Two arrested as multi-agency law enforcement team seizes suspected illicit drugs
Just more than one-fourth of a pound of suspected methamphetamine is now evidence after it was seized by law enforcement personnel earlier this month. After receiving information that a significant amount of suspected drugs was being 'moved' out of a...
Motorists urged to exercise caution
Motorists urged to exercise caution in highway painting zones.
Late fall colors add splash of color to desert panorama
While many autumn leaves have fallen elsewhere in the Castle Valley, some trees at lower elevations, such as those in Buckhorn Wash, still show bright colors interspersed with the green....
Police investigate robbery complaints, book three suspects
The convenience store located on the corner of 100 North and 100 West is a busy location all day. Just minutes before the store closed last week, police said Griffen Jorgensen held up the store clerk and fled the scene with a backpack containing an...
Commission moves forward with drafting wildfire protection policy
At the Oct. 18 commission meeting, the division of forestry, fire and state lands approached Carbon officials concerning the creation of a community wildfire protection plan.
Helper council reviews options in effort to resolve gravel pile dispute
A gravel pile in Helper remained a subject of concern last week for the city council as members worked to mediate a dispute between resident K.C. Williams and W.W. Clyde, the contractor working to construct the interchange at U.S. Highway 6 and North...
Cooler weather draws wildlife toward valleys, away from higher elevations
With both temperatures and leaves falling, many wildlife are seeking lower elevations where the weather is warmer and vegetation is still available. With fewer daylight hours and more animals on the road, motorists should step up awareness....
Public turns out to construct playground in Sunnyside
Volunteers help erect new playground equipment at Sunnyside City Park. Inclement weather has impeded the process for cities workers, however they hope to have the project finished soon. ...
Major concern involving hobo spiders, bites continues to spread at locations across Utah
Hobo spider bites pose potentially serious injury risks to humans. No cases have be documented in the local area, but hobo spiders have been confirmed in Sanpete and San Juan counties. Residents are encouraged to capture and take suspected hobo spi...
CEU Prehistoric Museum Slates Exhibit Featuring Echo Of Ancestral Footprints Art
The College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum's "Ancient Paths: The Echo of Ancestral Footsteps" art exhibit will remain on display through December.
Court extends application deadline for judicial vacancy
The Administrative Office of the Courts has extended the deadline for a district court judge position in the Seventh Judicial District due to a low number of applicants.
Utah College of Applied Technology reports enrollment increase
The Utah College of Applied Technology (UCAT) increased student enrollment by more than 4 percent over the previous year, according to data released Friday.
Independent public policy organization highlights Utah's 2006 flat tax legislation
Gov. Jon Huntsman recently signed legislation allowing Utahns to choose between the existing bracketed income tax or a flat tax of 5.35 percent with no deductions or exemptions, with two basic exceptions....