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Published November 18, 2010

Carbon County News

Helper hikes water rates


Turning on the tap is getting more expensive in Helper. The city council has adopted a new rate structure that will hike basic water rates by more than 60 percent. The usage fees will also increase by a like amount....

Renewable energy making strides, but fossil fuels will remain vital


The standbys of coal, oil and natural gas will be with us for a long time, but the new world of modern renewable energy is moving rapidly to fill some of the gaps that will appear in the future. And eventually, renewables will provide a good port...

Still time to give gifts to needy


United Way's Anne Boyle looks over the stack of Angel tree applications that were still needing adoption from organizations and individuals. This is the stack after 200 have already been taken by several of the local credit unions and the CEU/US...

Energy firms lead list of top taxpayers


Energy companies again dominate the list of the top ten property tax payers in Carbon County in 2010.

High jumps, high hopes


Carbon High School Dino Dynamics go airborne at the parents program Saturday at the CHS gym. These energetic girls are preparing and fine tuning their routines as they get ready for upcoming competitions....

21st year for Helper Light Parade


The 21st annual Helper Light Parade will be Dec. 3 and 4 at 6 p.m.. The weeks before will also have activities in Utah's Christmas Town.

Kokopelli suggestions range from serious to somewhat bizarre


Now that the Kokopelli statue has moved from Price Main street to a storage room, people have responded to the request for suggestions on where to display the bronze sculpture next....

Mayor, council honor Price essay winners


Price City Mayor Joe Piccolo and the Price City Councilors recognized four local students for being named winners in the annual Price City essay contest at the Price City Council meeting on Nov. 10. All fourth graders in Price participated in the...

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