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FBI investigates ATM heist at CEU's student center


Federal Bureau of Investigation officials confirmed Monday that they were indeed currently involved in an automatic teller machine robbery at the College of Eastern Utah.

Youth skaters turn Sunday afternoon into flight lesson


Michael Hutchings catches big air at the skate park near the Dino-Mine on Sunday. Hutchings along with his friends Jarrett Larsen and Elija Gunderson were all at the park throwing sick tricks. ...

Huge moon lights up Highway 6


Huge moon lights up Highway 6 as coal trucks continue their never ending haul

Price city water and sewer crews honored by council


Tax payer and private funds were salvaged on Oct. 8 as crews from the Price city water and sewer department acted with speed and competence to seal and repair a large water line break near Price Canyon....

BLM finalizes regs on oil shale program


On Nov. 17, the United States Bureau of Land Management published the final regulations to establish a commercial oil shale program that the federal agency indicates could result in the addition of up to 800 billion barrels of recoverable oil....

Prepare turkeys properly to curb food-borne illness risk


Turkey, like all poultry, often carries salmonella, a common type of bacteria that can cause food-borne illness.

Gasoline prices drop in Carbon County, at self-service pumps throughout Utah


Gasoline prices are dropping at the pumps in Carbon County and across Utah.

Eastern Utah native gets NPS award


Gary M. Robb, a former eastern Utah resident received one of the highest awards the National Park Service gives out on Oct. 30.

Wonderful time may become not so wonderful during holiday season


"The most wonderful time of the year" sadly also is a time when thousands of people end up in the emergency room for injuries suffered during holiday decorating, winter sports and outdoor activities. The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (...




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