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East Carbon Revisits OHV Regulations


A young man heads up some steep terrain near the town of East Carbon. It is important to remember that Utah state law requires anyone under the age of 18 to wear a helmet when riding an ATV. ...

King's new House leader


Representative Brad King (Left) was elected to the position of minority leader Monday, his colleague in the state legislature Sen. Mike Dmitrich already holds that title in the state senate....

Projects run into Special Services funding blockade


Artist Jim Young created the plaque hanging at the new ballfield, the one he is working on for the events center will also feature depictions of gas workers and coal miners....

WETC Aims to Keep Local Talent at Home


Students check out the booths during the Western Energy Training Center's jobs opportunity tour. According to WETC Director of Training Robert Litster, the event was conducted to demonstrate all the available energy related careers to Castle Valley...

go ahead and jump


Abby Robinson of Price shows her skills on the pogo stick. According to Robinson she is a bona-fide expert. Local fitness expert Diana Root reports that jumping, however done, is a great way to get exercise. She further stated that it is vital for c...

Flood relief headed for Spring Glen


Sites off 2000 West have caused flooding problems for years. A new road design is now in place to assist residents with the flooding.

Global focus could mean loss of local jobs


The Carbon Power Plant at night lights up Price Canyon as motorists travel by it. Coal powered power plants could be one of the victims of pending rules on air pollution and CO2 releases. ...

PRWID Board Votes Wage Boost for Half Of District's Employees


Surplus funds to be divided up among 16 district workers




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