|Published September 5, 2006|
Coal Truck Rolls While Attempting to Turn Onto U.S. 6, Halts Traffic at Sunnyside Junction
Emergency personnel rush a female truck driver to an ambulance at the scene of a semi-tractor trailer rollover at Sunnyside Junction last Thursday. At approximately 5 p.m. on Aug. 31, a Savage coal truck rolled when the driver apparently lost control...
Construction crews scramble to repair damaged water line
Water gushes from a punctured water line at the Helper interchange construction site on U.S. Highway 6. A Price city water main was shut down for repairs Thursday afternoon after a backhoe operator reportedly breached the line. With water spraying to...
American Cancer Society unveils local resource center at grand opening ceremony
Wigs, literature and information sources line the walls at the cancer resource center. The American Cancer Society and Castleview Hospital unveiled Utah's first resource center at a grand opening on Aug. 31....
Price city officials endorse branding logo, slogan for Carbon County area
Motorists traveling along U.S. Highway 6 will notice a change in Price city's billboard. Carbon's small business alliance has partnered with the travel bureau to bring a new slogan to the county. The first target for the logo and slogan will be Pri...
Commission Opens Trail System Sections to OHV Enthusiasts
All-terrain vehicle enthusiasts in Carbon County can now legally enjoy riding more than 90 miles of trail which have been declared open for off-highway vehicle use.
Helper pool project
Shower houses start to take shape as construction crews work on Helper pool project.
Donations continue to roll in for community playground
Leonard Miller, Price Lions Club bulletin chairman hands Susan Polster, one of the principals in initiating the construction of the Dino-Mine Adventure Park, a check for $5,000. Other Lions Club members are Charlie Bezyack, secretary, Barry P. Cook, ...
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