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Police investigate dog attack incident at residence in Price


Andy Douros stands near several sheep killed during a dog attack incident May 13. The Price City Police Department investigated the incident and cited the owners of the canines with class B misdemeanors....

Water law poses complex issue


Boyd Marsing disks a field in Carbonville last Tuesday. How the drought will affect the harvest remains to be seen. Water law continues to pose complex legal issues in wet as well as dry years in the West. ...

Agencies gearing up for fire season


A Scofield fire truck sits idle after emergency crews were dispatched to a small brush blaze Monday afternoon. As the weather warms, the grass begins to grow. Although the scenery is turning green, Carbon County residents are cautioned that dry cond...

County delays acting on concession building bid


Carbon lawmakers opened the only bid the county received for construction of a concession area at the fairgrounds during the regular commission meeting on May 7.

Stress triggers anxiety, depression


Stressful events like the country's economic uncertainty, recurring terrorist alerts and war can cause many individuals to feel anxious and depressed.

Youth wins livestock title


Wellington youth Ty Wells shows off his grand champion market lamb after winning the prestigious competition at the Utah State Junior Livestock Show in Spanish Fork earlier this month. Wells' sister Lyn also showed in the same class and captured a bl...

Conservation alleviates water shortage concerns


Carbon County, Utah and 19 states across the nation are currently plagued with severe drought conditions.




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