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Published July 8, 2010

Carbon County News


It was more than rockets red glare at the County Fairgrounds during the Independence Day fireworks display. A whole spectrum of colors lit the night sky and dazzled spectators....

Double duty for water truck

A Nielson Construction water truck proves that in a pinch it can knock down flames as well as it can suppress dust at a work site. The truck was at the parking lot of Carbon High School Wednesday at about 7:30 a.m. when sparks from a cutting torc...

Helper Council approves revised planning, zoning code

It took about five years of study and effort to accomplish, but Helper City now has a complete zoning code and map, in compliance with revisions mandated by the state.

Golf tourney draws an army of support

A squadron of golfers lines up for an assault on the Carbon County Golf Course before the start of the Ballard Benefit Golf Tournament. The event, held to raise support funds for accident victim Mike Ballard, was deemed a success. Course manager ...

Shakeup: Dalpiaz resigns Democratic chair, Boyack takes over

The Carbon County Democratic central committee voted to make Jean Boyack their new chair person on Tuesday evening, after a rocky spring that had two chairs resign during and after the primary campaigns....

Ambulance rate increases on the way

Utah residents will be paying a higher base rate for ambulance service after a statewide mandate went into effect July 1.

Helper Council wants advice from artists, but no board

Helper has a thriving arts community and those artists would like to help the City in decision-making about public art. Dave Dornan of the Helper Arts Council made the offer of support to the City Council Thursday, suggesting that an advisory boa...

Greek Festival this weekend

The Assumption Greek Othodox Church Annual Greek Festival will begin at 11 a.m. Friday. This is the church's big fund drive of the year, and for many years it has attracted visitors and support from across the county and state....

No more deferrals for Marion Energy, planners decide

Marion Energy, an oil and gas production company, will have to re-apply with the County Planning Commission if it still wants to drill in the Scofield area. Commissioners decided on Tuesday that there will be no more deferrals on the matter after...

ATV trauma rising, U. researchers say

SALT LAKE CITY - Severe trauma to the head and spine resulting from all-terrain vehicle (ATV) accidents are increasing dramatically according to research released from the University of Utah Department of Neurosurgery. The research, to be publis...

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