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Published January 24, 2013

Carbon County News

Carbon Sheriff did not sign controversial letter to Obama


A letter that was sent to President Barack Obama last week by the Utah Sheriff's Association concerning his executive orders and suggestions to Congress on how to act on the issue of gun violence had the signatures of most of the county sheriffs in ...

A sample of traffic volume and type on Highway 10


Traffic on Highway 10 south of Ridge Road was subject to delay this week as road work reduced the width to one lane. This photo, taken Tuesday just before noon, shows that it does not take long for traffic in both directions to back up. Work shoul...

USU Eastern is poised to be an 'economic engine' for Castle Country


As the nation moves into 2013 amid unceasing rhetoric about the country's economic future, there's a bit of good news for this region. It is the potential for USU Eastern to become an economic development engine for Castle Country, a potential that ...

Search and Rescue learns chilling new techniques


Sheriff's Search & Rescue team members Jason Bennett, Gerald Shiew, Pedro Velasquez and Paul Metelko wait to be pulled from the icy water of a lake near Red Canyon Lodge in Daggett County. The immersion in protective dry suits was part of their tr...

Carbon Rec ransacked by burglar(s)


A burglar or burglars with plenty of time to search went through the Carbon Recreation Department offices over the long weekend, making off with valuable, portable electronic gear....

Archaeology curator to present free lecture in Helper Friday


Tim Riley, Curator of Archaeology at the USU Eastern Prehistoric Museum, will present a free lecture on "Ancient inhabitants of Castle Country" Friday at 8 p.m. in the Happiness Within coffee shop in Helper....

Swim meet to benefit Coach Stu Foster


Saturday, Feb. 16 is going to be Coach Stu Foster Day at the Price Desert Wave Pool. The Barracudas swim team and the Carbon High School swimming and diving teams are sponsoring a fund raiser and community swim meet for the coach, whose health ha...

CHS grad completes USAF basic


Air Force Airman Thomas P. Manley graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas.

Rules for Saturday Fruitcake Extravaganza


For those that do not have a fruit cake for the fruit cake throw, we will have a limited number of fruitcakes that you can purchase at the event. They will cost $2 each. The money that comes from this sale will be donated to a local charity. Cash onl...

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