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Motorcyclist Injured in Traffic Accident Along U.S. Highway 6


Emergency crews along with a Utah Department of Transportation worker assist a motorcyclist who was involved in a collision with a car at approximately 4:30 p.m., August 5. The accident occurred at the intersection of U.S. Highway 6 and Spring Glen R...

Construction begins near golf course


Chip and seal operations began August 5 near the Carbon Country Club located on U.S. Highway 6. The gravel has been piled for several days near the Carbonville Road intersection. Crews began laying tar and spreading gravel over the roadway and is par...

BOR Prepares to Release EIS on Gooseberry-narrows Project


The United States Bureau of Reclamation is expected to release an environmental impact statement in the near future explaining the impact a newly built dam in the Gooseberry-Narrows area would have on the environment. The statement will be open to ...

Unemployment dips in county


Carbon County experienced slightly declining unemployment last month.

RS-2477 Continues to Fuel Controversy


A vote cast by Congressman Jim Matheson involving RS-2477 roads raised the ire of a number of county commissioners in the rural part of the state.

Service district panel reviews requests for local project funding


The Carbon County Recreation and Transportation Special Service District was created to allocate mineral lease funds to projects relating to recreation and transportation.

Back to School


Whether it's kindergarten or graduation year, in Sunnyside or Helper, taking courses in learning to read or advanced physics, back to school means a change in life, a difference in routine and a time for work and for play....

County employees receive awards


County Commissioner Steve Burge gives county engineer, Evan Hansen an award for outstanding service during a regular county commission meeting on Wednesday night. The commission honored a number of county employees, including many of those that work ...

Newly constructed building awaits College of Eastern Utah students


The newly constructed G.J. Reeves building will be opened and ready for students who return to class August 18.

Where did the name come from?


Almost everyone thinks they know how the city of Price got its name. In most books and references the story goes that the city got its name from the river that runs through it....

Planning commission reviews compressor station


A seemingly simple matter of approving a compressor station for a gas development company turned into a much larger item on the agenda than most thought it would on Tuesday afternoon....




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