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National Guard unit deployed to Mideast

Old Glory flying in the skies above the Price Peace Garden and at various locations around Carbon County will prompt stronger feelings in residents with the overseas deployment of the Utah National Guard1457 Engineer Combat Battalion...

Drought Ndm Distribution Plan Proceeds in 'build Design Mode'

Extension agent Marlon Winger and Carbon County livestock producers watch a teleconference from Utah State University. The teleconference was set up to explain the emergency distribution of nonfat dry milk to ranchers and farmers as a supplement t...

Crews load, prepare to transport former business' sign

Chuck Moon secures the sign from the old Hogie Yogi sandwich shop on south Main Street in Price for shipment out of town. Moon said he didn't realize how big the plastic and metal were until workers removed the sign from the pole. The sign measured a...

Utahns facing work, economy challenges

Female employees in Carbon County and across Utah face the challenge of working outside the home while raising children.

Kourianos resigns from Price City Council

After serving 16 months on the Price City Council, Liz Kourianos has resigned from the position, effective April 25.

Pinnacle Canyon scores high marks in study

Derek Wells, a student at Pinnacle Canyon Academy took second place in the state in the geography competition for fourth to eighth grade students this past month. Last year he took first place. The local charter school is now four years old and jus...

Commencement takes place Saturday

Students filled the CEU library all this week as they toughed it out and studied hard for final exams. The last final will be on Friday and the next day graduation will be taking place in the BDAC at 10:30 a.m....

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