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Published June 8, 2010

Carbon County News

Fairgrounds to get $3 million in improvements


The Carbon County Fairgrounds is slated to begin a $3 million facelift in a few days.

A closer view of Castle Country


Jon Bailey of Ferron captured this image of a common garden spider a few days ago, showing in detail the eyes and mouth parts. It gives a glimpse of a world seldom seen. Most Castle Country arachnids are harmless, but two types, the black widow a...

Tourist attractions ready as vacation season begins


With the summer season just two weeks away, the temperatures in Carbon County are rising. The hope for many in the county is that the number of tourists does the same thing....

Helper gets new star


Iowa sculptor Marie Truscott Lentsch has not forgetten her home town of Helper, and to make that point visible she has given the city five points - a star, a nine-foot-tall, 500-pound stainless steel sculpture that now graces the front of City Ha...

Helper pond to feature activities for youth


Gigliotti Pond in Helper is going to be busy this week.

Local students go to history fair nationals


Chantz Richens and Samantha Tatton, students at Mont Harmon Junior High, were invited to the National History Fair with their exhibits. Tatton won second place in the individual exhibit category at the Utah State History Fair for her project on c...

Why I chose to serve our country


On Dec. 22, 2009, I was sworn into the United States Army. On June 8, 2010, I will ship out to Fort Benning, Ga. There I will complete the nine week boot camp; upon graduation I will attend AIT (Advanced Individual Training) for five weeks. I hav...

Alternative energy firm to study Scofield wind


The Carbon County Planning Commission has granted a conditional use permit for an alternative energy company to erect a 197-foot tall wind measuring tower near Scofield.

Swimmer drowns at Huntington Lake in Sunday accident


A Huntington man drowned Sunday afternoon at Huntington Lake State Park.

Time left to sign up for Conservation Stewardship Program


Carbon and Emery County landowners still have time to sign up for the Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP) at their local Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) office but the deadline for getting signed up for the second CSP ranking per...

Former Price resident honored as one of Utah's best young businessmen


Price native Jason Phillip Dunn has been named one of Utah's best young business leaders by Utah Business magazine. Mr. Dunn, the son of Kevin and Rita Dunn of Price, was featured in the "Forty Under 40" article in a recent edition of the magazin...

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