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Motorists cautioned to watch for painting, construction projects on roadways


A Utah Department of Transportation line painting vehicle winds through traffic on U.S. Highway 6 in Helper on Tuesday.

East Carbon officials exploring proposal for consolidation vote


Former county sheriff and local resident Jim Robertson presents a consolidation ballot proposal to East Carbon officials at Tuesday's regularly scheduled public meeting. The proposal recommends allowing East Carbon and Sunnyside voters to decide w...

State laws prohibit access by juveniles to explicit materials


Many Carbon County residents frequently voice concerns regarding the exposure of local youth to sexually oriented materials.

Preferential employment rules benefit veterans at local, federal level


With employment opportunities limited in Carbon County, across Utah and throughout the United States, job seekers are trying to find special edges in the quest to secure work.

Individuals assume responsibility for wildland protection


Forests and wildlands create impressive natural scenery for Carbon County residents as well as visitors to enjoy. But irresponsible people are threatening the public lands. The Utah Legislature passed the Forest Protection Act of 1987 prohibiting ...

A President Visits Carbon County


In 1948 President Harry Truman "whistle stopped" in Carbon County as he kicked off his campaign for reelection. He is pictured here with wife Bess and daughter Margeret standing on the back of a train at the Price station....




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