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Price water line contractor rushes to beat April 1 deadline

Troy Lessar prepares a pipe for installation in the water line in north Helper on Tuesday. Extending from the city's treatment plant in the canyon to a large storage tank on Wood Hill, the Price water line project is nearing completion as the contrac...

Familiar coal mining landmarks disappear due to reclamation work at Willow Creek

A roll of rubber belting sits near cement foundations that once supported the Willow Creek conveyor system running through the mountain near Carbon power plant. The mine's permanent closure has culminated in reclamation work at the site. The reclamat...

PRWID Explores Impact Fees

The Price River Water Improvement District board faces a difficult decision regarding local culinary and sewer impact fees.

Helper City Police Department launching child safety, crime preventation programs

In an effort to make the city a safer place, Helper police department is in the process of launching two programs to benefit residents.

Panel reviews carbon dioxide plant plan

The first came from a firm that intends to take the carbon dioxide refined from the methane/natural gas that Questar is removing from the ground at a plant southwest of Price....

BLM Establishes San Rafael Citizens Advisory Subgroup

On March 3, the United States Bureau of Land Management announced the establishment of a San Rafael citizens advisory committee.

Foster parents provide temporary homes

Many will remember the image of Jonathan Jacob Corpuz, the little three year old abandoned in the toy aisle at a Salt Lake area store last January. This case caused phones to ring off the hook at the DCFS (Division of Child and Family Services) offic...

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