|Published December 3, 2013|
Carbon County News
9 injured in US 6 collision
A two-car collision on US 6 east of Wellington sent nine people to the hospital Saturday evening, closing the road in both directions for more than two hours.
Gifts roll out, green rolls in on Black Friday
The traditional rush through the doors of stores at three or four in the morning is what everyone always sees on the television news over the Turkey Day weekend.
Suspect in armed robbery arrested
Price police have made their first arrest in connection with a Nov. 26 armed robbery at Smith's Food & Drug.
Bruin Point parents question school board, show concern over 6th grade moving to Price
Bruin Point Elementary parents showed varied reactions during a Nov. 26 public meeting in which Carbon District officials discussed their plans to shuffle three grades of children in Carbon County. ...
Judge rules in favor of Blue Castle in water rights case
Blue Castle Holdings, the company that wants to build Utah's first nuclear power plant, got a favorable ruling in Seventh District Court last Wednesday. Judge George M. Harmond approved applications to divert water for the project from the Green Riv...
IRS warns of scams involving aid for typhoon victims
The Internal Revenue Service has issued a consumer alert about possible scams taking place in the wake of Typhoon Haiyan. On Nov. 8, 2013, Typhoon Haiyan - known as Yolanda in the Philippines - made landfall in the central Philippines, bringing stron...
US Forest Service Christmas tree permits on sale
Christmas tree permits are on sale at the Supervisor's Office of the Manti-La Sal National Forest for $10 each. The office, located at 599 W. Price River Drive, Price, is open weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. For customer convenience, permits will also...
Use disinfecting wipes on carts to prevent disease
Many stores now have disinfecting wipes available near their shopping carts and baskets. Some people use them; others don't want to be bothered.
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