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Published October 19, 2010

Carbon County News

Where are you? Your address won't tell

Granted, Columbus Day honors a guy who didn't really know where he was. But one expert says we may not be not much better off than old Chris. The addresses we've all been using in our towns and county are just about meaningless in terms of tellin...

SWAT team captures armed man in standoff

The Carbon County Sheriff's SWAT team captured an armed suspect who had been holding off police for six hours Thursday at the old Green River missile site.

Drowsy driver rolls off Consumers Road

A one-car rollover on Consumers Road sent the driver of the vehicle to Castleview Hospital with undetermined injuries Monday morning. The wreck occurred at about 11 a.m. 10 miles west of US-6. The Pontiac Grand Prix was smashed on top and both si...

Ruby Cordova disqualified in school board race

Ruby Cordova, who was seeking re-election to the Carbon School Board after four years of service, has been disqualified from the race. She missed the August 31 deadline for filing required campaign financial disclosure reports with the state....

'Team Helper' restores Walt Borla Little League field

Little League players, parents and fans turned out in force again to restore another ballfield in Helper.

CHS students skid, slide and evade obstacles during Teen Driving Challenge

Over 20 Carbon High School students got the chance to skid, slide and evade traffic cones and other obstacles during a Teen Driving Challenge near Camp Williams on Saturday....

Arch Canyon to stay open for vehicles, says BLM decision

BLM Monticello Field Office Manager Tom Heinlein issued a decision on Oct.13 that motorized use of the Arch Canyon road can continue.

Boys & Girls Club gets county funding

The Carbon County Commission has agreed to fund a one-time grant or $15,000 to the Carbon Boys and Girls Club for membership activities. Director McKell Warburton told commissioners the club has been raising money through business donations and f...

Western Energy Alliance to discuss oil and natural gas development with state policymakers

Western Energy Alliance, formerly the Independent Petroleum Association of Mountain States (IPAMS), will meet with policymakers in Salt Lake City this week, stressing the essential role oil and natural gas development plays in advancing Utah's ec...

Fixing the Spring Canyon drainage problem

With every rainstorm, the weather further erodes the Spring Canyon road. This current project is to put curb and gutter along side the road improving the drainage problem. Eventually the road will be repaved....

Chapter slates talk on Egyptian archaeology

The Castle Valley Chapter of the Utah Statewide Archaeological Society will be featuring Utah State University/ College of Eastern Utah Professor Pam Miller, U.S. Dept. of the Interior Archaeologist Blaine Miller, and former Statewide Archaeologi...

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