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Published September 21, 2010

Carbon County News

A day just for kids (and bikes and boards)

Young people from all over the county cluster around the prize bicycles, scooters and skateboards to be given away at the 34th Kiwanis Kids' Day at Washington Park Saturday.The event featured games and contests and plenty of food. About 2,400 hot...

Range Creek plan seeks to balance multiple interests

Why did the Ancient Ones leave Range Creek 700 years ago and what were they afraid of while they were there? Those are two of many good, unanswered questions about the so-called Fremont Indians facing researchers headed by the University of Utah ...

Sweets fire devastates town in 1939

In 1939 people didn't realize what was looming on the horizon of world events, other than to know that part of the world, far away was at war.

Moose X-ing in canyon

It is a good idea to brake for bull moose, as this photo by Richard Safley demonstrates. This big guy nearly spans a whole lane of the highway through Huntington Canyon just above Old Folks Flat....

Raffle to benefit Boys and Girls Club of Carbon County

Tony Basso RV and ATV has donated an Artic Cat 700 ATV which is being drawn for this weekend through ticket donations. All proceeds go directly to the club. A party for the club drawing will be held Saturday between noon and 2 p.m. ...

Going from Price to Hollywood

One Carbon County dog will be seeing a lot of stars soon, both on the sidewalks and in person.

H1N1 flu has more complications than others

A recent study by researchers at the University of Utah determined that the 2009 pandemic influenza A (H1N1) caused a higher rate of neurological complications in children than the seasonal flu. The most common complications observed were seizure...

Gunplay in ECC may lead to new ordinance

After hearing public complaints about people shooting guns near residences and other public areas, the East Carbon City council is looking into the possibility of amending a shooting ordinance....

$3 million Fairgrounds project begins

The County Fairgrounds Arena looks different without a grandstand. The metal bleachers that used to seat thousands of rodeo and demolition derby fans are gone, as are the roof and all the fixtures. ...

Rio Theatre to stage Shakespearean spoof

"The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)," by Adam Long, Daniel Singer and Jess Winfield is performing three shows at The Rio Theatre in Helper this weekend.

Federal, state budget woes could 'trickle down' locally

Local government leaders must brace themselves to withstand the coming budgetary collision of entitlement programs and funding obligations at the federal and state levels, local officials were told at the annual conference of the Utah League of C...

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