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Helper fortifies employee base as budget time looms


The Helper pool will have a new lifeguard/ concessions manager.

Carbon residents cautioned, use prudent water practices


Even though Carbon County experienced a long and wet winter season, water conservation is still an issue of importance in Carbon's dry climate for several reasons.

A Piece Of Helper History is Hauled Away


On April 30 a worker with Construction Plus from Price tears into the interior of the building that once housed both the Moose Lodge and Bunnell Motor Co. Snow collapsed the roof this winter and it had to be torn down....

Carbon County kids learn safety protocols while operating Off Highway Vehicles


Scott Wheeler, a local OHV trainer, along with Keith Haycock and Kari Christman show this young OHV operator how a rock would feel if it hit his head with a helmet in place. The team trained 25 youth 14 and under how to ride four wheelers and dirt mo...

Desert wildlife use natural camouflage to avoid predators


This desert reptile uses natural scale coloration to blend seemlessly with the surroundings. This particular type of lizard can be found all over the Castle Valley area and is a favorite species of prey for young children. ...

Blockbuster premiere


Enthusiastic Carbon residents turnout for blockbuster premiere.

Sen. Bennett introduces employee/employer health care ammendment


Sen. Bob Bennett was one of several legislators who are addressing employees' desires to keep their present benefits.

NRCS Announces Availability Of AMA Program Funding


Wayne Greenhaulgh, District Conservationist for the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Natural Resources Conservation Service in Carbon and Emery counties, announced that the private lands conservation agency is accepting applications for consideration...




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