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Carbon County News

Tanker rolls in Willow Creek Canyon

A semi-tractor hauling two tank cars of crude oil skidded off Highway 191 and rolled Tuesday morning in Willow Creek Canyon about six miles north of Helper.

Vets monument dedicated

An honor guard of Veterans of Foreign Wars, American Legion and Marine Corps League members looks on as the dedication ceremony for the monument to veterans in Helper's cemetery gets under way on Memorial Day. Speakers at event paid tribute to th...

Off-road trail gets BLM OK, more funds from RTSSD

Construction of a county-wide off-road trail will continue this summer as the Carbon County Recreation/Transportation Special Service District approved $670,000 in funding for the west loop portion of the County Backbone Multiple Use Trail. ...

County's economy depends on local purchases as well as payrolls

The local person's pocket book and how one uses it has a great deal to do with the well being of the community.

DWR will host bighorn sheep watch in Sunnyside June 15 in Sunnside

Those who live in Sunnyside share their town with some unique neighbors: A herd of wild Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep!

Helper ditch rescue may get funds from city, IF...

The Helper City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to invest up to $50,000 in piping the endangered Bryner-Ploutz ditch, but there are strings attached.

Progress continues at the Haycock Family Cemetery

Bunny Haycock and several other descendants and relatives of the Haycock, Buckley, Jones and Stowell families decorate the renovated Haycock Family cemetery in Spring Glen. The cemetery was founded in 1892 by Thomas and Mary Ann Haycock, who came to...

Rule the Rocks returns to Price

The Utah Department of Health's (UDOH) TRUTH campaign would like to invite youth ages 18 and under to compete in four skateboarding/BMX competitions as part of the annual Rule the Rocks competition. ...

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