|Published May 23, 2006|
Single Vehicle Rollover in Price Canyon Injures Driver, Slows Traffic on U.S. Highway 6
Tow truck operators work to right a motor vehicle that flipped on U.S. Highway 6 on Saturday evening. The driver of the Ford Contour was transported to Castleview Hospital for treatment for what law enforcement personnel at the scene described as min...
Construction crews treat outlying roads in Carbon County area
With warming temperatures, construction crews are treating many outlying roads in Carbon County. Wet winters often result in deep ruts and potholes, but the moisture controls dust. As temperatures rise, roads dry out and dust becomes a problem. To k...
Recapping History Of U.S. Memorial Day Celebration
In 1868, three years after the end of the American Civil War, General John Logan, commander of an early veterans organization called The Grand Army of the Republic, issued general order number 11. ...
Board of education increases payments to county recreation
Helper and Mont Harmon Junior High football players struggle to control the ball during a game last fall. On May 10, the Carbon County Board of Education voted to increase student athletic fees at Helper Junior High from $20 to $30. Students partic...
Helper officials discuss city water system, table rate hike resolution
Helper residents have yet to learn whether the city council will raise water rates.
School plants tree in student's memory
In memory of Mason Childs, who died in a traffic accident last December, students and faculty at Castle Heights Elementary in Price plant a tree at the school. The tree has been in a classroom since last Christmas, but the school chose to delay the e...
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