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Published September 2, 2008

Carbon County News

Price residents see larger electric bills


As Rocky Mountain Power continues to raise power costs, Price city has been forced to pass those increases down to their citizens via their monthly electric bill.

The tale of the trail of water in Carbon County


Water has been called the life blood of the west, and it is as true as the day is long. A look around Carbon County will tell anyone that is true. Without water Helper, Spring Glen, Price, Wellington and East Carbon would look much like Clark Val...

Utah hits all-time natural gas mark


Utah's natural gas producers set an all-time monthly record in March.

Area residents look to different modes of transportation for recreation, work


Lorrie Toulou takes her five year old son Jake Toulou to the store to purchase items for his birthday party. As gas prices continue to fluctuate many Carbon County residents are still finding a way to get out on the road without getting in their ...

Citizens aid department with small fire


Carbon citizens assist Price city fire officials in putting out a brush fire near Pinnacle Canyon before it was able to gain any ground and threaten the homes and the schools in the area. ...

Managed and prescribed fires cause undue concern for public


While state agencies, the Bureau of Land Management and the United States Forest Service try very hard to get the word out about prescribed or managed fires in an area, often people either don't see the notices or they ignore those notices when t...

BLM accepts input on proposed Price field office plan


The United States Bureau of Land Management recently announced that the federal agency's proposed resource plan for the Price field office is available to the public.

Carbon County news briefs


DWR gives mixed review concerning the opening of archery season in Utah

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