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Carbon County News

Fire devastates Miller Creek home


Smoke alarms saved the lives of a Miller Creek family who were able to evacuate their burning home in a midnight fire Wednesday.

Good food, good causes


About 500 community members flocked to Ascension St. Matthew's Church to enjoy the food and each other's company at the Annual Shrove Tuesday Pancake Dinner. This event and the Fall Fare are the church's two major fund-raising events....

Drought: When wetlands aren't wet


(Editors note: Based on the weather this winter, if things don't change, the local area will be experiencing a drought. This is the fourth in a series of articles examining droughts, water use, water storage/sources, personal water footprints and...

New Gallery East exhibit features works of Southeastern Utah artist


Montezuma Creek artist Gilmore Scott is doing what he knows and loves. With a skillful hand and brush, he paints the beauty of the sacred lands and beings that inhabit his homeland. His bold, colorful paintings are reflection of the people and pl...

Scofield tiger trout smashes state record


Trent Peery of Santaquin came into the Springville office of the Division of Wildlife Resources on Thursday, Feb.16 and demonstrated extreme excitement about his day of fishing at Scofield Reservoir. ...

Sunnyside ready for talks with East Carbon


After years of discussion about a variety of possible mergers between Sunnyside and East Carbon City, local officials have finally decided on a committee which will work to combine the cities' fire and ambulance services. ...

Federal, state payments make up a big chunk of Carbon income


You might reasonably guess that the total personal income of Carbon County is the sum of all the paychecks collected by all the employees in private industry and government here. That's not even close. ...

Wellington to study costs, benefits of water treatment


The Wellington City Council has decided to finance an engineering study of the costs and benefits of establishing and running its own culinary water treatment system.




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