|Published June 13, 2013|
Carbon County News
Municipal candidate races begin
After eight years in office, East Carbon City Mayor Orlando LaFontaine will not seek re-election this November, turning the office over to one of three new candidates. Seeking the four year mayoral seat in 2014 will be Barbara Fisher and Cecil Dee...
Economic survival depends on
innovation, evolution of industry
(Editors note: This is the final installment in a series of four articles concerning the economy of Carbon County and what the future may hold).
Helper Arts, Music Festival beginning already in schools
Although the vendors and musicians won't occupy Main Street until Aug. 16-18, Helper's annual Arts and Music Festival is already beginning to involve young artists.
Scam or not? Letter says its service
unnecessary, asks for money anyway
State agencies like the Attorney General's Office and the Consumer Protection Agency work to protect Utah citizens from an onslaught of varied and complex scams. However, labeling a business venture as a scam, flimflam, hustle or sting can be an irr...
American Legion Auxiliary Price honors 12 longtime members
The American Legion Auxiliary Price Unit 3 honored 12 auxiliary ladies with certifcates and continued membership pins for their 29 to 63 years of service with the organization on June 7 at the Carbon County Senior Center....
Camps in July
Carbon County 4-H is sponsoring science camps for kids throughout July at the Price City Library.
For the Health of It
Buying fresh, local produce is good for health, economy, environment
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