|Published February 28, 2012|
Carbon County News
Castle Country stars in feature film premier
Helper and several other popular Castle Country locations will be on display as "The Wayshower," featuring Academy Award nominees Eric Roberts and Sally Kirkland, will simultaneously premier in Los Angeles, Calif., Price and Logan on March 8. ...
Helper plans for biggest rebuild in city's history
Helper City is getting ready to embark on what may be the most extensive capital facilities improvement project in the city's history, a $20 million makeover of the town's aging water, sewer and storm water systems....
BLM and volunteers begin trail
signage project in San Rafael
There are all sorts of ways to move along the trails in the desert region southeast of Price: Hiking boots, hooves, mountain bike, motorcycle, off-highway vehicle, four-wheel drive vehicle, and family car make up the spectrum....
Feb. 29th birthers celebrate
What do Tony Robbins (internationally known motivational speaker), Dinah Shore (famous singer from the big band days), Jimmy Dorsey (big band leader who by the way didn't want Shore singing with his band), William Wellman (director of the first...
Creekview sweeps district Spelling Bee
Creekview Elementary swept the Carbon School District's Spelling Bee Thursday. The winners will head for regional competition next. Seated in the front row are 2nd place James Bryner, 1st place Aubrey Fausett and 3rd place Ceairrah Warner. ...
Museum to host lectures by curator candidates
The Prehistoric Museum is hosting three lectures to be presented by the candidates for the Curator of Archaeology position at the museum. All lectures will be held at the museum, 155 East Main Street-Price, Utah in the classroom on the second...
Carbon High Sterling Scholar nominees
Carbon High School will be competing in the annual Southeastern Utah Sterling Scholar competition on March 6. The school has 12 students from the senior class who will vie for the coveted title of Sterling Scholar against 59 other seniors from...
Spring could be a challenging time for deer
As they do every winter, biologists with the Division of Wildlife Resources have been watching Utah's deer herds closely.
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