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Published July 19, 2011

Carbon County News

Isolated Thunderstorms


Tons of Carbon County soil are swept away in a torrent at Cat Canyon during an isolated thunderstorm Wednesday evening. Flooding posed a hazard of hydroplaning for cars on US 6 east of Wellington. Elsewhere, storms inundated SR10 south of Emery Town,...

Cookies for troops


Barbara and Joe Piccolo, on left, join other volunteers in hand-making about 1,000 Italian pastries for troops in Afghanistan. The group used the USU Eastern kitchen in the student center for the project. The deep-fried, honey glazed cookies will be ...

VA dedicates Price clinic


With ceremony, speeches and a snip of the ribbon, the new Department of Veterans Affairs outreach clinic opened for business in Price Thursday.

Wellington's Pioneer Days this Friday and Saturday


Wellington's big event, the annual Pioneer Days celebration, will begin Friday night with an outdoor cookout of beef and lamb by the Cowboy Kitchen. Dinner begins at 6:30 p.m. at the city park....

Price City Centennial Quilt to be put on display at businesses in Price, Helper


The Daughters of Utah Pioneers have made a special quilt to mark the centennial of Price City. It is now being displayed in various places throughout Price and Helper until the end of the month. Last week it was displayed at the Balance Rock Eatery i...

Hopes sink for new lake at ECC as mine gives up on project


The prospect of a new reservoir to replace the aging and problem-ridden Grassy Trail Reservoir may no longer be in the works as plans for a new reservoir have been called off by the mining company behind the project....

Hot air dominates council agenda* *There will be balloon rides for International Days


Those visiting Price City's International Days celebration will have an opportunity to reach new heights during the three-day festival.

Thinking the unthinkable School district considers training for response to school shooting


School shooting incidents are on the rise in the United States and their numbers are climbing at an alarming rate. Federal statistics show that in the decade leading up to the year 2010 these violent events exploded, totaling 58 incidents nationwide,...

VFW rep to be in Price Tuesday to assist vets with benefit questions


A service officer from the Veterans of Foreign Wars Service Office in Salt Lake will be at the Department of Workforce Services Employment Center at 475 W. Price River Dr. July 19 from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m....

Health officials advise mosquito repellent to prevent West Nile virus


With the long days of summer, many Utahns are enjoying outdoor activities such as camping, boating, gardening or picnics. However, the risk of getting West Nile virus (WNV) increases along with summer temperatures and the number of mosquitoes. This...

Carbon County Recreation preparing events for Carbon County Fair


Carbon County Recreation's participation has become an integral part of the Carbon County Fair held annually in August at the Fairgrounds. This year will be no different. The recreation staff has a number of activities for adults and children. All...

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