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Published July 22, 2014

Breaking News

Wellington teen killed in collision

Carbon County Sheriff's officials have confirmed that a 15-year-old male was killed Saturday night while riding his off-road motorcycle in Wellington.

Cottonwood Elementary Principal faces domestic violence charges

4 days ago

Charges have been filed against Dennis Jones the principal at Cottonwood Elementary. These charges stem from an incident in Orangeville on Aug. 6.

Two historic buildings come down in Castle Dale

4 days ago

Two historic buildings along Castle Dale Main Street came tumbling down on Saturday morning. Work began when Sinbad Construction backhoe operator, Brady Ramon started tearing out the back of the TC West Building. He worked on that building until it w...

Commission approves change order for upper debris basin

8 days ago

Commissioner Ethan Migliori presented the employee of the month award to Boe Minchey from the Emery County Sheriff's Office.

Miss Emery County Outstanding Teen to host fitness workshop

9 days ago

Paytn Jeffs will host a workshop, Motivate 2 Move. It is a free youth fitness workshop. The workshop will be held on Wednesday, Aug. 13 from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Emery County Rec Center....

Utah's Own Entrepreneurship Summit Comes to Carbon and Emery counties

13 days ago

Helper and Price will host the first Utah's Own Summit intended to acquaint local companies with the resources that are available to them through their Utah Small Business Development Center (SBDC) and the Utah's Own Program. Food-oriented companies...

Public land use bill discussed at meeting

15 days ago

The Emery County Public Lands council met for their August meeting. Chairman Ed Geary greeted the audience. He said for the July meeting the group went on a field trip and looked at the ongoing recovery work from the Seeley fire in June 2012. Some o...

Helper digs out after flood

15 days ago

The heavy rain that pounded Carbon County Monday night and Tuesday morning took a toll on Helper. Mud and debris surged down from the steep cliffs north and east of town and flooded the north end of Main Street, reaching a high water mark of about t...

Flooding closes SR-31

15 days ago

After heavy rain in Huntington Canyon SR-31 is closed from milepost 21 to 31. The road will remain closed until UDOT crews can clean the debris. The road is expected to be open later today. Thunderstorms remain in the forecast for today. ...

Case resolved on Nine Mile Canyon vandalism

23 days ago

In May 2014, Bureau of Land Management Utah Price Field Office law enforcement officers and archaeological staff investigated citizen-reported damage to the Nine Mile Canyon Pregnant Buffalo rock art panel in Carbon County.  The investigation r...

Female dies in canyon

27 days ago

A female has died while camping in the area above the Skyline Mine along the Carbon/Emery County line. The Emery County Sheriff's Office is investigating the incident.

Helper American Legion to head to state tournament

27 days ago

The Helper American Legion Team wrapped up their final two regular season games. Manager Jeff Cisneros said, "We played Uintah a double header at home last night. These two games gave us an opportunity to get some work in and see some live pitching o...

Emery County joins seven county coalition

29 days ago

The Emery County Commission approved the Resolution and Interlocal Agreement creating the Seven County Infrastructure Coalition on July 22. Eric Johnson the lawyer for the organization has worked to draw up the agreement. He came to commission meetin...

Accident near Clawson

29 days ago

At approximately 1:10 p.m. a two vehicle accident happened Tuesday on SR-10 just north of Clawson. The two vehicles hit almost head-on. One vehicle was a truck from the Emery County School District. The other vehicle started on fire after the impac...

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