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Rain Contributed to Accident, Hazmat Spill on Highway 6, Confirm Officials


Crews attempt to clear wreckage from U.S. Highway 6 near milepost 229 Friday. Just after 3 p.m., police, fire, ambulance and county HAZMAT crews were dispatched to the scene, where a semi had reportedly crashed into the canyon wall. The cab of the tr...

Construction crews work to resurface Highway 6 near west Price exit


Workers prepare to mill the surface of U.S. Highway 6 last week. After the road is milled, new asphalt will be added to the milled materials and the road will be repaved. Construction included ramps at exit 240. Workers continue working this week....

Heavy rain hits as southeast Utah prepares for summer storms


Rainbow arced across the sky in the aftermath of heavy storms last week. Though storms are often brief, afternoon showers are common as Carbon County heads into summer.

Consumer division addresses phishing, identity theft scams


One in six consumers fall victim to identity theft crimes.

Workover rejuvenates Gordon Creek gas wells


After more than two years in preparation, an operator of oil and gas wells announced in May that a work over of a gas well in Gordon Creek has resulted in a tenfold increase in production....

Salinity control program, conservation association manager defines benefits of pressurized sprinkler irrigation system


For nearly a century, farmers and ranchers near Ferron have been flood irrigating.

Helper celebrates heritage


Helper celebrated its annual heritage week from June 5 through 10, presented by the Western Mining and Railroad Museum.

Rainstorm bombards Carbon County


Rainstorm bombards Carbon County, creates minor flooding conditions for motorists.

Carbon district offers summer meals at local schools


Utah has the fifth highest incidence of food insecurity in the United States.




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