Garage fire at dawn wakes family in south Price, structure seriously damaged
Shortly after 6 a.m. on Wednesday morning, residents of a home near 400 South and 200 East awoke to flames that had almost completely engulfed a garage, located 20 feet from their home. Though firefighters were able to extinguish the fire, the struct...
Blood donors provide needed services
Phlebotomist Jessica Tippetts prepares to draw blood from Valarie Venuto at the Jennifer Leavitt Student Center at the College of Eastern Utah. Donors were able to participate on Tuesday and Wednesday....
Helper demolishes abandoned pool, starts construction phase of project
A county trackhoe excavator begins demolishing the old Helper pool Thursday morning. By the end of the day, only a pile of rubble remained. With the city council having selected a construction manager, the project is moving forward and construction...
PRWID Reviews Pending Matters
The Price River Water Improvement District met Feb. 21 and revisited several ongoing issues.
Price, businesses consider forming historical district
The Price Main Street program board, in cooperation with the downtown business community and the city, is considering becoming a historical district on the National Register of Historic Places....
Program slated to aid youth in preparing to succeed against odds
On Feb. 27, the Carbon County Healthy Families Coalition will present a program called "Succeeding Against the Odds" at Mont Harmon Junior High to aid parents and children in preparing for the future....
Helper mission announces fundraising prize drawing winners
County housing authority director Lynda Varner presents a quilt to prize drawing winner Lanore Cunningham.
MSHA Declares Nationwide Safety Event for Mines Operating Across United States
The United States Mine Safety and Health Administration recently declared a nationwide event specifically designed to reduce the number of accidents, injuries and deaths occurring in America's metal and nonmetal production industries....
Federal oil, gas lease sale in Utah nets $9.5 million
The United States Bureau of Land Management's February quarterly oil and gas lease sale netted $9.4 million dollars.
Quarterly economic growth exceeds levels posted nationwide for 20 years
The United States has registered at 3 percent or higher economic growth during the last 10 quarters.