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Published June 19, 2012

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Flag day dedication


A new flag and flagpole have graced the west entrance to Price City for a couple of months now, but the formality of dedicating the monument to freedom didn't take place until Thursday: Flag Day....

State tightens fire restrictions across all of Utah's public lands


Current and forecasted weather conditions coupled with extremely dry conditions and heavy loading of vegetation throughout the State of Utah have created hazardous fire conditions. As a result, all state and federal lands, and all unincorporated priv...

Guard members leave Utah


SALT LAKE CITY - Nearly 150 Utah soldiers left Salt Lake City Wednesday morning, bound for their Afghanistan deployment. They departed amidst a ceremony marked by equal parts sadness, patriotism and pride....

Gas prices fall in Utah market


Average retail gasoline prices in Utah have fallen 2.7 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $3.68/g yesterday. This compares with the national average that has fallen 3.2 cents per gallon in the last week to $3.53/g, according to gasoline pri...

Hawkinson pleads guilty to auto homicide


Darin S. Hawkinson, the 47-year-old East Carbon man charged with causing the deaths of two women in a chain-reaction collision on U.S. 6 near Wellington last September, pleaded guilty Friday to two counts of automobile homicide....

Price to reassess customer communications after power outage


A power outage last week in the Cedar Hills area gave price city officials a pause as they tried to figure out how to improve communications with customers across the city when things don't quite go right....

Price council discusses roads, new master plan


The Price City Council heard from a citizens concerned about the poor condition of some of the roads in the south part of town on Wednesday night at their regularly scheduled council meeting....

What is Price's master plan?


The master plan for prices infrastructure was recently completed by two engineering firms working in conjunction with the city's engineer and support services.

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