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Published July 20, 2010

Carbon County News

Police seek leads in cold cases


Area law enforcement agencies are asking for citizren help in solving cold cases.

Scofield Triathlon


The highest elevation triathlon in the United States drew more than 350 competitors, and hundreds more to cheer them on, to Scofield Saturday. The event includes long-distance races in swimming, biking and running - one after another. Competitors...

Shoot-out at old Castle Gate


The Old West was alive and well, complete with rifles, revolvers and shotguns and confrontations with some mean characters, as shooters from all over the country came to compete in the 2010 Single Action Shooting Society 2010 Utah State Champions...

Horses take walking tour of Price


A blast from the past is recreated Sunday on Price 5th Avenue as Daisy and Sally lead the way for Sam Brown and Tiffany Johnson. These standard brand horses, all decked out in fancy bling, pull the colorful (un)covered wagon. Brown and his father...

Decked out for Lincoln Exhibit at Western Mining and Railroad Museum


The Western Mining and Railroad Museum in Helper recently hosted the "Abraham Lincoln self made in America" exhibit. Les and Randee Schultz, both in era clothing, proudly show off their personal collection of reproductions of the Civil War era. ...

Coal's decline could press economy - again


Waves of immigrants flooded into Carbon County a century ago to work the mines, but for most of the years since 1950, the county has been a net exporter of people.

Wellington 'wish list' now includes skate park at Knight-Ideal coal site


There was extra room on the 17 acres of the abandoned Knight-Ideal loadoat property, so the mayor and city council of Wellington asked state mine reclamation planners to put a skate park on the blueprint. ...

Rocky Mountain Power warns customers of fraud


Rocky Mountain Power has received additional reports from customers reporting fraudulent telephone calls from parties claiming to be a representative of Rocky Mountain Power. ...

New coaches named


Late Monday afternoon news that Utah State University College of Eastern Utah had picked new coaches in its athletic departments was released.

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