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Three votes decide race for board of education seat

School board candidates Ruby Cordova and Ed Chavez shake hands prior to the official canvass and certification of the votes cast in the 2006 election. After six absentee and provisional ballots were counted Monday, Cordova won the race for the sch...

Businesses, local volunteers support beautification campaign

Price public works personnel install signs identifying cleanup areas in the city on Monday. Local businesses, agencies and service groups have committed to clean debris from sections of Price. The volunteer effort is part of the overall goal set by ...

Dalpiaz pushes to cut electrical rate

Rates for peak electrical users in Helper may soon change as the city council reviews a proposal introduced last week by Mayor Mike Dalpiaz to amend the city's electrical utilities ordinance. ...

Price council annexes county property, continues city's development efforts

During Price's Nov. 8 council meeting, officials voted unanimously to annex unincorporated county property to the east and north of current city boundaries.

Utah's economy continues to expand, but labor shortages reported statewide

Utah's economy continues to post some of the strongest growth in the state's history.

Ambulance Transports Two Individuals Injured in Nov. 17 Traffic Mishap on SR-10

Emergency responders assist two individuals who were reportedly injured in a Nov. 17 traffic accident on Utah State Road 10 near the U.S. Highway 6 junction. The victims were transported by ambulance to Castleview Hospital for treatment of injuries...

Election machine audit shows perfect result

Carbon County Clerk Robert Pero and Ben Clement look over the paper tape record of the votes cast on a voting machine that was set up at a Wellington precinct during the Nov. 7 election. The machine was audited for accuracy on Monday and was found to...

More delicious holiday pie ideas from Carbon County households

Holiday pies are often at the center of the table, literally and figuratively.

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