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Published August 12, 2010

Carbon County News

Squirrel gets death for Wellington power outage


A lone squirrel single-handedly paralyzed Wellington Monday by knocking out power across town. The sabotage to the main substation between Price and Wellington was fatal. There was not much of the squirrel left to identify....

Slovenian Days picnic entertainment


Young Haley Baggs joins the band of Frankie Markosek (left) and Olie Olsen in belting out songs for the entertainment of the crowd at the annual Slovenian Days at Washington Park in Price. The event celebrates the heritage shared by descendants o...

United Methodist Church preparing for Open House


The United Methodist Church, 10 N. 200 E. in Price, will be holding an open house Saturday, Aug. 14 to show the changes made to the church over the past year. A remodeling of the church has been in the works since January which included putting i...

Mid-canyon rest stop to finally reopen under new name


They can call the new rest stop that is dubbed Tie Fork Spanish Fork's rest stop all they want, but Carbon residents know full well that the new facility located on the old site of the Skyview Motel and Sevice Station is really theirs....

A real change at Carbon High School


The new parking lot at Carbon High is a far cry from the old one with its old dividing sidewalks and potholes. The new lot puts cars in a east to west rather than north to south parking configuration. But that isn't all. The spaces are larger and...

FCCLA students bring home gold and more


Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) is a nonprofit national career and technical student organization for young men and women through grade 12 with family as its central focus. Across the country more than 227,000 members in 7...

County Fair hits full swing


Garden produce, flowers, intricate woodwork, home canned goods, paintings, sculptures and other creations began flowing into the Fairgrounds Events Center Tuesday.

Local combat vets find help coping with PTSD


For American combat veterans, going to war is hard enough. They must deal with situations such as roadside bombs, losing fellow soldiers and trying to readjust back into society after completing their service. While soldiers deal with many differ...

'Hitting the reset button' in Helper


While he was out surveying flood damage in his town Aug. 1, Helper Mayor Dean Armstrong did a little multitasking. Street by street, he jotted down the addresses where weeds had become an eyesore....

Phosphorus cleanup could get expensive for PRWID customers


A report about phosphorus and nitrogen in sewer water is not exactly earth-shaking. On the other hand, it is an issue that could cost you as much as $16 extra every month on your sewer bill. ...

USU trustees will conduct workshop on Price Campus


Trustees of Utah State University will hold their annual workshop on the campus of Utah State University-College of Eastern Utah Friday.

Skin cancer danger very high for those in the sun without protection


Summer may be fading fast, but the sun isn't going anywhere. People heading to the sunny spots in August should take precautions. With 3.5 million new cases of skin cancer diagnosed annually, outdoors people need to take sun protection more seri...

Gasoline prices inching up


Utah's average gasoline price is moving up slowly, according to AAA Utah.

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