|Published December 22, 2009|
Carbon County News
Helper decides to pay big power bill
As Helper City nears the end of the year, several issues from last year were resolved on Dec. 17. One such issue involving Utah Power and Light related to a disputed power bill in the amount of $60,000. ...
Find in the forest
While many area residents know about the remains of ancient peoples in Range Creek, rock art in Nine Mile Canyon and the San Rafael Swell, few consider the fact that some of these same people populated the Wasatch Plateau and some of its canyons ...
Water main break turns yards into ice rinks
A water main break east of Wellington caused a flood of H2O to flow along the side of Highway 6 and into yards of a number of houses on Friday morning. Price River Water Improvement District personnel were on the scene shutting off the water and ...
Fire chief plans to retire council hears
On Dec. 9, the Wellington City Council held a regularly-scheduled meeting. During the council session, Wellington's fire chief announced that he has decided to retire. Sam Espinoza's last day on the job will be Jan 3, 2010. In the next few weeks,...
Special equipment brought in to pick up machine
A 75 ton track hoe fell off the side of a trailer during transport through Willow Creek Canyon last Tuesday, and no cranes in the area were powerful enough to pick it up and right it. Sunday the canyon was partially blocked while a number of truc...
Price council approves projects
Price City has given the go-ahead to several measures that will further city projects, but will also generate expenditures. According to the approved consented agenda from Dec. 16, the city will spend around $910,453.92 on a total of five project...
Building a fort for snow defense
Corina, Brittny, and Tyson Bridge along with Tyler Pete and Lee the dog, are making constructive and fun use of the last winter storm snow fall.
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