Law enforcement personnel arrest meth lab suspect
Following a routine speeding traffic stop on U.S. Highway 6, Helper Police Officer Trevor Wood arrested a Colorado man on drug lab related charges Tuesday night.
Winter snowpack exceeds normal levels
Tyler Magann shovels the snow from the sidewalk in front of the family's home after the latest winter storm. The Snotel report indicates that the snowpack and precipitation levels in the Mammoth-Cottonwood drainage registered at 134 percent and 130 p...
Price swears in mayor, city's councilmembers
Jeff Nielson is serenaded by the Carbon High Choir after being sworn in by Judge Elaine Storrs on Tuesday night at the Price Civic Auditorium. The program included songs, speeches by Judge Bryce Bryner as well as short addresses by those being sworn ...
Demands, problems with infrastructure hinder development
A failed attempt to attract a metal processing facility to Carbon County may be part of what spawns 2006 legislation to help resolve the lack of infrastructure needed to bring business to rural Utah....
Influenza cases climb at locations statewide
Surveillance data collected by the Utah Department of Health show that reports of influenza-like illness and related hospitalizations continue to increase at locations across the state....
East Carbon council, mayor review value of gifts presented to residents
Council members in East Carbon City reviewed the benefit of giving holiday gifts to local residents at a public meeting on Dec. 27.
Pinnacle Canyon structure going up quickly
Construction workers toil to set beams in place on the south end of the Pinnacle Canyon School. The new addition to the building is starting to take shape as the metal structure is erected....
County recreation slates Scofield snow ride, rents winter gear to residents
Carbon County Recreation along with more than 30 local businesses will sponsor the Scofield snow ride event Feb. 11