|Published December 13, 2005|
Canyon accident claims three lives
Flames engulf a 1999 Toyota reportedly involved in a fatal accident on U.S. Highway 6 near Soldier Summit. The SUV reportedly crossed the center line and colllided with a Chevrolet pickup at approximately 3:48 p.m. on Sunday. The accident claimed t...
Animals require adequate food, water
Sammy prepares for the holidays by adding a little canine cheer to the season. The Santa Paws enjoys warm indoor temperatures, but many animals do not have the same luxury. Carbon County residents are reminded to provide outdoor pets with the proper ...
Retired chief highlights career, experiences with Price's fire department
Kent Boyack and his wife, Penny, admire the quilt she made for the Price fire chief's recent retirement. Penny had family, friends and all of the Price firefighters sign a piece of material, which she stitched to the handmade quilt. The gift recogn...
Helper city awards pool design contract
The council in Helper awarded a contract to Sandstrom Architects of Orem for design work on the city's proposed pool.
PRWID Panel Reviews Draft Of Bill Resolution
The Price River Water Improvement District board met Tuesday and reviewed a second draft of a bill resolution document for Helper city.
Serving Utah Network sponsors Angel Tree, collects donations for local families
Jill Schalgaard, Kimberly Emett, Christine Stauffer, Kurt Snelgrove and Michael Malmgren display the gifts donated for the Angel Tree at the Serving Utah Network Center at the College of Eastern Utah. The items will be presented to youth and familie...
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