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Published March 13, 2012

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Genwal agrees to $500,000 in fines

Genwal Resources, Inc., operator of the Crandall Canyon Mine where nine coal miners were killed August 2007, has agreed to plead guilty and pay $500,000 in fines for two federal criminal misdemeanor charges filed by the U.S. Attorney's Office f...

Citizens hear Helper's case for massive system rebuild

It was not something to talk about at the dinner table, but for a presentation on the current state of Helper's underground pipes, it was an image that got the point across....

Stealing from the disabled

Active Re-Entry does a lot things in the community that helps people with disabilities, the elderly and the poor.

Distracted driving ends with car hitting power pole

Firefighters and emergency personnel work to pull a 1994 Chevrolet Cavalier out of a ditch near 600 S and 100 E on Wednesday afternoon. According to Price Police Chief Aleck Shilaos, a 17-year old driver was driving along the street when the ...

Miss Carbon vows to help girls succeed

Miss Carbon County Kristen Kulow has taken on an ambitious platform for her reign this year.

Commission decides to move ahead with eminent domain action

By unanimous vote, the Carbon County Commission resolved Wednesday to acquire by eminent domain a road maintenance right-of-way from Nine Mile Canyon landowner Michael Carlson....

Carbon High takes first place overall in region FBLA competition

The Future Business Leaders of America held their region meet at USU Eastern and all of the Eastern Region schools came out to participate. Carbon High took first place overall and many of the members received a high rank. ...

Gasoline prices continue to climb, may get higher by summer, analyst says

Average retail gasoline prices in Utah have risen 8.1 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $3.54/g yesterday.

St. Patrick's Day this weekend

The annual St. Patrick's Day parade will actually take place in Price on St. Patrick's Day this year. The parade will start at 400 East and Main Street at noon on Saturday. ...

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