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Carbon County News

Emergency Operations Director arrested

Suspected of misuse of public funds, accounting investigation continuing

Scarred forest healing, but recreationists still feeling the burn

Three years after the Seeley Fire, access is being made available in Huntington Canyon, but an eight mile stretch along SR-31 remains closed to overnight camping, and some campgrounds, roads and trails are also still off limits. ...

ECC voters narrow list of candidates

With the primary election in the past and the general election coming up, seats are available for the East Carbon City Council. There are two two-year and three four-year positions available, as well as the position for mayor....

As kids begin school, district begins 2nd century

In the fall of 1915, a newly elected school board began directing all the public schools in Carbon County. Two years earlier, the state board had named a superintendent to oversee all the small community schools in the county, but by 1915 all schoo...

Works of Helper artist will be Gallery East's inaugural exhibit

The first exhibit to showcase USU's new Gallery East in the Central Instruction Building is by Helper artist Jason Huntzinger. His work showcases a collection of photographs and photo composites titled "Within the Teeth of Geologic Time" and runs fro...

Art of Terry Willis at Prehistoric Museum

The USU Eastern Prehistoric Museum will exhibit Terry Willis's "Red Rocks and Blue Skies," a collection of works depicting the beauty of the outdoors. The exhibit will run from Aug. 29 through Sept. 28....

Voc Rehab helps disabled regain productive lives, but access is now limited

Imagine yourself working at a job you love and want, and then suddenly something stops you from going to work every day. Something permanent that keeps you from that job.

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