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Published July 24, 2012

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June Yards of the Month

Residents worried about floods after fire


"Everyone else is praying for rain. I'm praying for it to stop," Layne Martino told the county commission Wednesday afternoon.

If it looks like a park, is used like a park, what is it called?


Just across the street from 68 S. Main in Helper is a little patch of grass with a gazebo, a grandstand and some bench seating. Locals have called it either Main Street Park or the Senior Citizens Park for about a decade now,...

Lighthouse Fire put out


The Lighthouse Fire in Range Creek was declared 100 percent contained Sunday afternoon.

Red Cross on the job when times get tough


With continuous work and a few rain clouds, crews reached 100 percent containment on the Lighthouse Fire in Southeastern Utah. The blaze, which threatened several archeological sites along the Tavaputs Plateau, also forced the evacuation of a nearby...

Making a splash at Wellington's Pioneer Day


Wellington once again celebrated Pioneer Day in style Friday and Saturday. Above, one of the floats in Saturday's parade provided a little relief from warm temperatures with a spray of water. Booths and activities filled the city park. More photos ar...

Driver hurt, deer killed in daylight collision


A shattered windshield shows the point of impact with a buck deer that was struck Monday afternoon on US 6 just south of the east interchange in Price. The driver sustained minor injuries. The collision occurred shortly before 2 p.m., an unusual time...

New postmaster at Helper


Linda Uzelac is the the postmaster at Helper, a job she says will cap her career with the U.S. Postal Service. She began with USPS 33 years ago in Billings, MT and most recently was postmaster in Elmo. Her husband Leon was born and raised in Helper. ...

Mud slinging without politics


A competitor at Saturday's Mud Drags at the Carbon County Fairgrounds Arena gets the green light and kicks up a rooster tail of slime. The event packed the stands.

Farmers Market begins a new season in Price


Shoppers line up to buy fresh, locally grown produce at the Price Peace Gardens Saturday morning. The market features products entirely grown by area gardeners. It will be open on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to noon....

Deputy earns promotion


Sheriff James Cordova has promoted Deputy Ron Bogdin to the rank of sergeant. Bogdin, a 20-year veteran with the department, replaces Tory Christiansen, who was earlier advanced to lieutenant....

Price, college will allow fireworks at Durrant lot


Price City Fire Chief Paul Bedont said the city will be using the Durrant lot from 9 p.m. to midnight Tuesday night to allow citizens to shoot off fireworks in a controlled environment as it was on the Fourth of July....

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