|Published October 20, 2009|
Carbon County News
Helper council accepts CIB money
On Oct.1, the Helper museum received a total of $300,000 from the Community Impact Board (CIB) to expand and upgrade the Western Mining and Railroad Museum. Although half of the money was a loan which will be paid back over the next 30 years, the...
Halloween looms large as kids at schools get pumpkins from local business
Students at Pinnacle Canyon Academy pick out pumpkins from the back of a truck parked in front of the school on Friday. Each year agent Richard Hackwell of Farm Bureau Insurance travels around to elementary schools in the area with pumpkins so th...
Plans already in works for 2010 business fair
Despite the fact the last minute of the Castle Country Business Market took place only a couple of weeks ago, the committee that is helping to plan for next year is already busy making plans....
Please release me, let me go
It's not often during deer season, especially the day before the general rifle hunt opens, that a live deer bounding away is sight for all to see. Last Friday, though, it happened just that way....
Law does not provide a Social Security COLA for coming year
With consumer prices down over the past year, monthly Social Security and Supplemental Security Income benefits for more than 57 million Americans will not automatically increase in 2010. This will be the first year without an automatic Cost-of-L...
Fire safety is part of Halloween planning
Halloween plans typically include frightful activities, and paying attention to a few safety tips can make the difference between having a frightfully-fun experience versus a frightfully-tragic one....
Vandals hit facilities in Spring Canyon, create expensive mess
The restrooms that were installed at the end of the Spring Canyon walking trail a few years ago have been hit hard by vandals who painted them on two outside walls, the entrance walls and one wall inside the building....
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