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Remnants remain after catastrophic Highway 6 explosion


Traffic now flows freely around the bend where a large truck filled with explosives blew up in Red Narrows last week, but remnants of the disaster remain at the side of the road. Behind the jersey barriers where the tracks are located can be found bu...

Price workers seek to trim back overgrown trees


With chainsaw in hand, Price city employee Mitch Perry trims a tree on 400 East. The city has trimmed various trees around Price that limited visibility, threatened powerlines or otherwise needed to be trimmed....

PRWID Board Delays Decision on Tax Increase


A public tax hearing at the Price River Water Improvement District started off in a dark room on Tuesday night because of a power outage, but by the time it was all over enlightening comments and figures from both the staff of the district and the pu...

Sunnyside council agrees to adjust property tax rate


The city council of Sunnyside voted Tuesday to amend its property tax rate. That decision came after concerns from Sunnyside Cogeneration that the increase would adversely affect the financial position of the power plant....

Candidates for local cities named after Monday deadline


Candidates running for October and November's elections have been compiled after meeting their Monday deadline to have their declaration of candidacy filed in each city.

Experts offer tips to drivers to help offset increasing prices at the pump


Industry analysts say our record high gas prices are likely to climb even higher and everyone is either driving around in circles to find the lowest price or just griping about them. But, according to experts, extra miles can be squeezed out of ever...

Out-of-town youth visit local park


On a recent trip through Carbon County with his parents Peter and Shawna Butcher, 18 month old Will Butcher takes a break from driving to play on equipment at the local skate park....




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