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Published October 7, 2010

Carbon County News

Dopers use, public pays


There is a hidden, parasitic economy in Carbon County and it is sucking away lives and livelihoods from the productive side. It is the economy of drugs.

Voters meet the candidates


Carbon County residents got an up close and personal look at candidates vying for office during a "Meet the Candidate Night" event on Monday night.

Sharing the roadway


Summer's over, and that means it is time to drive cattle down from the high country into their winter range. This herd caused a slight traffic jam on the Huntington Canyon highway just above the Huntington Power Plant. Next spring, those who esca...

Unmarked graves trouble Sunnyside


With a number of graves in the Valley View Cemetery left with only a small grave marker, or for others nothing at all, the Sunnyside City Council discussed the possibility of a new regulation for markers....

Quilts for Burn Center


The local firefighters women's auxiliary is looking for quilt fabrics to complete their project of donating 125 quilts to the University of Utah Burn Center. Those who want to donate or take part in the project can contact Rita Dunn at 637-6150 ...

The longevity of a Jack-o-Lantern


Jack-o-lanterns are a staple of Halloween decorations. Making one last throughout the season is a trick of the trade even some veteran carvers struggle with.

Enjoying last days of summer


Alex Herzog and his son Prescott enjoy a game of catch at the Helper City Park as Danni Blanton looks on. The sunshine of a few days ago was replaced by cooler weather and heavy rain and hailstorms. Tornado warnings were issued across southern an...

PRWID projects advance with engineering, rate analysis


The Price River Water Improvement District Board voted to hire WaterWorks Engineers to design and oversee work on the district's proposed $7 million construction projects.

Thursday night meeting on Scofield properties to be held


After a highly attended meeting last year in which the Bureau of Reclamation pointed out that some residences and cabins around Scofield Reservoir are located on United States property and not on private property, no one knew for sure what could ...

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