|Published September 17, 2013|
Carbon County News
7 arrested in theft scheme
The Carbon County Sheriff's Office has arrested seven suspects on felony counts involving the robbery of more than $100,000 worth of railroad track belonging to the Utah Railway Co. ...
UMWA, Energy West talks stall, company sets 60-day deadline to reach negotiated settlement
Energy West Mining Company announced on Friday morning the possibility of putting the Deer Creek Coal Mine up for sale and gave notice their intention to terminate negotiations and their contract with the United Mine Workers of America unless a...
Understanding the Affordable Health Care Act
Short of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, there has probably never been a piece of legislation that was more divisive or more controversial before and after it was passed by the United States Congress than the Affordable Care Act. Dubbed Obamacare...
CVC teacher named 'Educator of the Year'
Castle Valley Center teacher Willis "Bill" Jensen accepts the Educator of the Year Award from the Utah Developmental Disabilities Council at a recent ceremony at the State Capitol. For the past 43 years, Jensen has taught students ranging in age ...
KIWANIS KIDS' DAY
The traditional Kiwanis Kids' Day once again delighted hundreds of youngsters and parents at Price Washington Park. All the activities, refreshments and prizes - including bicycles - are made possible by fund raising events such as the Rubber Duckie...
Many hands make light work, but not always
Eagle Scout candidate Duncan Thomas, right, is joined by a cadre of volunteers filling sandbags at the Price City domes Saturday. His objective, he explained to the Price City Council, was to fill 500 sandbags for use during flood or other emerge...
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