|Published August 22, 2013|
Carbon County News
Price River is becoming a stream of consciousness for Helper City
The Price River, which divides Helper into east and west halves, is now serving as a unifying theme in the city's plans for economic and community development.
Mammoth's DNA intact, researchers mapping it
More than 25 years after state and local archaeologists and paleontologists excavated the Huntington Mammoth, this extraordinary find continues to produce new knowledge about Pleistocene megafauna....
Delynn Fielding accepts governor's appointment, will leave county post
After working to facilitate multiple successful initiatives in Castle Country, Carbon County Economic Development Director Delynn Fielding has been appointed to the Governor's Office of Economic Development as Rural Program Director. ...
Zeus and Thor put on a show
They may be mythical, but they treated Castle Country to one of the most brilliant thunderstorms in recent memory Tuesday night. Lighting flashed non-stop for hours all across Carbon County. One bolt tripped a 46,000-volt transmission line that kn...
Back to school - and recess - in Carbon District
Kids across Carbon County met their new teachers, renewed friendships and made new friends Wednesday as the 2013-14 school year began. They also enjoyed the first recess of the year, as these Castle Heights Elementary students demonstrate. Now th...
Long way to go on land transfer analysis
A panel of economists from three universities held a public meeting on August 14 at the Utah State Capitol about the state's ability to administer large tracts of land it could get from the federal government if a bill the legislature passed two ye...
Salt Lake Comic Con welcomes all
Get ready Utah, the GEEX and freaks are headed your way. For the first time, Salt Lake City will host its very own Comic-Con. Growing from a successful social media and print campaign, Salt Lake Comic Con has developed the inertia of a run away trai...
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