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Published October 10, 2013

Carbon County News

River Restoration plans demo project in Helper, downtown near Ivy Street

Design work on a demonstration project on the Price River in Helper is more than 80 percent complete, and work on the first small step in the transformation of the river could begin this fall or winter....

New conductor, music instructor joins college

Rhonda Rhodes, the new conductor and music instructor at USU Eastern, made the decision of a lifetime when she was barely a teenager.

Cheers and fears surround talks about east side cities' merger idea

Strong comments were made Tuesday night as the residents of East Carbon and Sunnyside questioned officials about water, taxes, infrastructure and consolidation. During the joint public hearing a multitude of disagreements continued between the c...

Sad messages

USU Eastern student Carolyn Thornton stares at the messages written on T-shirts hanging from clotheslines in the student center ballroom last week. Each shirt represents an incident of violence against women, written by the victims themselves or by ...

International Walk to School Day

Castle Heights Elementary School Teacher Steve Lasslo sets the pace for students Wednesday morning as they walked from Dino Mine Park in northeast Price to their school on Homestead Avenue. They were all taking part in the Walk to School Day, whi...

'Zombie Prom,' a musical, begins Thursday USU Eastern's Geary

Eastern Utah Theatre Department opens the 2013-2014 season with Dana P. Rowe's and John Dempsey's musical "Zombie Prom" Oct. 10 at 7:30 in the Geary Theatre. It is a cross between Grease and Night of the Living Dead without any brain eating, sm...

Helper moonscape close to paving

Although this still looks like a picture a lunar rover might send back to NASA, there are signs that south and north Main Street in Helper are close to being paved over soon. Deep trenches for the new water and sewer lines have been filled in, wh...

Carbon High junior is Miss Utah Job's Daughter

Kaycee Gilson, 16, of Price was crowned Miss Utah Job's Daughter at the MUJD/Spirit Ambassador pageant held in Salt Lake City on Sept. 21. The pageant took place at the Salt Lake Masonic temple and was a full day of testing on Job's Daughter kn...

Tourism director details core principles, criteria for tax funding

After doling out nearly $150,000 in funding last year, the Carbon County Office of Tourism is once again taking applications to foster the creation of tourism in Utah's Castle Country. ...

Preparations underway for Mike Ballard Golf Tournament in 2014

The Mike Ballard Memorial Fundraiser is an annual golf tournament, banquet and concert that help to raise money for qualified individuals or organizations. It is hosted by Carbon County Employees and Carbon County Community Members who volunteer...

Mule Deer Foundation concerned about impact of shutdown on wildlife

The Mule Deer Foundation (MDF) and other major sportsmen's groups from across the country held a conference call Monday with members from the press to discuss concerns and impacts of the federal government shutdown....

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