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Published July 27, 2010

Carbon County News

Price police arrest 2 suspects in separate stabbing incidents


Price police have arrested two suspects in less than two weeks for stabbings.

Wellington 'Cheers the Pioneers'


About 60 floats and other entries pass in review for hundreds of spectators at Wellington's Pioneer Day parade Saturday. This year's theme was "Cheer the Pioneers,' a celebration of the early settlers of the town. Other events included a rodeo, f...

Twister


Violent thunderstorms south of Price whipped up at least one whirling funnel cloud that devastated one Miller Creek property.

Got lots of camping gear? Go l-o-o-o-n-g, go triple unit


Almost everyone has seen them, particularly in Carbon County where camping and RV rigs pass through by the thousands on holiday weekends.

Truck with trailer breaks down on dirt road, crane called out to help


A truck traveling down a dirt road outside of Wellington became stuck on the road. When the driver began backing up, the trailer connected to the truck nearly split in two during the process. A crane was called out to help clean up the scene, acc...

Audit shows PRWID finances in control


It took 60 pages of numbers and technical terms to reach the conclusion, but only a minute to explain it: in all material respects, the Price River Water Improvement District's books and financial status are okay....

PRWID board denies variance for hookup


The Price River Water Improvement District was sympathetic but firm in holding to its policies to require regulation pipe size and metering for a small development proposed by Kent Shorts of Wellington....

Beware of waterlogged appliances, city warns


Summer storms can do more than postpone baseball games and make the grass grow greener. They can flood basements and damage washers, dryers and other electric appliances.

Sunnyside calls Community Daze a success


That's what many on the Sunnyside City council collectively thought about the Community Daze celebration held on July 10 during discussion at a city council meeting last week....

Collision in Price sends 1 to hospital


A battered Mazda 626 (foreground) and Chrysler Sebring show the aftermath of a two-car collision on Price Main Street and 7th North Monday at noon. According to Price Police officer Robb Radley, the driver of the Sebring - a female minor - made a...

Kenilworth on list for reclamation by mining division


Little black bits of history are all over the place around Kenilworth. They are coal fragments left over from the days when pick-and-shovel miners walked north up the hill to the mine portal each day from their little white homes in the company t...

"Mason Jars" to be used to support Childrens Justice Center


KASL morning personality Keith Mason is teaming up with the Children's Justice Center in Price for a unique fundraising campaign during the month of August.

Corn isn't tall yet, but...


The hot summer sun and some water is making this corn in Carbonville grow up pretty fast. Soon, probably before anyone realizes it will be eight feet tall and ready to harvest. ...

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