Students from Castle Valley Center spread Christmas cheer by decorating evergreen
A student from the Castle Valley Center decorates a Christmas tree for Smith's Food and Drug on Tuesday. Students and faculty from the center caroled for store staff and customers before decorating the tree. The center also decorated a tree for Zions...
Multiple agencies combine resources, construct home for couple
Utah prison inmates pour a concrete pad behind the home of Steve Pappas and Nancy Mercer. Prisoners provided the labor to construct a home that was both efficient and accessible. Inmates came up with the idea to add a sidewalk farther into the yard...
Castle Valley Youngsters Visit with Santa at Baca Holiday Event
Connor and Kadee Bradley visit with Santa at the BACA children's event Dec. 9 at Kraync Motors. Numerous youngsters from throughout the community attended the group's annual holiday activity. ...
CIB Denies Funding Request for Proposed Public Safety Facility
During the East Carbon council meeting on Dec. 12, Mayor Orlando LaFontaine reported that the Utah Permanent Community Impact Board had denied funding for a proposed public safety facility....
Carbon experiences economic, labor market expansion in second quarter
Carbon County experienced broad-based economic growth during second quarter 2006.
Space shuttle Discovery visible in weekend skies
With its crane still attached, the orbiter Discovery is settled into place behind the external tank and solid rocket boosters on the mobile launcher platform in high bay three of the Vehicle Assembly Building....
Warm winter weather brings out hard top football spirit in East Carbon youth
The youth of East Carbon play a touch football game in the parking lot in front of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints building in the town. A break in the cold wintertime weather conditions brought increased outdoor recreational activi...
Student places second at welding competition
After placing second in the nation in June at the Skills USA competition and third in October at the U.S. Open Weld Trials, 21-year-old Jeremiah Garcia of Helper is spending the next five months preparing to compete for a $40,000 scholarship and trip...
Gas pump prices drop for motorists in county, state
Following last month's double-digit drop at the gasoline pumps at locations across the state, the average prices have fallen an additional 6 cents per gallon.
U.S. Congress Approves Federal Energy Initiatives, Dietary Supplement Legislation
On Dec. 9, the United States Senate approved several tax, energy and health initiatives.
Exercise caution to prevent tax season identity thefts
Every year, Carbon County residents spend many hours preparing taxes hoping that they will not wind up owing the state or government money.