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Published February 10, 2011

Carbon County News

Head-on crash injures 5 on SR 191: Ice caused skid on road to Duchesne


A two car head-on crash on an icy stretch of SR 191 injured five people Tuesday, according to the Utah Highway Patrol.

Issues of resting places, parking spaces cause special session for Helper council


Helper's mayor and city council have called a special work session Feb. 24 to look for solutions to two issues residents raised at last Thursday's regular meeting:

DWR wants to hear from deer hunters


Lousy weather and a shorter hunt during the 2010 deer season may have contributed to lower success, but the big factor on the minds of hunters and the Division of Wildlife Resources is that mule deer numbers are declining....

KCEU's new power forces KUER to look for new spot on dial


Click and Clack will sound scratchy for another month or two, as will Doug Fabrizio, Carl Kasell, Peter Sagal and the rest of the KUER/NPR voices heard in Price.

'The Foreigner' opens Thursday at Geary


Caine College of the Arts and USU/CEU will open Larry Shue's "The Foreigner" Feb. 10. This comedy involves a painfully shy man named Charlie, who is invited by his friend Froggy, to accompany him to Georgia. Charlie is terrified of conversation so Fr...

Cardiac Health Day at hospital


Castleview Hospital held its annual Cardiac Day on Feb. 8. Eva Tseng, Castleview Hospital Dietitian, above, is explaining the differences of trans fats, saturated fats, how they can raise LDL levels (bad cholesterol) and lower HDL levels (good choles...

Tax refund loans: convenience has a cost


Many Utahns want their tax refunds quickly and will pay a considerable amount of money to get their refund sooner. A study by the Consumer Federation of America and the National Consumer Law Center found that taxpayers paid about $800 million in loan...

Legislators discuss rural issues with press


Closure of some Utah state parks is not on the table as a way of cutting back on state spending, according to Rep. John Mathis, R-Vernal.

'Who says life is fair?' author asks in book


Life has been described by many as a roller coaster, with plenty of ups and downs and surprises around every corner. But not everything thing in life can go the way you want and according to one author life may not always be fair....

U researcher's human genome software works on ants, too


Sifting through thousands of ant genes typically isn't part of the job for University of Utah human geneticist Mark Yandell, Ph.D.

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