|Published May 26, 2011|
Carbon County News
No Grave Goes Unadorned: Countdown To Flowers 40,000 GOAL!
This past week the project to place at least one flower on the estimated 40,000 graves in Carbon and Emery counties has moved to a new level, both in the making of the flowers and the placing of them on graves....
Flooding begins as weather turns warm
Maybe some day, decades from now, Jake Lee will take his grandchildren to a grassy pasture in southeast Wellington and tell them about the time his Dad, Adam, took him out in a kayak on a lake that used to be there. ...
Fairgrounds closed to horse activity as virus precaution
Due to the outbreak of EHV-1 (equine herpes virus) the Carbon County Fairgrounds along with most facilities in the state will be closed to all Horse Activities until at least June 1. ...
Carbon High School wins blood donation challenge
Carbon High School seniors have reason to celebrate.
Burglary suspect arrested after chase through Westwood subdivision Monday
A 35-year-old Helper man suspected of burglary was arrested and jailed Monday evening after leading a deputy sheriff on a car chase through Westwood subdivision.
Calvin Taylor to perform at 7th-day Adventist Church
Calvin Taylor, pianist and recording artist, will perform a live concert of sacred music May 26 at the Seventh-day Adventist Chruch, 2821 S. Highway 10, at 7 p.m.
Heavy rain and roof leaks damage ECC city offices
As the rain has continued to fall over the past few weeks, streams and the Price River have risen, lawns have been saturated and water has pooled along streets during heavy rainfall. The rain has also started to affect buildings including City Hall i...
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