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Carbon County News

Power outage stresses county, safety agencies


As the July 4th holiday weekend came to a close, the lights went out in Carbon County. More than 1,725 Rocky Mountain Power customers reported loss of electricity following a lightning strike at 4:33 p.m. on July 6, according to company spokesperson ...

U.S. Marshals Service deputizes area adult probation personnel


Members of the Utah Department of Corrections office in Price were deputized by the United States Marshals Service last month.

Law enforcement investigating apparent attempted murder-suicide incident


Law enforcement personnel discuss the investigation into an apparent attempted murder-suicide incident on July 7.

SR-24 accident kills three, injures four victims in tragic single vehicle rollover


Emery County emergency medical personnel deliver accident survivors to Castleview Hospital late Sunday night. According to Utah Highway Patrol Trooper Cameron Roden, a Ford Excursion traveling northbound on Utah State Road 24 lost control of its trai...

Price fire puts out flaming roof in mid-summer heat


A Price structure fire claimed the home of Albert DiCaro at approximately 12:45 p.m. on July 3. The residence on 300 North near 200 East in Price was engulfed in 30-foot flames within minutes, according to Price City Police Officer Jesse Carlton. The...

Helper family saves woman from river


The only thought on the Cohoe children's minds the afternoon of June 18 was how to keep a woman from drowning in the Price River and at the July 3 city council meeting they were honored for their heroism....

Wellington collision ends in front yard


Firefighters stand on Tammie Ware's porch, at 376 West Main in Wellington, working to extract the driver of a car that was broadsided by a car carrier.

CEU alum becomes CSI investigator


College of Eastern Utah alumnus Justin Bechaver had no idea that playing baseball for CEUwould eventually lead him to a path of solving crime.

Newspapers debut redesigned sites


After months of preparation, the Sun Advocate and Emery County Progress unveiled redesigned Web sites on June 24.




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