bus can have certain risks.

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