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Published May 17, 2012

Carbon County News

Dry winter means early opening for campgrounds


In the middle of this past winter one could drive up the dirt road near Soldier Summit that travels north along the White River and make it nearly to Reservation Ridge without being blocked by high snow. ...

'Goodbye to all'


Shortage of area foster parents means kids must leave siblings, friends and relatives to relocate

No Grave Unadorned' flowers pour in, placement begins soon


This coming weekend the project to place at least one flower on the estimated 40,000 graves in Carbon and Emery Counties will begin in earnest as groups of people we call Flowerteers will descend on the area's cemeteries....

County attorney, deputy shoot it out in 1898 vendetta in Price


It was January 1898, and Price was still a pretty Wild West town.

Wahoo! Ronday-Voo!



Murray honored by Lt. Governor at Silver Bowl Awards


In early April of this year, one of the most beloved and inspiring individuals in the Castle Valley was honored at the Utah Silver Bowl Awards. Kathy Murray, the initiator of student community volunteerism in eastern Utah was recognized for her many ...

American Legion, Marine Corps League post Memorial Day schedule


The American Legion Post No. 3 of Price and Post No. 21 of Helper, in conjunction with the Marine Corps League, will conduct Memorial Services on May 28 at the following locations and times:...

Mental Health Awareness walk May 22


New Heights and Interact Club conduct a Mental Health Awareness walk on May 22 from 1 to 4 p.m.

Call for entries in Youth Art Competition


The Helper Arts Festival is calling for entries in the youth art competition and exhibit that will be showcased the the festival from August 16 to 19.

Storm damage could lead to fraud


While this past season has been a fairly mild one (both winter and spring) in terms of storms, with early summer approaching, things can change fast when the monsoon season arrives here in the desert of eastern Utah....

Anadarko, Skyline among winners of Earth Day awards from Utah DOGM


Utah Governor Gary Herbert will present 2012 Utah Board of Oil, Gas and Mining Earth Day Awards to five companies which have demonstrated their willingness to go beyond what is required by regulation to protect Utah's environment while developing e...

Flowers for Mom


The Sutherlands parking lot in Price was a flurry of activity Saturday as youngsters designed and assembled their own flower arrangements as presents for Mother's Day.

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