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Published July 13, 2010

Carbon County News

Explosion rattles NE Price, police search for suspects


An explosion on the Northeast side of Price sent shock waves felt by residents all across town on Wednesday night, according to the Price City Police Department.

Employers finding rehab beats firing for drug problems


Seeking out help for a drug problem in the workplace can be a tough mountain to climb for both employers and their employees. One option may just be terminating the employee and moving on with another. But now with the help of a local group, busi...

Not usually for campers, but this is an exception


Helper City Park was turned into a campground on Friday night when the International Brotherhood of Motorcycle Campers stopped in for an overnight visit. There were riders from 10 states and Canada. Many of the riders pulled small self-contained ...

Greek Festival menu features fun, food


Greek folk dancers dressed in traditional garb entertain visitors throughout the day and evening at the Orthodox Church of the Assumption during the annual Greek Festival Friday and Saturday. The food, a labor of love that took weeks to prepare, ...

Event Center will collaborate, not compete for visitors


The Fairgrounds Event Center is not out to compete with local businesses, and county commissioners on Wednesday set some ground rules to make sure it won't.

Kenilworth man killed in tragic crash


Wayne Christiansen, a 64-year-old Kenilworth man, was killed Sunday night in a head-on collision with a semi truck just east of Soldier Summit. The Utah Highway Patrol said Christiansen apparently was heading east toward Price when he struck an e...

Hatch, Bennett ask for release of report


United States Sens. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) and Bob Bennett (R-Utah) are urging Interior Secretary Ken Salazar to make public the Inspector General's report on the Obama administration's decision last year to cancel 77 oil and gas leases in Utah....

2010 Tony Basso GM Black Diamond Pro Am and Open


Chris Moody, of Provo, won the 2010 Tony Basso GM Black Diamond Open after shooting a 66 on Saturday and 66 on Sunday, finishing at -8 under par. Moody is now a two-time winner of the event, also winning the tournament in 2007....

Sunnyside and East Carbon City Community Daze 2010


After months of planning and preparing for the big event, the day had finally arrived, and for many who attended, it was a day filled with sunny skies and plenty of fun.

Deep story revealed at Senior Center


The story of the new Carbon County Senior Center is much deeper than reported so far. About 300 feet deeper, to be exact.

BLM seeks nominations for RAC assignment


The Bureau of Land Management in Utah is seeking public nominationsfor one open position on its Utah Resource Advisory Council. The BLM will consider the nominations until July 29....

Skyline Mine earns honors


Arch Coal, Inc. announced that Skyline mine has earned top honors for underground mine safety among an eight-state region for a fourth consecutive year.

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