|Published May 29, 2012|
Carbon County News
Unadorned no more
With around 40,000 handmade flowers in their baskets, volunteers in Carbon and Emery counties achieved last week what no other communities in the nation do.
East Carbon police prepare for the unthinkable: school shooting
Before the tragic 1999 incident at Columbine High in Colorado, school shootings were the stuff of nightmares, a horror too terrible to imagine. Since that time, similar events in Georgia, California, Virginia, Florida and several other states have sh...
Showing support for Foster Care
in the Utah Foster Care Foundation's Fun Run show that there is more than one way to get where they're going. Some ran, some rode bikes, others walked and several rode in their strollers or were carried. Their route took them from the Peace Gardens ...
Public Works competition keeps jobs skills in shape
Price City Public Works employees tested their skills in competition at the city ballpark Thursday.
Walking for mental health awareness in Castle Country
With May being Mental Health Awareness Month, a special walk was created that brought around 30 people to walk from the New Heights clubhouse located at 77 S. 600 E. to the pavilion at Washington Park last Tuesday....
Sagging power line closes Highway 10
High winds loosened a power line about two miles south of Price Friday afternoon, causing the line to sag to windshield height across U-10. The Highway Patrol blocked traffic in both lanes for about an hour until a Rocky Mountain Power line crew repa...
1898: A shady county attorney stirs controversy
In the 1962 film "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance" a young eastern lawyer (Rance Stoddard) tries to establish a law practice in a western town where a gang of bullies dominates the territory. Everyone fears the gang led by Liberty Valance that plagu...
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