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Published August 20, 2013

Carbon County News

'10,000 Random Acts of Kindness' becomes Web hit

Todd Oldham said he knew there were a lot of good people in the world, performing acts of kindness everyday.

Bowhunt accident nearly fatal for Price man

A Price man is recovering at the Utah Valley Regional Medical Center from head and neck injuries sustained during a hunting accident in Central Utah.

Plan in place to fix Price tennis courts

After more than two years of researching possible options for fixing the city's deteriorating tennis courts, a possible plan is in the works that could see the courts repaired by 2015....

Helper, Helper - Hallelujah!e

Helper Art Festival, as the streets come alive. The Saliva Sisters - Salubria, Uvula and Plethora - return to Helper for an irreverent Sunday performance on the outdoor stage at the Arts and Music Festival. Among the songs was an original they wrot...

Goblin Valley to host geocache quest

Goblin Valley State Park will host a moonlight geocache quest Aug. 24 at 8 p.m.

USFS opens 2 more areas for day use parking in Huntington Canyon

The Manti-La Sal National Forest is opening two additional areas in Huntington Canyon for day-use parking. Nuck Woodward Trailhead and the mouth of Engineer Canyon will be opened to give people access to open trails in the burned area. The parking...

Public invited to discuss needs of Price library

Price City will host a community meeting Thursday to receive public suggestions on the city's library needs. The meeting will begin at 5 p.m. in room 207 in City Hall, 185 East Main St....

Distress signal

Whether by accident or deliberate statement, someone inverted the American flag on its staff at the top of Castle Gate last week. It is not known who is responsible.

Sunnside voters choose Andrews, Jones in primary

Using mail in ballots, Sunnyside residents whittled their choices for council member down to two on Aug. 13.

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