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Published June 12, 2014

Carbon County News

Pickup plows a trail of damage in south Price

An Orangeville man was cited for Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol Tuesday night after losing control of his truck and colliding various pieces of two front yards in Price. His vehicle came to rest upside down, only feet from the front door of a...

Sheriff's Office launches program that could save lives - 'Yellow Dot'

The Carbon County Sheriff's Department is launching a program that could save lives in vehicle crashes. It is the Yellow Dot Program, a simple idea that is gaining acceptance state-by-state across the nation....

Smoke on Tavaputs is prescribed burn to improve habitat

The smoke you may see rising from the Tavaputs Plateau is no cause for alarm. The Utah Division of Forestry is conducting a prescribed fire on land overloaded with dead and dying timber. ...

Outage was brief but widespread

The city of Price went dark Tuesday afternoon as every substation in the city's grid was knocked off line.

County won't sell Airport Road land, but may consider leasing to Tram

Tram Electric, located on Airport Road next to the Carbon County Ambulance garage, needs more space to expand, and they approached the Carbon County Commission on June 4 to see if they could purchase what appears to be open property behind the garage...

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