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Published June 9, 2011

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Raptor Flight! Searching for birds of prey in canyons of Carbon County few have ever seen

Three sets of 20-20 eyes are in constant motion, scanning the cliffsides through the clear glass of the helicopter cabin.

County decides on new animal shelter, asks for $2 million

"It's crumbling," declared Commissioner Mike Milovich as he talked about the county's old animal shelter.

Community ready to welcome state fire fighters' convention

One by one, the pieces of lumber were nailed and screwed together. Each section was carefully measured to ensure that the spacing is adequate. The project is important not only to the local firefighters, but also to many people in the community as th...

Helper council supports 'Day of Service' for city

When a trio representing the Helper Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints presented their list of requests for a community "Day of Service" to the city council, they got more than permission for the project....

Dinosaur quarry begins summer schedule

The summer schedule is in effect at the Bureau of Land Management's Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry.

Bill Barrett to build temporary community on Tavaputs Plateau

It's a long commute over dirt roads from civilization to Prickly Pear Mesa atop the Tavaputs Plateau, so Bill Barrett Corp. is going to build a small community up there to save gas well drillers the trip....

Sunnyside reminds residents city clean-up is approaching

Clean-up time is nearing the end for residents in Sunnyside.

BLM warns of high water danger in back country areas

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Utah is advising public land visitors of rapidly changing conditions on several popular rivers throughout Utah, including the Colorado, Dolores, Escalante, Green, San Rafael, and White rivers. ...

Wind topples tree, damages home

When Carl and RuthAnn Stefanoff returned to their south Price home Monday afternoon, they decided to turn on their TV to the Weather Channel.

Know your weeds: Hoary Cress or Whitetop

As you drive around in the city, around the county and on the state highways or interstate you can easily see hoary cress starting to bloom now. Hoary cress is a Utah noxious weed. This means that property owners or managers have a legal responsibili...

Fishing day for disabled at Gigliotti Pond in Helper

On June 8, a partnership of the U.S. Forest Service and Division of Wildlife Resources with the help of private sponsors and donors hosted a Special Needs fishing day at the Gigliotti Pond in Helper....

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