|Published September 20, 2011|
Oil tanker rolls, explodes in Willow Creek Canyon
Driver killed, crews work to contain crude oil spill
Making a break for freedom
A chukar partridge heads for the hills of Pinnacle Canyon near Price Thursday as Division of Wildlife Resources biologist Brad Crompton tries to convnce its crate mates that freedom is only inches away. DWR released about 200 birds, 50 each at Pinnac...
A winner at Kids' Day
Three-year-old Maty Madariaga becomes the proud owner of a brand new bicycle - complete with training wheels - at Saturday's Kiwanis Kids' Day in Washington Park. This was one of 28 bikes and other prizes given away at this year's event. The park was...
Oil, natural gas remain bright spots in Utah economy, report shows
Oil and natural gas production remain two of the bright spots in the state and local economic picture, according to the Utah Department of Workforce Services. High energy prices stimulate activity, and Carbon, Uintah (natural gas) and Duchesne (oil) ...
Community leaders gather at Price Peace Gardens to dedicate 'recovery fence'
Community leaders from the whole of Carbon County gather to dedicate a 'recovery fence' in the Price City Peace Gardens. The fence was constructed over the past month by members of the Carbon County Communities that Care Coalition (CTCC) with help fr...
Price centenarian recalls growing up in Italy
Sitting in Ancelia Marchino's living room and talking to her was like being in a time machine and being transported back to a time before most of us were born. She turned 100 on Saturday....
Price tennis court repair becomes a team sport
Just a few weeks ago, the Price City tennis courts were in danger of closing down at the end of October to pave the way for an expansion of recreation activities at Washington Park, including a new pool at the city's Desert Wave Pool complex....
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