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Ambulance crew transports victim injured in bicycle-vehicle accident to hospital

Emergency personnel treat the victim of a vehicle-bicycle accident on Aug. 7. The unidentified elderly man was reportedly injured when the bicycle he was riding collided with a motor vehicle at the intersection of 800 East and Main Street in Price a...

Three-vehicle mishap congests traffic at Price intersection

A Carbon County paramedic ensures that no injuries were sustained in a traffic accident at the intersection of 600 West and 100 North in Price on Tuesday afternoon. According to investigating officer Richard Boyden of the Price police department, the...

Cranes remove derrick, clear roadway

Two large cranes hover over a collapsed third crane while cleaning up the damage on and near the College of Eastern Utah campus in Price. On July 30 at approximately 7:45 a.m., a crane operated by Jacobsen Construction fell across the construction si...

Former pastor waives preliminary hearing

The former pastor of a Helper church charged with sexually victimizing children has waived the right to a preliminary hearing in the first degree felony level criminal complaint....

Communities rally for protection

American communities generally leave the defensive posture of the country relating to terrorism to the military and law enforcement authorities.

UtahAmerican starts revising Lila Canyon mine application

UtahAmerican Energy Inc. has started making technical revisions to the company's mining application currently pending before the state.

Active Re-Entry building going up quick

A worker cleans the newly erected brick walls on the new Active Re-Entry building near the fairgrounds on Wednesday. Completion is expected sometime this fall.

Now is the time for roof mainteinance

It is the hot summer and the Eastern Utah has not experienced it's usual burst of "monsoon" moisture that regularly shows up in July and August.

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