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Carbon County News

Man saved from suicide arrested as suspect in brother's murder


Victim's body, dead for more than a week, found in adjacent bedroom in mobile home

Mudslides, debris close Huntington Canyon again


A downpour in the fire-scarred mountains around Huntington Canyon produced another debris flow and mudslide Sunday, causing the Utah Department of Transportation to close SR 31 again. Other roads in the area were also reported as impassable....

EC woman survives lightning strike


An East Carbon woman is recovering following a lightning strike just west of East Carbon on Saturday.

Grassy Trail water project is a "survival issue," councilman says


During an special work meeting Tuesday night, East Carbon' city council reviewed its strategy for funding new water transmission.

Saturday's Rock the Park will feature dance, texting competition


Price City and the Boys and Girls Club will present the Rock the Park Summer event Saturday beginning at 6 p.m. in the Peace Gardens. The get-together is free and will feature the climbing wall, a dance with D.J., texting competition and lots of p...

Zions Bank will host free family field camp presented by museums


Zions Bank at 45 S. Carbon Ave. in Price will host a free family field camp adventure on Sept. 13 presented by the Natural History Museum of Utah and the USU Eastern Prehistoric Museum. ...

43 compete in 3rd annual Lunatic Tri


Carbon Rec held the third annual Lunatic Triathlon Saturday Sept. 1 at 5a.m. 43 people ran, biked and swam under the full moon light and cool morning air.

Meticulous muralists busy at college


Drawing on the wall has always been a no-no among parents, but on Tuesday, students visiting the new USU Eastern recruiting office during an open house were doing just that...tracing images projected on the walls. The project is to decorate the wal...

Health department releases uninsured numbers


The Utah Department of Health (UDOH) today released new data estimating that 377,700 Utahns, or 13.4 percent of the total population, went without health insurance in 2011. The figure represents an increase from the 2010 overall uninsured rate w...




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