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Published November 8, 2012

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GOP sweeps carbon county


Republicans take commission, state and federal seats

Suspect nabbed after chase on wheels, feet


A 35-year-old man was booked into Carbon County Jail Monday afternoon for driving on an expired license, among other things.

Making history on Wellington's Highway 6


Just in time to regulate Thanksgiving traffic along Wellington's Main Street, the town's first and only traffic semaphore is going up at the corner of 100 East and Main streets. It has been a goal of Mayor Ben Blackburn since he took his oath of ...

Carbon stands almost alone in opposition to Gooseberry Dam


After 80 years of squabbling over the water that flows from Sanpete County into the Price River drainage, the idea of a Gooseberry Narrows Dam still lives, and seems stronger than ever. The federal Bureau of Reclamation on Monday released the Final E...

St. Anthony's Catholic Carnival


The community turned out in force last Thursday, Friday and Saturday to attend St. Anthony's Catholic Church Carnival in the Helper Civic Auditorium. The three-night event featured games for kids, food, vendors and bingo for adult players....

Special meeting slated on Courthouse


The public is invited to a special meeting of the Carbon County Commission Nov. 13 to discuss the future of the current County Courthouse. The meeting will get under way at 1 p.m. in the small conference room. The county has to decide what to do with...

An Open Invitation from Veterans to Veterans: Help for PTSD


The Veteran Advisory Council (VAC) on Mental Health at the Salt Lake City VA Medical Center would like to encourage any Veteran experiencing nightmares, flashbacks, hyper-vigilance, or other symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) to ...

Amber alert: Faster, better


Utah is now using new technology to make sure AMBER Alerts go out even faster when a child is abducted. The public can sign up to get the alerts through the Law Enforcement Alerting Portal (LEAP), a high-speed system that sends alerts through email,...

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