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Electrical transformer explodes, results in power outage in Price

Flames engulf brush and plants near 700 North in Price after an electrical transformer exploded on June 19.

Wellington's fire department, coal company train underground brigades

Members of the local underground coal mining brigade train on state-of-the-art equipment at Carbon County's fire training facility. The volunteer firefighters worked with nozzles, foam appliances and mobile deck canons during the June 19 training s...

Price plants permanent holiday tree

Mayor Joe Piccolo works with city cemetery, parks and street crews to plant a Colorado blue spruce in the Price Peace Garden. The goal is to eventually use the spruce for the city's holiday celebration rather than importing a tree to fill the spot e...

Castle Gate posse in action on Saturday

The Castle Gate Posse has moved into their new home at North Springs Shooting Range. They will be shooting Saturday, June 23 starting at 9 a.m. New Shooters are welcome.

Television personality highlights Carbon venue on program

Rod Zundel of KSL Television and Reed Phillips of Big Moe's Eatery in Price, discuss the ins and outs of dutch oven cooking in front of the camera during Zundel's visit to Cowboy Town at the North Springs Shooting and Recreation area. The segment on ...

Planning budget friendly vacations

Vacations can be as simple as a walk on a shoreline or a trip to a local state park.

Senate panel endorses energy tax package, but Hatch casts opposing vote

Sen. Orrin Hatch has voted against an energy tax package that would drive up the cost of gasoline in Utah and throughout the country.

Credit union foundation grants schools funds

The 100% For Kids Credit Union Education Foundation awarded $9,822 to three schools in Carbon County School District in June.

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