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Authorities fingerprint students for child identification kits

Utah Highway Patrol Trooper Chris Parkins fingerprints Sally Mauro student Amanda Dimick. Helper city police officers, assisted by several UHP troopers, fingerprinted and took pictures of the elementary school students last week. The identification k...

Two-vehicle mishap contributes to second traffic accident on Carbonville Road

A mid-morning traffic accident on Carbonville Road led to second mishap while emergency crews were clearing the scene Monday.

Carbon County youngsters enjoy early Thanksgiving feast

Kindergartners Cameron Anderson, Denise Romerez and Morgan Rummel feast on turkey and all the trimmings at Castle Heights last Thursday. Parents and volunteers brought in cooked turkeys for the students while the lunch program provided the rest of th...

Commission considers extending coal property lease agreement

In the regular meeting last Wednesday, the Carbon Commission heard from Bill Reeves, Western Reserve Coal Company president, and Nick Sampinos, the local attorney representing the firm, about extending a lease that the company has had with the county...

Performances scheduled at Rio as part of Helper event

Renovation work has been going on for quite sometime in downtown Helper.

Residents endorse road improvements

The long discussed Carbonville Road project finally took it's first legitimate step into reality last Thursday night when property owners who attended a meeting at the Carbon County Courthouse unanimously voted by a show of hands to go ahead with the...

Donations continue to roll in to the county food bank

Kevin Cloward loads a truck full of food that was donated by Carbon Credit Union customers. The food was delivered to the Carbon County Food Bank where it will be distributed to local families during the holiday season. Without the support of Carbon ...

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