|Published May 29, 2014|
Carbon County News
Vandals deface rock art panel in 9 Mile Canyon
One of Utah's most famous rock art panels, the Pregnant Buffalo site in Nine Mile Canyon, was vandalized over the Memorial Day weekend by an individual who etched into the dark patina next to prehistoric images the initials "JMN" and the date of "5/2...
County observes Memorial Day
The Carbon County community joined with the rest of the nation Monday in remembrance of the country's war dead and other loved ones on Memorial Day. Above and below, veterans of the American Legion, Marine Corps League and Veterans of Foreign Wars pr...
Massive response to wild fire in Miller Creek
Wildland fire fighters from Price, Helper, Wellington, the Utah Department of Natural Resources and US Forest Service battled a fire that apparently jumped a canal bank during a controlled burn Wednesday morning and spread through dry farm fields. Th...
Wildlife Stewardship Awards include two Castle Country recipients
On May 22, the Division of Wildlife Resources hosted its second annual Stewardship Awards Banquet at the Radisson Airport Hotel in Salt Lake City. Â Stewardship awards recognize outstanding citizens, educators, landowners, policy makers, and conser...
2 killed, 2 badly hurt when ATV rolls off cliff in San Rafael Swell canyon
An ATV accident claimed the life of two American Fork residents and critically injured their two young grandchildren over Memorial weekend in the Castle Country's San Rafael Swell....
Tough choice for DWR in killing potentially infected Bighorn rams
The Division of Wildlife Resources killed two Bighorn rams near the Carbon Power Plant last Wednesday, an action that biologist Brad Crompton called unfortunate but necessary to protect the main herd in the Nine Mile Canyon area from communicable dis...
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