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Published March 19, 2013

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Time to pinch pennies on system rebuilds, engineers tell Helper


As expected, the Helper City Council on Thursday awarded the contract for the first phase of its infrastructure rebuild to low bidder Condie Construction of Springville. Unexpectedly, however, the council served notice that there will be change or...

Lady Luck elects mayor when Helper Council ties


In a drawing of lots to break deadlocked city council balloting, Edward Chavez Jr. became the new mayor of Helper Thursday night.

Price City vows to set an example in saving water


While a precious and vital resource like water is not always available in abundance, Price City is looking to help lead the way in "slowing the flow" of water usage by focusing on ways to conserve water....

Charges filed against former deputy


The Carbon County Attorney has filed charges of burglary, drug possession and tampering with evidence against former Deputy Sheriff Christopher Howard Basso, 37.

Water outlook faltering, snow pack not increasing


The water outlook for all of Utah, and in particular for Castle Country, is looking down as the area heads into spring.

Average gas prices come down a bit


Average retail gasoline prices in Utah have fallen 1.1 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $3.36/g Sunday, according to GasBuddy's daily survey of 1,171 gas outlets in Utah. This compares with the national average that has fallen 1.9 cents...

County Commission to discuss changes in burn ordinance


The Carbon County Commission is expected to discuss new changes to the Utah Administrative Rules, which have set open burn windows for Carbon County for March 30 through May 30, and September 15 through October 30. ...

Employee of the Year


Employees of the Seventh Judicial District Court have chosen new Trial Court Executive Terri Yelonek as 2012 Employee of the Year. She received the award at a recent staff gathering....

Marketing tips for Carbon photographers


Garth Frandsen offers ideas to local photographers about marketing their images during presentation at the Carbon Recreation building. County Rec is offering seminars on various aspects of photography on the second Tuesday of each month at 5:30 p.m....

Want to gather shed antlers? You must complete online course first


Late winter and early spring is the worst time of the year for elk, moose and especially deer in Utah.

Carbon Dino in running for Best Mascot in West


Carbon High School will have to wait a few more days to see if the Dino is chosen as the best high school mascot in the western U.S.

Good old days, not good


A series of arrests shocked the area in July of 1951 concerning gambling and illicit activities.

Pinnacle Academy announces Spelling Bee winners


Spelling Bee winners at Pinnacle Academy are Marco Clegg a sixth grader (center in picture) the first place winner. The second place winner is Isaac Ochoa (left in picture) who is in the 5th grade. Taking third place was JR Jensen (right in pictur...

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