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Published May 14, 2013

Carbon County News

Report shows Castleview costs in line with neighbors


Many people know health care costs seem to be going through the roof, and there is a lot of blame that is passed around for the trend. Some say it is doctors, some pharmaceutical manufacturers and some say it is the hospitals themselves....

DINOS HEAD TO UVU


Carbon High School baseball players celebrate after pitcher Derek Young (second from right) struck out two batters - with the tying run on third base - to save the Dinos lead and win the game against Juan Diego, 7-6 Saturday morning. They then de...

No help in Helper for users of ditch


The Helper City Council was unable to find a solution to the problem of the Bryner-Ploutz ditch a a special session Wednesday, but a work meeting has been scheduled for Tuesday evening....

Hand-made flower arrangements for Mom


The parking lot of Sutherland's in Price is a hive of activity as hundreds of youngsters - with some help from adults - put flowers and plants in pots for their mothers Saturday morning. The event has become a tradition over the years....

Suspected OD in parking lot highlights growing heroin problem


Reports of an unconscious and unresponsive man brought public safety and medical personnel to the Wal-Mart parking lot Friday afternoon, as county EMTs worked to stabilize what evidence showed to be a suspected heroin overdose. ...

Traffic delays in Spanish Fork Canyon


The Utah Department of Transportation began preventative maintenance work on U.S. Highway 6 in Spanish Fork Canyon Monday. Travelers should expect potential delays of up to 15 minutes between the Tucker Rest Area and Soldier Summit as temporary...

A field full of Ibises


Sun Advocate nature photographer John Serfustini discovered a convention of white-faced ibises last Thursday in a field off Carbonville Road about a mile north of Price. The birds prefer a marshland habitat, but found a breakfast buffet of bugs her...

Ascension - Saint Matthew's Third Annual Bike Rodeo


Kids from three to 12 years old got a chance to hone their bike riding skills and test their safe driving knowledge at the Ascension-St. Matthew's Church Third Annual Bike Rodeo Saturday. ...

Green Team collects old computers,electronics for recycling


Another truckload of old electronic equipment is unloaded at the Green Team's collection post in the Prehistoric Museum parking lot Saturday. Although the turnout this year was less than last year's first-time event, the collection was still sign...

New law for Utah teens: no cell phones while driving


On May 14 a new Utah law takes effect that bans teen drivers from using a cell phone while driving. House Bill 103, sponsored by Rep. Lee Perry and Sen. Lyle Hillyard, is designed to protect new drivers from distraction as they develop and hone th...

Senior center to present Staying Sharp


On May 18 from 9 to 11:30 a.m. the Carbon Senior Center will be presenting a program called Staying Sharp, which will present ways for seniors to keep their minds active and the research that has gone on concerning aging and the mind....

FCCLA takes home awards; two students elected as state officers


Carbon School District's members of the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) traveled to Layton on Wednesday, April 17 to attend the State Leadership Conference....

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