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Annual electric light parade shows up brightly in Helper

Shane Baggs works on a float for the Helper Light Parade just before the start of the procession on Saturday evening. The parade featured over 30 floats this year, some of which were quite elaborate. More photos of the parade can be seen on page 9A....

could conservation easements lead to 'kings type' forest preserves?

Conservation easements are often placed on areas where agriculture or ranching have been prevalent for years.

County performs search for drugs with dogs

Ron Bogdin of Carbon County Sheriff's Department leads drug dog Cony around the lockers at Carbon High. The periodic drug searches are performed at junior highs and high schools in the area. According to the commander of the Carbon Drug Task Force, K...

BOR Answers Letter, Issues Financials

In a letter to the United States Bureau of Reclamation (BOR) in late October, Carbon County Commissioner Bill Krompel asked the agency some pointed questions about issues swirling around the proposed Gooseberry Narrows Project. At that same time and ...

Planning commission reviews land situations

Two different land issues highlighted the monthly meeting of the Carbon County Planning Commission last week with one request for a zone change being tabled until more can be learned about the situation and the second one approved....

Information is the key for crusing Carbon's winter by-ways

Driving these snowy Carbon County roads can be made easier by getting information from the 511 phone service UDOT offers.

"Engineered" bikes compete in race near Hiawatha

Members of George Uhlig's engineering 1010 class at College of Eastern Utah brave the elements for some friendly competition in the Great Bicycle Race.

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