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Local volunteers, state arts council representatives join ranks to rebuild Helper stage

Members of the Utah Arts Council and local volunteers join forces to rebuild Helper's city stage. The state arts council along with local merchants provided funding for the rebuilding project. The new stage will be used for the city's arts festival e...

Exercise caution to reduce boating mishap risks

Safety officials remind Carbon County residents to comply with established boating guidelines when enjoying water recreation activities.

Archaeologist's son enjoys indoor museum's digging pit

Elias Patterson plays in the dino pit at the College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum. The youngster is the son of archaeologist Jody Patterson, who assisted in extracting the ancient flute recently discovered in Range Creek. ...

Construction work at Helper city pool project nearing completion

The construction work on Helper's swimming pool project is nearing completion. City officials have tentatively slated the ribbon cutting ceremony and the grand opening activities at the swimming pool on June 16. ...

DWS Data Indicate Expanding Economy in Southeast Region

In general, the latest employment and sales intensity statistics compiled by the Utah Department of Workforce Services paint a steadily improving economic picture for the southeastern region. ...

Carbon County News Briefs

Black Diamond Legends Rodeo returns to county, performances slated in June

Local performers entertain audience at country music show

Amanda Waters performs at the recent Country Legends Show at the Price Civic Auditorium. The program featured local artists and the legend performers singing a variety of old country classics. ...

Carbon School District announces retirements, honors

Willis Jenson, Reginna McCourt, Mary Mortensen, Dorine Pero, Carol Thayn, Chris Shaw, Sharyn Heiner and Bill Jewkes.

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