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Leeway vote barely passes in low turn out election


Joan Powell signs in at the poll at the Wellington City hall on Tuesday as she prepared to vote on the Carbon School District leeway issue. The vote went the way the school district administration hoped it would with 2037 votes cast, the majority c...

PRWID Discusses Sewer System Improvement Priority List


Snow piled along the road above Scofield Reservoir may look like a lot to some people but the National Resource Conservation Service Snotel report says that the Mammoth-Cottonwood snow water equivalent is only 75 percent of normal. PRWID board memb...

Pigeons populate area and cause problems for city leaders


On a recent Sunday afternoon these pigeons were sunning themselves on a building roof. In recent months the Price City Council has been dealing with the problem of pigeons causing a mess in the downtown area, which not only is a nuisance, but can als...

Former chief corrections officer charged with two felony counts


Last week, the Utah Attorney General's Office filed a formal criminal complaint charging the county's former chief corrections officer with two second degree felony level theft counts....

Local guard unit on "alert" while call up seems likely


A rumor running around Price in the last couple of days that the local unit of the 1457th Engineer Combat Battalion is being called to active duty was not confirmed by the Utah National Guard on Wednesday morning. However, the state organization did ...




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