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Windstorm hits some areas harder than others


Tree branches lay draped over picnic tables at Washington Park on Wednesday morning after wind whipped eastern Utah overnight. Some areas seemed to have gotten the brunt of the breezes more than others. The park was especially hard hit with large bra...

Mission resident beautifies Helper area


Golden Rule Mission resident Billy Bodie plants flowers along Main Street in Helper. Bodie who is 75 just want people to enjoy the beauty he provided with money he saved for just such a project. ...

Board of education selects principals, school district administrators


With a number of administrative openings at schools in the Carbon District, the board of education met June 1 to ratify recommendations superintendent Patsy Bueno submitted to members....

Wnv Surveillance Launched Statewide


West Nile virus poses a health risk for humans and horses. Carbon County residents should take precautions to protect themselves and their animals from the serious infection.

Court slates hearing in Relyea complaints


The 7th District Court has set a July 19 preliminary hearing in the criminal complaints charging a doctor who practiced medicine in Price with unlawfully distributing a schedule one or schedule two narcotic, unlawful possession/use of a controlled su...

Travel bureau funds local projects, events


During a regularly scheduled city council meeting on June 6, Sunnyside Mayor Bruce Andrews discussed allocations from the Carbon County Travel Bureau as well as restaurant tax monies. ...

Carbon County News Briefs


Community blood drive to be conducted on May 8 at Longwall West

County recreation, transportation special service district members dedicate plaque


Jim Young and representatives of the Carbon recreation and transportation special service district admire the artist's newly dedicated plaque at the county's softball fields. The plaque acknowledges the hard-working men and women who fuel the local e...




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