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Carbon County News

Bridge holds up to troubled waters


The sign at the north end of the Price River Trail proved to be entirely accurate Monday night at about 9:30 p.m. as a 10-foot surge of water roared down the river and over the foot bridge at end of the trail. City Public Works Director Gary Sonntag ...

Helper's river restoration plan gets another boost


The Utah Division of Water Quality has awarded Helper City $35,000 to fund the second phase of studies toward revitalizing the Price River corridor through Helper City.

Madagascar trip awaits Carbon County teenager


As the summer stretches out here in Carbon County, most 13-year-old boys are finishing up a little baseball and getting ready for the dog days of August. Jax Kraync has different plans. After reading "Do Hard Things," and receiving a little push from...

Greek Fest tradition continues


The Assumption Greek Orthodox Church's annual Greek Festival continued its long tradition of drawing crowds to Price for authentic food and entertainment. People who came to lunch or dinner on Friday and Saturday not only got to sample the cuisine, b...

New E Clampus Vitus plaque commemorates Carbon Fuel disaster that killed 9 coal miners


Ralph Fossat, Bernice Mascarenas and Frances Price stand beside the new historic marker dedicated by the Matt Warner Chapter of E Clampus Vitus Saturday morning at the north end of the Helper River Parkway trail. All three of them had loved ones i...

Motorists urged to use caution driving through burned-out area


Public safety officials are warning travelers that driving through the Huntington Canyon burned area can be perilous during and after rain storms.

Price City Yard of the Month winners announced for June


The tenth annual "All Spruced Up" Yard of the Month competition put on by Price City have announced four homeowners and one local business as winners for the month of June.

Helper's Art in the Park off to a good start


The first Wednesday of the youth Art-in-the-Park was a July 11 despite the rain. The creative spirit was unleashed at the Helper Pavilion with the help of local artists Ben and Mel Steele. Ben demonstrated the painting and stenciling techniques pione...




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