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Published May 20, 2010

Carbon County News

Foster parents fill 'empty nest' with 25 children


Dan and Verna Higbee have been involved with the Utah Foster Care system for about 11 years. Over the years they have taken care of over 25 children and each one has left an indelible mark on their lives. In the living room they have a clock hung...

Seth Allred: Every day counts for education


Seth Allred says his long-term goal is to take good care of the short-term. "You have to realize that one day in school is one day that children will never get back," he explains. ...

A call for Flowers


This Saturday the project to place at least one flower on the estimated 25,000 graves in Carbon County begins in earnest as groups of people will roll up to various cemeteries and begin the work....

Public can view next step in dinosaur discovery


The ten-dollar word for it is "taphonomy," literally meaning the study of the grave. But we'll call it Jurassic CSI - recreating the scene of a dinosaur's death and burial that happened some 140 million years ago. ...

Salt Lake County Citizen Service Award includes locals


The Salt Lake/Carbon County Cadaver Dog Team consists of nine dog handler teams. Seven of these teams are civilian handlers: Tina Hedricks, Jennifer Lopez, Brenda Mehl, Misty Atkinson, Mona Dean McGinnis, Janarie Cammans, Bret Cammans and their K...

Nielson Construction holds its first annual truck rodeo competition


Nielson Construction held its first annual truck rodeo competition on Saturday, May 15 at the Carbon County Fairgrounds. The rodeo had 23 drivers competing to score the most points by completing a driving course with eight different obstacles to ...

4 Carbon High students chosen for Girls State


Four Carbon High School girls have been chosen to represent their school at this year's Girls State gathering at Southern Utah University June 7 to 12.

Starting up a garden in the community


As the spring begins to turn into summer, the food bank is doing its part in trying to help the local community.

Wellington to control city cemetery traffic


The Wellington City Cemetery will control vehicle traffic over the Memorial Day holiday by setting up designated parking spaces for visitors. Visitors will be able to drive to the cemetery as usual, but will have to walk a short distance to the ...

Conservation stewardship program signups going on


Landowners still have time to sign up for the Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP) administered by the USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS).

Wellington bookmobile to host authors, forest service


People in Wellington have a reading and information resource. The Carbon County bookmobile program has a repository library in Wellington that is located at 150 W. Main behind the city hall....

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