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Published November 9, 2010

Carbon County News

Legal charges against Park dropped

The charges that were filed against suspended Carbon County School District Superintendent George Park this fall in Panguitch are in the process of being dropped, according Jerry D. Jaeger, the special prosecutor looking into the allegations aga...

A few minutes of color before the gray

This flash of brilliant color lasted only about two minutes before sunrise Monday. The cloud layer marked the onset of a cold front that will plunge the mercury into the low 20s or high teens overnight and keep high temperatures at about 40 degre...

Helper bans synthetic pot

The synthetic marijuana known as Spice is no longer legal in Helper. The city council banned it in an ordinance passed unanimously Thursday.

Driver escapes with minor injuries in rollover near Helper

An 18-year-old Price woman suffered minor injuries after a collision and rollover on US-6 destroyed her car near Helper Thursday afternoon.

All eyes on St. Anthony's Carnival

You're not supposed to play with your food, but every now and then there's an exception to the rule. This guy wearing the Elton John hamburger bun glasses was at the St. Anthony's Catholic Carnival Saturday. Additional photos of the three-day eve...

Cabin owners to commission: Garbage fee unfair

Nobody hauls Dean Denison's trash away from his Scofield cabin. Nevertheless, on his property tax notice, right there in black and white, is a $75 fee for garbage collection. Denison asked around and found out that other cabin owners were also pe...

Minor injuries in car-tree mishap

A pickup truck sits crumpled against the cottonwood tree it collided with as rescue workers prepare to load the driver into a waiting ambulance on Wood Hill Road in Carbonville Thursday morning. The driver, 50-year-old Thomas Hammond of Helper su...

Helper finds and fixes aromatic problem at Rio

The Rio Theatre in Helper is now scent-free. It took some detective work and a little demolition, but the mystery source of the persistent sewer odor in the basement has been found and fixed....

Pinnacle Canyon Academy holds Fall Festival event to benefit student

Pinnacle Canyon Academy students and faculty were all set to raise funds to help pay for a class field trip to Washington D.C. But after hearing about the story of a fellow student in need, everyone involved with the festival looked for a way to ...

You too could have a Buckle Up reminder

Members of the 4-H TC3 (Teen Council of Carbon County) encourage fellow students to be safe and buckle up. On November 6 Jill Fincher, Janae Jayme, Caitlin Patterson and Zach Prettyman painted "BUCKLE UP" signs at the two high school parking lot ...

Wellington gets $275,000 grant for flood control

The Utah Permanent Community Impact Board (CIB) approved a $275,000 grant to Wellington City during a board meeting held in Moab, Utah on November 4.

Wind symphony to perform on USU-CEU campus

The Eastern Utah Wind Symphony, a college-community concert band at Utah State University-College of Eastern Utah, will present a fall concert on Saturday evening, Nov. 13 at 7:30 p.m. in the Jennifer Leavitt Student Center, located at 500 North ...

'Go ahead - tread on me. I dare you.'

James Bailey kept a safe distance when he snapped this shot of a midget faded rattlesnake in an alcove at Sid's Mountain in the San Rafael Swell over the weekend. Crotalus oreganus concolor is small for a rattlesnake. This one was only a little o...

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