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Published October 30, 2014

Breaking News

Mellor wins county commissioner seat

6 days ago

After two weeks of waiting, the final votes have been tallied and the Carbon County Commission will have a new elected official beginning in January.

Gas leak forces evacuations in Creekview Shopping Center

13 days ago

A reported gas leak at the Creekview Shopping Center required the evacuation of customers from stores in the area on Tuesday morning.

Deer Creek miners vote Friday on newly proposed contract

17 days ago

United Mine Workers of America International Vice President Mike Dalpiaz confirmed that the union miners are voting to ratify the deal he struck with Energy West representatives on October 20. Dalpiaz explained the deal to current employees of the mi...

Election results still can change despite Tuesdays numbers

19 days ago

In an election when there wasn't only one very competitive race, but many, only a few complete surprises arose on Tuesday night when the ballots were counted. But one race was so close it could have been decided by all the voters in one household....

Carbon County residents await results of local elections

20 days ago

For those Carbon County residents looking to follow up to date information on the local elections, there is a government website that will be posting and updating information as the night progresses. ...

Davis disqualified from commission race

21 days ago

In a short statement issued late Friday. Seth Oveson, the Carbon County Clerk confirmed that Rick Davis, a Price City Councilman and a write-in candidate for the Carbon County Surveyor/Commission seat presently held by John Jones, has been disqualifi...

Accident in canyon sends victim to hospital on life flight

23 days ago

A two car accident just east of Soldiers Summit about 4:45 p.m.on Saturday evening tied up traffic in the area for almost two hours.

Realtors offer $25,000 in relief to local flash flood victims

25 days ago

The Utah and Carbon/Emery Association of Realtors (UAR) are now accepting flood relief applications from the victims of the August 4 and September 27 flash floods in Carbon County. ...

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