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Published January 10, 2012

Carbon County News

Armstrong: 'I decline to resign'


After listening for several minutes to a citizen call for his resignation because of his DUI arrest, Helper Mayor Dean Armstrong stated his position in four words: "I decline to resign."...

Bell visits Price as part of state school district tour


Wanting to know how school districts around the state are currently doing and what issues they are facing first-hand were just some of the reasons for Utah Lieutenant Governor Greg Bell stopping by in Price on Wednesday afternoon....

Crowd chills out at skate party


A fire in the pit, hot chili and toasted marshmallows provided some warmth for skaters and watchers Saturday at the ice skate party hosted by Carbon Recreation. Carbon Rec has ice skates for rent. Warm clothing was a must at the pond Saturday. While ...

Floods unlikely, but that's the only good water news


While there aren't many people who are concerned about how little winter weather the Carbon County area has had this year, the snow pack, or lack of it, will be a problem come this spring if things don't change....

USU Eastern's high school art competition will feature talented young artists from across Utah


USU Eastern's Art Department will host the Eighth Annual High School Art Competition at Gallery East on the Price campus. The competition is an annual opportunity for Utah's high-school-age students to create and exhibit art work that will be judged...

1995: Murder of prominent couple stuns Carbon County


The year began with a new law that most people have now become used to: The Utah Indoor Clean Air Act. At the time the paper reported that "although a lot of Carbon County restaurant and fast-food establishments agree with the concept of the law, ow...

Local HEAT program strives to serve more with less


The bitter cold of early December has given way to a milder start to the new year, but for Carbon County residents struggling to make ends meet with their heating bills, the warmth of summer is still far away. Colette Freestone with the Southeast Ut...

Group helps families as Guard prepares for June deployment


Everyone is smiling as they display their new recordable story book. Soldiers of the 624th Engineers Unit , along with their families met in December for a Family Support Get Together. The soldiers of the 624th Engineers Unit will be deployed in Jun...

Wellington to ask for $1 million sewer grant


The Wellington City Council decided Wednesday to go ahead with a request to the state's Permanent Community Impact Board for a $1 million grant to finance sewer repairs across town....

BLM proposes habitat improvement, fuel reduction work near Horse Canyon


The Bureau of Land Management Price Field Office and the Canyon Country Fire Zone are proposing a fuels reduction and habitat restoration project southwest of the communities of East Carbon/Columbia, Sunnyside and west of Horse Canyon. ...

Residents asked to donate coats


Carbon County residents are being asked to donate their gently used coats during a drive to help the needy people in the community this week.

BLM schedules Price scoping hearing on sage grouse conservation issues


As part of a national strategy to evaluate greater sage-grouse conservation measures, the Bureau of Land Management Utah and the U.S. Forest Service are inviting the public to participate in public scoping meetings to help identify issues to be addr...

Traffic stop nets 2 heroin suspects


A routine traffic stop in Helper last Wednesday resulted in the arrest of two suspects for possession with intent to distribute heroin.

ECC man pleads no contest in stabbing


Leopoldo Maestas pleaded no contest last Tuesday to a Class A misdemeanor charge of assault with substantial bodily injury in connection with a stabbing incident in East Carbon in August. Seventh Judicial District Judge George Harmond sentenced Maes...

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