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Published September 28, 2010

Carbon County News

Public land for all uses - but not on every acre, BLM's Utah director says

Juan Palma, the man responsible for managing more Utah land than all private owners combined, said he's a strong believer in multiple use on public lands, but that "multiple use is not possible on every square acre."...

Field of dreams

The words from the movie are something like, "If you build it, they will come." The question is, "But will they come to build it?" In Helper, the answer is yes.

Price, Greyhound agree on permanent station location

Price and Carbon County residents won't have to worry about losing any transportation to get around the state as Greyhound Lines and Price City came to an agreement on a permanent location for a bus stop in town....

Artists in residence

Last year, Helper Junior High School art students entered a statewide competition for K-8 art. Students all over the state submitted their work to the competition sponsored by The Utah Department of Museums. ...

Do not take a nap near this tree...

...or else a few of these turkey vultures will mistake you for lunch. A flock of about 20 of the big birds are resting in this west Price tree near the river. The rest of the birds were on other branches. The birds are migratory, so they probably...

Community helps identify players from Helper Mercantile Little League team in 1952

Back row standing L to R: Bruce Christenson, Jimmy Lupo, Richard Regis, Dick Newberry, Udell Huff, Boyd Robertson, Abe Sanchez, Tony Hribar.

Gallery East to exhibit US-89 photographs

USU-CEU's Gallery East will present People, Places and Things Along US - 89, a Utah Arts Council Traveling Exhibition. Through a series of black and white photographs, this exhibition highlights the unique, unusual, and extraordinary things found...

Wellington will pass on 2010 CIB request

The Wellington City Council has decided to take a pass on applying for funds from the Permanent Community Impact Board this year. Instead of sending in a wish list for capital improvements projects, the city will instead send a letter to the CIB ...

BLM Completes Conger Complex Wild Horse Gather

FILLMORE - The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) rounded up 434 wild horses from the Conger Complex, consisting of the Conger and Confusion Mountain herd management areas (HMA) located west of Delta and managed out of the Fillmore Field Office. Th...

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