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Published November 27, 2012

Carbon County News

Pressure surge in damaged pipe likely cause of explosion


The explosion and fire at the Dry Canyon compressor station in Nine Mile Canyon last Wednesday was most likely caused by a rupture in a pipeline that had been weakened when struck by a backhoe....

Accident claims life of respected college professor


Funeral services were held in Huntington Monday for Jordan Wallace Hatch, 46, who died in a single-vehicle accident Wednesday on Gentry Mountain.

Shoppers swarm to sales


A tsunami of shoppers surged through the doors of area stores at the start of Black Friday sales. At Wal-Mart, the shopping began on Black Friday Eve, also known as the evening of Thanksgiving....

Gunplay Maxwell draws his gun - and his last breath


When C.L. Maxwell came to Price from Spring Glen on Aug, 23, 1909, his motive was to get the man who seemingly stood in the way of criminal actions he wanted to perpetrate. He never had a chance to carry out his plans to rob the paymaster at the Ken...

2 cans of food = 1 flu shot at SEUDHD


Southeastern Utah District Health Department is once again offering a Flu Shot for Two Cans of Food.

Remembering a 1-man construction gang


Descendants of Gottlieb "Lieb" Miller hold memorial plaques presented by Price City at a recent council meeting. Back in 1938, Lieb Miller single-handedly built the first large steel water tank in Utah on the slope of Wood Hill north of what is now...

Low tide at Wave Pool


The Price City Desert Wave Pool will be experiencing low wave action for the next few months after a crucial piece of the wave-making system broke last week.

Bruin Point students take Bear Cave oath


Kaylee Hurtado, Kearston Hamblin and Kayla Maynes, with their sixth grade instructor Mrs. Hardy, take the Bear Cave oath. During the ceremony, students promise to uphold the expectations of the school while being a role model for their peers. Stud...

'Messiah' Sunday at Price Civic Aud


The Price Civic Chorale and Orchestra will perform the 64th annual presentation of Handel's "Messiah" Sunday at 7:30 p.m. in the Price Civic Auditorium.

Winds concert Tuesday at USU Eastern Student Center


On Tuesday, Nov. 27, the Logan Canyon Winds (faculty) and Caine Wind Quintet (top students) from USU Logan will perform at noon in the USU Eastern Jennifer Leavitt Student Center multipurpose room. The groups will be passing through Price on their ...

Utah job count up, unemployment down


Utah's nonfarm wage and salaried job count for October 2012, as generated by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), expanded by 2.3 percent compared against the employment level for October 2011. This is a 12-month increase of 28,300 jobs and...

Study shows improvement in Utah's hiring environment


A special study on job vacancies in Utah has just been release by the Department of Workforce Services (DWS). It is on the DWS website at http://jobs.utah.gov/opencms/wi/pubs/jvs/jvs12.pdf....

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