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Published March 1, 2011

Carbon County News

Shotgun blast wounds deputy:Suspect captured, faces 5 counts of attempted homicide; fire bombs found


Multiple gunshots broke the silence of a quiet southwest Price neighborhood Saturday night as a suspect in a violent domestic abuse incident blasted a shotgun at law enforcement officers, wounding a deputy sheriff before being captured. ...

ATV enthusiasts, land users gearing up for battle against wild lands closures


"The goal tonight is to send you home angry," declared Joan Powell, board member of the Castle Country OHV Association. Her audience of about 100 people - some of whom had traveled from as far away as San Juan County to reach the public lands meeting...

Donors dis-tressed at 'Locks of Love'


Cancer does not discriminate, it affects and devastates the lives of young and old, male and female, from every possible walk of life. Thankfully, kindness and giving also comes in many packages, demonstrated locally by this year's Locks of Love even...

Local writers in Authors Month at Price Library


March is authors month at the Price City Library. Every Thursday at 6 p.m. the library will feature a different local author to talk about writing and becoming published. Librarian Norma Procarione said the guest authors will also answer questions f...

Simple steps can avoid fall injuries


Falls are the most common cause of injury in the United States, particularly among older adults.  Whether it's a slip on wet or icy pavement or a trip on a rug or stairway, the risk of bruises, broken bones and back and head injuries is significan...

Eldon Miller completes book on Hiawatha


Eldon Miller of Helper has been hard at work for 24 years collecting stories, pictures and history from and about Hiawatha. Thanks to him, these memories have now been published as a book. Miller has interviewed Hiawatha folks and has added recollect...

Kathy Hanna-Smith leaving travel bureau to manage AJB Broadcasting stations


After 16 years at the helm of Castle Country's tourism promotion efforts, Kathy Hanna-Smith is leaving to take a job as general manager for Tony Basso's AJB Broadcasting radio stations KUSA/KASL in Price....

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