Spring Glen artist concentrates on completing coal miners mural
Karen Templeton works in clay on the left side of the monument commissioned for the miners that were killed at Crandall Canyon in her studio. Templeton intends for part of this side of the monument to be the first piece to go to the foundry in Utah...
Carbon commissioners chip away at local meal reimbursement policy
When he's not embroiled in debates over meal reimbursement Commissioner Bill Krompel handles issues like the county airport and its upkeep. Here he heads to a Gulf Stream that spent some time on the tarmac....
Helper child reported missing, search quickly ensues
T.J. Hererra hugs his mother Tiffany Hererra after he was reported missing. The 6 year-old was reported missing at approximately 5 p.m. on May 23. Search units from Helper city police and fire, the Carbon County Sheriff's Office and Utah Highway Patr...
Community moms approach city council for skate event
Dondra Nance and Rachele Badback ask Price City councilmembers for permission to use the local skate park for a youth competition. The event will be conducted on July 16 and will be split into groups depending upon age. For more information contact P...
Price city wellness program gains statewide recognition
As the nation continues to focus on promoting a healthy America, local cities are bolstering community awareness through special programs.
Carbon County news briefs
Sunnyside city officials to open space for community and commercial rental
Carbon County students earn high test scores on college entrance examination
Carbon students Adam Frandsen, Mary Blackburn, Kelton Wells and Scott Potter smile after receiving high test scores on the college entrance exam. Blackburn earned an ACT score of 34. Frandsen, Wells and Potter all scored 31. The perfect ACT test scor...
Exercising caution curbs camping risks
With the Memorial Day holiday wrapping up and many long summer weekends ahead, camping will be on the agenda for many Carbon residents in the coming months.
DOGM Schedules May 29 Meeting to Accept Input on Regulating Coal Mines
The Utah Division of Oil, Gas and Mining is accepting public input on interpreting and applying environmental regulations governing the permitting and operations of mines in the Castle Valley region and across the state....
Judiciary panel approves 2008 child protection bill
On May 22, the United States Senate's judiciary committee approved child protection legislation authored by three former chairmen.
Preparing pets for vet visits, motor vehicle trips
Springtime prompts many Carbon County residents to take family cats and dogs to annual veterinary check-ups to ensure the pets are in good health and prepared for the upcoming flea and tick season....