|Published August 15, 2013|
Carbon County News
Spring Glen woman charged with two
The Carbon County Attorney's Office has filed multiple felony charges against a Carbon County woman who allegedly tried to run her neighbor over twice in less than a month.
Prehistoric Museum marks 25th anniversary of mammoth discovery
Despite the fact that the USU Eastern Museum's Columbian Mammoth is more than 11,000 years old, he celebrated his 25th birthday last Friday night with the people responsible for his excavation and care....
East Carbon voters trim list of mayor candidates
In Tuesday's primary election East Carbon residents selected the four council candidates and two mayoral hopefuls who will continue into November's general election.
Drought can depress recreation, tourism industries
There are many industries that depend on at least normal amounts of water coming out of the sky each year. Some of them, like agriculture, are obvious. But some that are greatly affected when a drought hits are almost hidden, except to those that...
Pink Ladies donate $12,000 to college for nurse scholarships
Paula Larsen (left) and Castleview Hospital Auxiliary President Carol Jean Cook present USU Eastern Chancellor Joe Peterson with a $12,000 check for 12 nursing scholarships, In addition to the many services they provide for the hospital and public,...
New Life to host open house in its new building
"Seven years ago, when we started this, I was in a hurry,"quipped New Life Ministries Pastor Andrew Lasslo.
Local mermaid brings smiles to Wave Pool visitors
For a group of young kids swimming in the Wave Pool alongside their parents, it was an uncommon sight. Their eyes grew big and smiles came over their faces even if they were a bit unsure of what they were seeing was real or not. Was there really a m...
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