|Published December 17, 2013|
Carbon County News
9th graders will go to Carbon High
Junior highs will be middle schools; School Board's vote is split, 3-2
Dec. 16 marks 50th anniversary of a grim day in Carbon County
The year 2013 is almost done, and during these past few months there have been many remembrances of a time 50 years ago. The Kennedy Assassination, the "I have a dream" speech by Martin Luther King, the first nuclear arms treaty, the Beatles' first a...
Compassion extends from Carbon to Philippines
What if the wind sprang up at 4 o'clock and blew away the roof over your head, blew in rain that washed away the roads, blew down all the wires and left you in the dark?
Habitat for Humanity dedicates new house
More than a thousand hours of sweat equity showed its worth Saturday, as a Carbon County mother moved her three children into a new home in Wellington.
A look at the faces behind drug statistics
Because death often removes substance abusers from the community, it gets ever easier to forget and dismiss the faces associated with the problem. As the numbers rise, the lives and families that are swallowed whole can get lost in the mix as a commo...
Shopping with a cop
Carbon County Chief Deputy Sheriff Tom Stefanoff helps Nicklaus Wildman, 7, chose his gifts during the annual "Shop with a Cop" event at Walmart. Participating in the youth program was every law enforcement agency in the county, including sheriff's o...
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