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Published October 2, 2008

Carbon County News

Pedestrian, train accident claims life of 40-year-old Price man near 400 South


Price Police Chief Alec Shilaos talks with an officer while another inspects a train car after an east bound Union Pacific freight train hit a pedestrian on the tracks near 400 East and 400 South. Emergency crews raced to the railroad crossing at...

Motorists reminded to watch for pedestrians


As the days begin to get shorter and visibility becomes more of a challenge Carbon drivers are reminded to pay close attention as individuals make their way across busy intersections. ...

Carbon County residents to 'go green' for winter


With the projection of a rise in both natural gas and electricity costs, according to chief executive officers from both Rocky Mountain Power and Questar, Carbon residents are reminded that there are many small projects that can be done around th...

Price approves feasibility study


Price officials authorized awarding the bid for conducting a feasibility study on constructing a new fire station at the last council meeting, However, the officials did not rule out the option of expanding the city's existing facility....

Carbon County news briefs


Chamber schedules 2008 election candidates forum on Oct. 6 at Price City Hall

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