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Published June 15, 2010

Carbon County News

County gets $5 million for Nine Mile, but-


The Utah Permanent Community Impact Board has awarded $5 million in grants and loans to Carbon County to continue improvements in Nine Mile Canyon.

13 years in school, not one day missed


When Brett Davis first stepped foot into his kindergarten class 13 years ago, he was starting the long journey every student embarks on in their school career. He arrived at school on the first day and soon it became a ritual, day after day, week...

Sweet words to the stranded: Search and Rescue is coming


For a lot of people, hearing about the Carbon County Search and Rescue team comes only once a year when they hold their benefit demolition derby at the fairgrounds (this year it will be held on June 26). That event is always a lot of fun....

Wellington 'light show' on U.S. 6


It happens every few seconds on U.S. 6 heading into Wellington - lights on the radar speed detector begin to flash, then brake lights flash as motorists slow down to 40 mph. Apparently the sign works, so in July the Utah Department of Transportat...

Kids' Day at Gigliotti Pond


Youngsters and parents enjoy a break in the weather Saturday at the Gigliotti pond in Helper. A capacity crowd turned out for the annual Kids' Day. The event was sponsored by the Division of Wildlife Resources, KUSA/KASL Radio and the Kiwanis Clu...

Something is there that loves a wall


A group of scouts from Santaquin take turns bouncing off the Carbon County Recreation Department's climbing wall during a recent rappelling workshop. The portable wall has become a fixture at county events for more than a decade now. According to...

Southeastern Utah fishing report as of June 11


Freeze/thaw cycles: Depending on elevation and weather conditions, lakes and reservoirs may be open or frozen on any given day. Smaller mountain waters generally freeze overnight and thaw by early afternoon. Larger bodies of water are more resist...

Tea anyone? Local girls get chance to be princesses for a day


Disneyland made it's way to Price for one day as local girls got the chance to meet some of their favorite Disney movie characters at a Princess Tea Party held in the auditorium at the Carbon School District building on Saturday, June 12....

Wellington trims budget, will seek legislative help


Wellington City's budget for the year ahead reduces city spending on municipal services by more than $100,000 from this year. The City Council unanimously adopted its fiscal year 2011 budget Wednesday, calling for $724,800 in the general fund. Fo...

Bighorn watch set for Saturday


Sunnyside residents have an advantage no one else in Utah has-they get to share their town with a herd of wild Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep. On June 19, others can share that experience at a free viewing event hosted by the Divisions of Wildlife ...

Lunatic Triathlon Volunteers needed


Carbon County Recreation is looking for volunteers to help line the streets, direct traffic, help with aid stations and other various jobs on Friday, June 25 at 9 p.m. They would love for as many willing a capable bodies to come out and join them...

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