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Carbon County News

No procrastination for early voters

Voters show their identification and sign in to cast their early voting ballots Tuesday at the County Courthouse. By the end of the first day, 273 electronic ballots had been filed. On Wednesday afternoon before polls closed, the two-day count wa...

Advice for assisting friends with disabilities: use common courtesy

How much help is too much for a disabled person who wants to be independent? And when does not helping someone out become rude and inconsiderate?

1924: Utah stays cool with Coolidge, votes Dem for governor

The publisher of The Sun newspaper was a happy man on Nov. 5, 1924. His blatantly Republican newspaper had another GOP candidate in the White House for another four years.

BLM offices offer interagency passes for public land use

The Bureau of Land Management Price and Vernal Field Offices are selling the America the Beautiful Interagency Pass.

Stella d'America fall dinner

Helper's Italian-American Lodge, Stella d'America, has scheduled its annual fall dinner for Sunday, Nov. 11 at 1:30 p.m. at the the Tuscan Ristorante Italiano in the old Elks Building. There is no charge for members and guests are welcome at $10 a p...

Snowmobile course for young people

With snowmobile season just around the corner, Utah State Parks and Recreation reminds young riders and their parents that state-required youth snowmobile education courses are available online at

Carbon Rec bouldering outing Nov. 10

Carbon Rec will host a bouldering outing in the San Rafael Swell Nov. 10. Bouldering is a low level rock climbing using spotters and crash pads rather than ropes. If you ever wanted to try rock climbing, this is your chance. The fee is $10 and inclu...

Room enough for every body in East Carbon City

Following a joint session which saw East Carbon and Sunnyside officials iron out many of their differences and move forward on multiple projects, the East Carbon City council convened Tuesday evening to formally legislate multiple issues. ...

Job's Daughters have a successful fund raiser at Halloween dinner

Job's Daughters International Bethel 3 of Price held a Spooky Spaghetti Dinner on Friday, October 19, to raise money for their general travel fund. The meal was held at the Price Masonic temple....

Spring Glen woman hopes those who shot her dog with BBs will be caught

A Spring Glen woman is waiting and hoping that those responsible for shooting her dog with BBs will be caught.

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