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Carbon County News

We'd look better if we'd weed our property, Price City says

While the recent rainfall has been a welcome sight for an area grappling with drought conditions, that same rain helping saturate the soil is also unearthing an eyesore of weeds in yards and in every crack and crevice along city streets....

US 6 landslide strands drivers

A relentless downpour of rain in Spanish Fork Canyon on Labor Day caused a river of mud to descend onto U.S. Highway 6, burying the heavily-traveled road with debris and closing the highway for more than four hours. ...

Carbon schools come out OK in new letter grades performance standards

(This is the first of two articles concerning Senate Bill 271 from last winter's Utah legislative session. The bill set up a system to grade schools with letter grades. This article explains how it works and the political points of view concerning th...

Would a rational investor buy the County Courthouse?

Of the 59 local business responses to a questionnaire about what to do with the County Courthouse building on Price Main Street, apparently not one said, "I'll buy it."

Ascension St. Matthew's will perform service work at Castle Heights Sunday

Ascension St. Matthew's Church will celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America under the theme, "Always being made new."

EUCCU donates big to local kids

Eastern Utah Community Credit Union Chief Financial Officer Bruce Yost, and Vice President of Lending Ken Bishoff, donate $2,400 worth scientific calculators to the students at Pinnacle High School in Price. Each year EUCCU donates supplies to loca...

Average gasoline price drops

Average retail gasoline prices in Utah have fallen 1.9 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $3.65/g Sunday, according to GasBuddy's daily survey of 1,171 gas outlets in Utah. This compares with the national average that has increased 4.1 cen...

Mosaic dedication Friday

The Helper Train Mosaic will be dedicated Friday at 6 p.m. at the Western Mining and Railroad Museum.

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