Matheson visits with officials, residents of Carbon County
Congressman Jim Matheson stands on the side of Carbonville Road with Commissioners Mike Milovich and Bill Krompel as they inspect the deteriorating condition of one of the busiest highways....
Sheriff's office warns of telemarketing schemes
The Carbon County Sheriff's Office has noted an escalating problem with telephone telemarketing that is affecting local residents.
Road construction will affect Labor Day travel for local residents
Crews busily pave Highway 6 between Price and Wellington on Tuesday morning. Some sections are nearing completion.
Bear cub causes disturbance
A male bear cub scrambles around a storage shed at Luxury Homes in Helper after being tranquilized by Division of Wildlife employees. According to Luxury Homes managers, prior to being taken the young cub had been enjoying an afternoon meal from a ne...
Utah consumer agency issues e-mail telephone message scam warning
At locations across Utah and from coast to coast in the United States, consumers are getting stung by cryptic telephone, e-mail and pager messages.
Organization plays key role in handling emergency situations
The recent ramage of Hurricane Charlie through Florida, which wrecked havoc on the west coast and central part of the state, was basically unexpected in scope and destruction.
Three car mishap blocks traffic at 100 North intersection
Price City officers sort out a three-car collision at the intersection of 100 North 300 East on Aug. 27. The accident, which took place at 11:30 a.m., resulted when 20-year-old Laura Thayn of Price ran a light heading southbound on 300 East. Seventee...
it's a long way to the library
A student strolls around the constuction fences at the College of Eastern Utah to get to the east side of campus. The trip for those at CEU from the Leavitt Student Center to the library in the middle of campus has changed from a short hop of about 1...
Helper Alliance meets to discuss civic topics
For the last few months a new group, dedicated to making Helper a better place to have businesses and to live in has been meeting. The initial meetings have been organized by the Carbon County Chamber of Commerce, but now leaders from the community a...