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Published June 5, 2012

Carbon County News

New Price police chief takes the helm


When Captain Kevin Drolc swore the oath in taking over as the new Chief with the Price Police Department at the Price City Council chamber on Friday afternoon, it was the culimination of a smooth transition to the lead position for the department....

Scofield cabin owners get details of Matheson's land transfer bill


Cabin dwellers at Scofield's Bolotas subdivision may get a chance to buy property they thought they already owned if Congress can enact legislation for a land transfer from the federal government to individuals. ...

Community plans big sendoff for National Guard


More than nine years ago, after coalition forces invaded Iraq and the Afganistan war was just a year old, local National Guard troops from the 1457th Engineering Battalion were activated and were gone from home for over a year....

Hinkins sentenced for up to 30 years on five counts of attempted murder


Gary Hinkins Jr. was sentenced May 29 to as many as 30 years in the Utah State Prison on five counts of attempted murder. Hinkins, 41, had pleaded guilty to the charges last March....

Honors of Achievement


Ten-year-old Jacob Davis receives a Price Centennial Challenge Medallion from Mayor Joe Piccolo in front of Davis's 5th grade class at Castle Heights. Jacob was recognized for completing the school's Patriot Packet, which is a collection of tasks inv...

Fire burns over 3 acres in Helper


A fire broke out near the Helper City Park leaving over three acres of burned brush just below the city cemetery on Friday morning.

Lotta shakin' going on at museum


The USU Eastern Prehistoric Museum has unveiled a new display that shows the location of earthquakes around the world in near real time. The Museum gets updated information hourly from IRIS, the Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology, and ...

Rock On


Visitors at the 6th Annual Castle Country Rock, Fossil & Mineral Show, at Carbon County Event Center Friday have plenty of specimens to choose from. The two-day event featured tables full of colorful displays....

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