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Published August 7, 2012

Carbon County News

Fire zone faces a long, rugged road to recovery


The wall of water that roared down Huntington Canyon and almost washed away SR 31 last Wednesday was the most spectacular of the after-effects of the Seeley Fire so far. There are quieter, more insidious trends in store for the 48,000 acres of the fi...

Helper moves ahead on bond issues for projects


With no fanfare and few in the audience to watch, the Helper City Council on Thursday took one more step in what is shaping up to be a historic rebuild of the city's aging infrastructure....

New semaphores on Carbonville Road will not be your basic traffic signals


Many a Carbon resident has driven down Carbonville Road lately and seen the construction of a new railroad crossing at 760 West going in, but few imagined that a traffic light would appear there about the time the crossing was nearly done. It seemed ...

Slovenian Day crowd fills park


The weather cooperated and the food was great for Sunday's Slovenian Day celebration in Price's Washington Park. Several hundred people showed up to enjoy each other's company. The annual event is a commemoratio of the Eastern European immigants who ...

Gasoline price up slightly for week, down from last year


Average retail gasoline prices in Utah have risen 1.5 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $3.42/g yesterday. This compares with the national average that has increased 9.3 cents per gallon in the last week to $3.60/g, according to gasoline p...

AmericanWest buys lunch


AmericanWest Bank treated members of the community to lunch Friday afternoon at its annual Customer Appreciation Day. First West Street in Price was closed to traffic to accommodate the canopies that sheltered the diners and the cooks. This year's me...

U of Utah creates new Center for Mine Safety and Health Excellence


The University of Utah created a new Center for Mining Safety and Health Excellence to help those who depend on the mining industry, university President David Pershing announced....

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