|Published May 22, 2012|
Rats loose in ECC, landlord feels trapped with property
Following a hiatus which lasted through winter and spring, the East Carbon Planning and Zoning Commission seems to have come on-line just in time, as the threat of vermin, unsafe living conditions and renter turmoil have the small city spinning. ...
Rio Theatre, Helper City wants booming boxoffice on Main Street,steps up efforts to find right ticket
Helper councilman Chris Pugliese summarized the situation at the start of Tuesday's work meeting on the fate of the Rio Theatre: "We want to see things succeed, especially on Main Street. But it's all going to come down to numbers and budget."...
'No Grave Unadorned' under way
The project to place at least one flower on about 40,000 graves in Carbon and Emery counties began in earnest last weekend as groups of people rolled up to various cemeteries and began the work of decorating....
Apian rite of spring
Somewhere in this mass of thousands of honeybees is the queen. She followed her scouts to this pine tree at about 900 North and 200 East in Price, and where she goes, a multitude of bees from the former hive follow. The workers are guided by pheromon...
Three area teachers win Arch Coal 'Golden Apples'
Three Castle Country teachers were among nine in the region presented Golden Apple Achiever awards Thursday by the Arch Coal Foundation, according to Erwin Sass, general manager of the Dugout Canyon Mine....
Celestial show delights Castle Country
The world didn't end on Sunday, nor were we mere mortals plunged into darkness for the rest of our lives on this planet.
Manti-LaSal NF to observe National Get Outdoors Day
Early summer is a great time to disconnect from the video games, computers and phones and reconnect with the outdoors. The Forest Service is inviting the public to enjoy National Get Outdoors Day on June 9 by hiking Huntington Canyon. ...
State to offer bounty on coyotes
A new effort is underway to help mule deer in Utah.
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