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Price motorist succumbs to injuries incurred in auto-train accident on March 21


Emergency and law enforcement personnel respond to the scene of a fatal auto-train accident last Thursday morning. The March 21 accident, involving a small car and a train, occurred near the Old Wellington Road turnoff on U.S. Highway 6. Troy Bryan, ...

Carbonville blaze blankets neighborhood with flames, smoke


Flames shoot toward the sky as a fire rages in Carbonville last Saturday at approximately 3 p.m. The fire raged along a canal bank and across a dry alfalfa field, causing a lot of smoke and concern to local residents. The Price Fire department respon...

Missing child found asleep in home


Rose Gustofson's mother tells Carbon County Sheriff's Office representatives about the last time she saw her daughter. The child was reported missing from the family's home in Hiawatha at about 3:30 p.m. last Friday. Representatives from the CCSO, Ut...

College clarifies student scholarship funding issue


Recent action by the Utah Legislature has caused some heartburn among state agencies in every corner of Utah. But the actions the lawmakers took had greater repercussions on College of Eastern Utah than on others in recent days because of a news repo...

Millsite included on park closure list


Emery County residents were surprised to learn that Millsite was included on the closure list for cutbacks in state parks.

Officials gather input on San Rafael monument proposal


Concerns and questions regarding the proposed San Rafael Swell national monument took center stage at a series of meetings conducted last week.

Pair to compete at state's history fair


Garrett Van Tussenbrook and Jordon Gee show off the first place ribbons the two won at the College of Eastern Utah History Fair. Competing against 60 other entries at the CEU event, the project completed by Tussenbrook and Gee was selected to be disp...




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