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Traffic counts on Carbon County roads exceed rural area averages

Traffic numbers along S.R. 10 help make the Price area one of the most busy rural communities in the state.

Future of raceway becomes uncertain due to owner decision to sell property

Harvey Howard looks on as his mechanic assesses the damage to Howard's race car.

Carbon Veteran Organizations Dedicate New Marker at Grave Of World War I Soldier

Mario DiCaro, Gary Latour, Bill Gigliotti and Sandy Diamanti fold an American flag during ceremonies dedicating a new marker at the Price City Cemetery for Elmer Louis Wilson, a World War I veteran who died in January 1931. Apparently, the family fro...

Panel Sets Session to Discuss PRWID Wages

A lengthy discussion on wage equity at last Tuesday's Price River Water Improvement District meeting will be continued Thursday at 4 p.m. at a special session of the board of trustees....

Castle Valley News Briefs

Bennett continues to push WDRA as U.S. Senate overrides Bush's veto 79-14

Seuepa Honors a Family, Legislator at Annual Dinner

The Lifetime Industry Acheivement Award was given to the Palacios family. Included here are Joseph, John, Manuel, Pete and Robert along with grandson, Marcus.

Carbon Youth Commission appointed by officials in October

The Carbon County Commission appointed 18 students from Carbon High to be youth commissioners. Those students include Brandy Urrutia, Kelsey Wheeler, Lance Deeter, Sammie Kaye Fugate, Josh Erramouspe, Austin D. Davis, Mikelle Dickson, Jenafer Henrie,...

Bighorn sheep festival takes place this weekend

On Nov. 16-17 the Division of Wildlife Resources (DWR) will once again sponsor its annual Moab Bighorn Sheep Festival.

DWR Seeks Parties Responsible for Illegal Shooting Of Deer

The fawn and doe that were shot in the LaSal Mountains were left to waste. The DWR asks that anyone who has information call them.

Prepare households, pets for approaching holiday season

Holiday visitors can scare pets. But strangers are not the only things to beware of on Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's.

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