|Published May 10, 2012|
Carbon County News
Wellington police arrest suspect in masked rapist case
Wellington police have arrested a 21-year-old man suspected of being the masked rapist who broke into a woman's apartment and assaulted her on Jan. 13.
SURVIVAL: Helper couple recounts ordeal of being crushed under truck in bedroom
When Megan Clark and her fiance Ryan Smith went to bed early Thursday morning in Helper after a long day, nothing could have ever prepared them for what was to happen next.
Once lost, now found: Ancient figurine, missing for 35 years, returns home to Prehistoric Museum
The "missing man" in the set of world-famous Pilling Figurines is back home. Look for figurine No. 2 in the display case at the USU Eastern Prehistoric Museum.
'Flowerteers' still needed for 'No Grave Unadorned'
The No Grave Unadorned project for Memorial Day in Carbon and Emery Counties is moving along well. The flower count is jumping by leaps and bounds daily.
Big crowd problem at Rio Theatre: There are no big crowds at shows
Since its groundbreaking 13 years ago - with minor dispute because its foundation encroached into its neighbor's property - it has been one thing after another for Helper's Rio Theatre....
East Carbon will accept CIB loan for new cemetery
After a second round of funding deliberations, East Carbon officials voted Tuesday night to accept a Community Impact Board proposal which would allow the city to build a much needed municipal cemetery. The East Carbon vote took place only after ...
Job's Daughters clean cars, raise cash for Grand Rally trip
Bethel 3 of Price, Job's Daughters International, held a Car Wash on Saturday, May 5 at the Sun Advocate to raise funds in order for the Daughters to attend Grand Rally in Logan. Grand Rally is held every year in June, and Bethels from all over ...
Helper resident gives local students a look into the life and work of an artist
Ben Steele creates many different pieces of art, each creative in its own way.
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