Olympic views greet visitors venturing into Salt Lake Valley
Some residents favor the Olympics in Utah, others do not and some simply don't care. But no matter how one feels, the views in the 'city of salt' during the games are spectacular. Many Carbon residents who have ventured to the city and to the games h...
Curb problems linked to lost purses, wallets
Most people lose something at some point in their lives. Some lose a $10 bill and others misplace car keys. Similar losses are aggravating and inconvenient.
Declaration display attracts interest
Patty DeWarns of Helper and son, Blake, look at an original copy of the Declaration of Independence displayed at the Utah Capitol.
Price plans road improvements
Three blocks of Main Street in Price, located from Carbon Avenue to the east, are slated for complete improvements beginning in mid-March.
Officers capture pursuit suspect
Sunday afternoon was not calm for local law enforcement officers.
Cat driver reflects on incident
One week after surviving being buried beneath tons of coal, Dustin Chidester considers the fact that he is alive to be something of a miracle.
Bid opening set for new transmission line
The bid to construct the new water transmission line will be determined at the next Price City Council meeting on Feb 27.
Elmo man dies in accident
A one car rollover near the Emma Park turnoff junction with U.S. Highway 6 claimed the life of an Elmo man on Friday night at about 11:30 p.m.