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Published September 12, 2013

Carbon County News

Dedicating a gift for the ages

Some day, ages from now, some grey-haired old person will take a grandchild to see the Helper Railroad Mosaic. The grandparent will point to one of the brightly-colored ceramic train cars and say, "This is the one I made when I was your age."...

Rain is mixed blessing for Carbon golfers

Several years of worsening drought have caused many Carbon County residents to look upon the recent deluge of rain with a welcoming eye. However, the force and concentration of the past week's storms have turned the much needed precipitation in...

Helper trims some rebuild costs

Redesign during the early phase of Helper's infrastructure rebuilding has trimmed a few hundred thousand dollars from the cost, while other changes have added to the planned expense....

Local CAP stays active with training

Civil Air Patrol, as an auxiliary of the United States Air Force, sets high standards for flying CAP aircraft and some of these standards include annual and bi-annual flight reviews in order to participate in flight activities along with search...

Interim openings on Price Planning and Zoning commission

The Price City Planning and Zoning Commission has an interim opening for two members representing the City at large. Interested persons must be residents of Price City and willing to serve and participate in planning...

Questar Gas asks for rate decrease, cites abundant supply of natural gas

Questar Gas is requesting a decrease in its Utah natural gas rates. If the request is approved by the Public Service Commission of Utah (PSC), the annual bill for the typical residential customer will decrease by about $10 beginning Oct. 1....

Price City Council honors Gary Sonntag for 30 years of service with the city

After spending the last 30 years helping to serve the community of Price City, city council members and staff wanted to make this a memorable occasion for Gary Sonntag.

Building, filling Scofield was a challenge

Building a dam during a world war, when materials and manpower were short, was not an easy thing to do.

Donation scam going on in Carbon County

On Friday Sept. 20 there will be a fund raiser for TJ Cartwright, the young man who was struck by an arrow while bow hunting last month.

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