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Published October 29, 2009

Carbon County News

Public safety district reviewed

On Oct. 27, the East Carbon City Council reviewed the newly-proposed public safety district. The city attorney informed the council that establishing the district would require petitions from both cities with 67 percent of registered voters from ...

CEU students make hair do amazing things

The annual College of Eastern Utah Annual Fantasy Hair Competition was held this week. Here Ashton Hardman models a patriotic 'do.

How sweet it is

When Darrel Russon puts on his protective suit and veil to go out and gather honey, he says he feels a little like a thief.

Vote on Tuesday, bring ID to polls

Early voting for all city offices ends on Friday and then on Tuesday the big day finally arrives - Election Day.

EPA letter outlines water problems in East Carbon area

In an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) letter addressed to East Carbon City Mayor Orlando La Fontaine dated Sept. 9 2009, the EPA informed the city of East Carbon that national primary drinking water regulations had been violated. According ...

Meet candidates night sparsely attended by residents

On Monday Oct. 26 a meet the candidates forum was held at the Rio theater in Helper. Although time was limited, many new candidates were introduced along with the familiar faces. In total, cities with open positions who participated included Pric...

Agri-safety important to Rocky Mountain Power

With the fall season underway, Rocky Mountain Power reminds farmers and ranchers to avoid potential electrical hazards while working in fields or orchards, or with farming equipment....

Outlaw Swap Meet held for good cause

Nolan Goodwin and Ben Valdez from American Fork join Jed McBride, Jim Noyes and Jack Archer from Price, in the Albertsons parking lot as they look over car parts. The first annual "Butch Cassidy Outlaw Gang Car Club" swap meet was held Oct. 17 to...

Examining on-line college vs. tradtional college courses

Deciding to attend courses either in the traditional manner verses on-line education requires a lot of consideration and contemplation. Most non-traditional students who are battling long hours of employment have to consider the advantages and di...

Facilities nearly look like new again

Within 48 hours of the vandalism by unknown persons, the rest room facilities at the top of the Spring Canyon trail look almost new again. As soon as the graffiti was discovered, Carbon County Recreation sprang into action and repainted the build...

Strong winds knock down garage in East Carbon

Strong winds around East Carbon City on Wednesday strained a garage to its limits, causing a collapse on Florence Eckright's car at her home on Columbia Ave. According to her granddaughter, the winds blew out supporting bricks under the structure...

Hie to Hurst Bridge

The ominous wall of jagged, slanted rock that parallels state highway 24 for more than 20 miles conceals many surprises within it's expanse. Hidden amongst the rock are mining relics from a era since past and marks on the rock walls made by ancie...

Local boys family needs help from community

Xander is a six year old boy that has relapsed with Leukemia four times. He underwent a bone marrow transplant on Oct. 27. He will be staying in Primary Childrens Hospital for 30 days following the transplant and then once he is released he will ...

Halloween safety checklist

Halloween is spooky, especially if you're a safety professional. Or a mom. On Halloween, we let the kids do the things we tell them not to do 364 days of the year. We let the kids walk the streets at night. We tell them to take candy from strange...

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