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Published November 6, 2012

Carbon County News

Amazingly, no one hurt

Wreckage of a Price River Water Improvement District sewer cleaning truck and rail crossing signal are widely scattered after the truck drove into the path of a Union Pacific freight train Friday morning. Driver Patrick Hansen and a passenger were ...


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Mother asks for help finding missing son

The Carbon County Sheriff's Office are looking for assistance from the public with the case of a local man who has been missing for over a week.

Former mayor of Price runs for President in 1960 election

One of the most interesting presidential elections ever held in the United States took place on Nov.8. 1960. But the interest locally wasn't just about John F. Kennedy and Richard Milhouse Nixon. It was also about a local native running for President...

SEUEPA gets really energetic

The legendary pop group The Lettermen, joined by members of the audience, belt out a medley of tunes at the Southeastern Utah Energy Producers Association banquet Thursday night at the Events Center. More pictures of the annual event are on page 9A...

Collision, rollover block US 6 at Sunnyside Junction

A coal truck lies overturned and leaking diesel fuel onto US 6 early Wednesday evening as a pickup truck it struck sits to the side of the road with a smashed front end. According to an eye witness, the incident occurred when the Savage Coal truck ...

BOR releases final impact statement on Gooseberry

The Bureau of Reclamation's Provo Area Office announced Monday the release of the Narrows Project Final Environmental Impact Statement. The Sanpete Water Conservancy District is the Project sponsor. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the U.S. Fore...

Two Price businesses receive Gold Star Award

A new award created by the Price City Community Progress Committee recently honored two local businesses for their pride exhibited in every season of the year as outstanding Price City merchants....

Use those old Jack-o'-Lanterns

Pumpkins are native to the Americas. Historical evidence suggests they were grown in Mexico as early as 4,000 to 5,000 years ago. European settlers adopted their use in the 1600s from Native Americans. ...

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