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Published May 11, 2010

Carbon County News

Carbon District names new superintendent of schools

The Carbon Board of Education announced their choice of a new superintendent Wednesday evening after a lengthy search through a citizens committee and by the board itself. ...

Community Flowers

All around the community people are making platic flowers by the hundreds each day. Why?

Price, East Carbon teams begin play

A pitcher from the Sutherland's little league team gets ready to throw the ball in one of the first games played on Saturday morning. Teams from Price and East Carbon began little league play this past weekend with parades and games. Wellington a...

Cat Canyon accident causes delays on Highway 6

A car trying to pass a truck was left totaled after it ran into another truck on a section of U.S. Highway 6 Thursday morning.

Dugout employees help to clean up Nine Mile Road

Dugout Canyon Mine may be temporarily shut down by a "hot spot" in a coal seam, but miners aren't out of work. They are just getting a chance to work in broad daylight for a change. These miners are cleaning up the roadside of Ninemile Canyon Roa...

Man extracted from truck after accident

A Price man needed to be extracted from his vehicle after a one car accident Monday morning.

Spring Glen artist wins international recognition

Spring Glen artist Sandy Wisecup has won international honors from the American Academy of Equine Art, Inc. Her watercolor painting "Bending 2" was chosen as the signature piece that will represent equestrian art for the 2010 World Equestrian Gam...

Helper looks to more green ideas

Helper Mayor Dean Armstrong, in a shift from his predecessors views, encouraged the council to adopt a policy that allows green energy produced by Helper residents and businesses to be utilized and follow Utah's net metering regulations that are ...

Wellington gives up right-of-way

Dale King had his request for the city to vacate a right-of-way on his property approved on Wednesday April 28.

DWR will be checking vehicles

The Division of Wildlife Resources (DWR) is planning to conduct a number of administrative checkpoints in Utah this spring and summer. Checkpoints provide a means to contact a lot of people along the state's transportation arteries. Anglers can e...

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