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Published September 19, 2002

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Helper Couple Injured in U.S. 6 Collision


Emergency personnel assist at the scene of a two-vehicle accident near the west Price interchange on Tuesday morning. Price rescue crew members used the jaws of life to extricate a passenger trapped inside one of the pickup trucks involved in the c...

PRWID Focuses Efforts on Eliminating Odor Created by Wildfire in Price Canyon


The odor of burnt trees and bushes permeate the air where Sulphur Canyon Creek mixes water with the Price River about a mile above the PRWID plant. The creek is only one of the many streams that feed water into the river from the area where the wil...

Policy group calculates Utah tax, income ratios


State, federal and local taxes consume 28 percent of a typical Utah family's total annual income.

Price city, Carbon County government partnership establishes redevelopment area


Acting in joint partnership with Carbon County government, Price city has established a new redevelopment area.

Carbon County residents assist local family by donating money for accident victim


An auto-pedestrian accident which occured last month left Carbon County resident Andrew Knott wounded and without transportation. The incident occured Aug. 7 at the corner of 800 East and Main Street in Price when a motor vehicle struck Knott who was...

Canyon coalition meets to talk about road issues


Members of the Nine Mile Canyon Coalition Committee listen as one of the resident members speaks about the road situation in the canyon. Tourism officials say that many visitors go away disappointed because of dusty and noisy conditions in the can...

Helper residents completes a ride of a lifetime across America


Helper resident Allen Saccomano completed a life-long dream during the July 4 weekend as he made a lone journey across the United States on his Yamaha motorcycle. Saccomano traveled from his home in Helper to Niagara Falls, N.Y. where he turned aroun...

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