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Carbon County News

Precip near normal, but reservoirs have lots of loss to make up


A report issued on Monday by the Natural Resource Conservation Service should bring a little rest to minds that are concerned about the water outlook so far this year.

Helper may pitch new idea on ballparks: joint purchase of dirt


Jeff Cisneros brought a bunch of real dirtbags with him to Helper's city council meeting Thursday.

Long red curb for Uintah Street


Council decides street isn't wide enough to handle parking at some HJHS events

Quick response, treatment save gunshot eagle


Due to the sharp eyes of a local mortician and the continued work of one of the best wildlife rehabilitators in the state, a young male golden eagle is alive and recovering from a small caliber gunshot wound. Because of the time taken by one who usua...

Museum features natural science art exhibit


The USU Eastern Prehistoric Museum is presenting the Guild of Natural Science Illustrators Exhibition through Feb. 15. Hours are 9 a.m. 5 p.m. daily except Sundays.

Democrats invite applications for Carbon County clerk/auditor


Robert Pero, Carbon County's Clerk/Auditor has accepted a position with the Utah State Tax Commission and will therefore vacate his elected position as Clerk/Auditor.




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