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Carbon County News

New episode in off-stage drama at Helper's Rio Theatre

The longest-playing drama at Helper's Rio Theatre has never appeared onstage. It has been the story of the theatre itself. Now in its 14th year, the series is about to take a new turn: professional management under contract with the city....

A safer place to walk

College students, faculty and Price City officials are the first to cross 300 East Street after the ribbon cutting for the new, high-tech crosswalk. USU Eastern students, tired of dodging careless drivers, worked with the city to come up with the so...

Price City gets ready to transfer land for new county building

Discussions on transferring parcels of land that would be used for a possible new County Office Complex will be on Price City's agenda this week.

Wellington to triple cemetery acreage

A land swap between Wellington and the Carbon School District will triple the size of the city's cemetery. On Wednesday, the city council passed a resolution authorizing Mayor Ben Blackburn to sign the quit claim deed for the transfer....

Used medical equipment can still be useful to those in need

Going though a garage or a basement any place in America can reveal a wealth of information about a family. Old clothes, musical instruments, magazines, appliances, furniture, bikes, sports equipment, etc. can be found in most of them. ...

A splendid end to summer

With the September Equinox over the weekend, Castle Country joined the rest of the northern hemisphere in the onset of autumn. Bob Wright Canyon and other high places were bursting with color as cooler temperatures caused leaves to begin changing co...

Murder charge filed

Carbonville resident Kurt Alan Morris has been formally charged with murder in the shooting death of his younger brother.

Works of Emery artist will be at Gallery East

The paintings of Emery County artist KaeLynn Winn will be on display at Gallery East on the USU Eastern Price campus from Oct. 8 through Nov. 8.

Run, walk, roll for Active Re-Entry

Participants of all ages and abilities showed up at Active Re-Entry for the annual "Run, Walk and Roll" event. The agency helps people with disabilities to live independently.

Sanpete paper wins GRAMA fight

The Sanpete Messenger won a unanimous victory recently in a Utah Records Committee appeal to discover the name of a juvenile struck by a car while walking down a highway near Fountain Green....

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