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Published August 5, 2014

Carbon County News

Suspects booked in Price fire death

Following an investigation and autopsy by the Utah State Medical Examiner's Office, it has been determined Brian William Swink, 32, of Helper was killed by asphyxiation due to inhalation of smoke. Swink was found dead in the basement of 423 S. 200 We...

Helper Legion team wins state championship

9-0 win over St. George gives Helper back-to-back state titles

Agencies will dedicate trail system Saturday

The Castle Country Trails Committee, Carbon County and the Carbon County Office of Tourism will dedicate the Castle Country Trails System with a ceremonial "pounding of the first trail marker" Saturday at noon at the Fairgrounds PeeWee Motorcycle...

Day of the Dead celebration opens Helper Arts Festival

The Helper Arts Council used Friday's Day of the Dead holiday to host a celebration which opened the 2014 Helper Arts Festival. The street dance featured Orquesta Latino, a nationally known salsa band that had the local crowd dancing into the night. ...

Family Fishing Day at Carbon County Fair

On Saturday, August 9, the Division of Wildlife Resources will sponsor a Family Fishing Day during the Carbon County Fair at the fairgrounds pond.

Atlas cleanup proceeding with good speed, safety

MOAB - Trainload by trainload, the pile at the Moab Uranium Mill Tailings Remedial Action (UMTRA) site is growing smaller.

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