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Hailstorm wreaks havoc in Helper area

A quick moving thunderstorm that passed over the cliffs surrounding Helper last Thursday threw blocks of ice as large as baseballs at homes, cars and people before vanishing into the distant horizon....

Budget shortfall forces significant program cuts across Utah, but ...

Road cleanup signs appear at various locations across the state, with community groups as well as private industries committing time and resources to help keep Utah's byways clean. Spring Glen appears to have committed non-humans to the community cl...

Juvenile court executive explains work program

The 7th District Juvenile Court has operated an excellent, successful community work service program in the Castle Valley area for a number of years.

Mountain Region Registers Top Expansion Rate in U.S.

The mountain states represented the fastest growing region in the nation during the decade from 1990-2000 decade.

Sunday Collision on U.S. 6 Claims Colorado Biker's Life

A collision between a motorcycle and a semi-tractor trailer on U.S. Highway 6 resulted in the death of a Colorado man Sunday at approximately 11:15 a.m.

International charity riders visit Price during trip across America

The bicycle riders participating in a nationwide fundraising effort for the International Orthodox Christian Charities visit Price. The five men stopped for a light luncheon Aug. 21 at the Greek Orthodox Church during the nationwide trek....

Carbon County college scholarships announced by Utah Sheriffs' Association

Carbon County Sheriff James Cordova hands off checks for $1000 to Amanda Hester and Taylor Palmer, the recipients of scholarships from this years Utah Sheriffs' Association. Hester is a graduate of Carbon High and is presently attending CEU. She wil...

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