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Emergency personnel respond to blaze at structure in upper Miller Creek


Firefighters work in early morning light to get through the roof of a home that caught fire early Monday morning in upper Miller Creek. Units from the Price and Wellington fire departments responded and were able to restrict much of the fire dama...

VISTA volunteers lauch health drive


Americorp's VISTA volunteer JuDee Zachreson works the annual community health drive in East Carbon City as Susan and Ronald Croteau consider joining. She and other volunteers hosted a free trial day at the East Carbon wellness center. ...

Price city fire, police respond to incident at local business


A small fire at the Walkers convenience store on Carbon Ave. brought out two fire engines and several police cruisers on Jan. 14 as crews worked to make sure the blaze never neared the abundant nearby fuel source. ...

4-H representatives review program with Price's mayor, council


Local 4-H representatives Ron Patterson and his daughter, Katelyn, approached the Price City Council last Wednesday to inform the community about the impact the national program has on participants. ...

Company considers power plant project


During a meeting last Wednesday at the college, officials, business people, representatives from the Sierra Club and Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance were introduced to a project proposed for the eastern region of the state. ...

BLM executes record of decision in support of western energy corridors


On Jan. 14, the United States Department of the Interior's Bureau of Land Management signed a record of decision amending 92 use plans in support of designating more than 6,000 miles of energy transport corridors on federal parcels in 11 western ...

Tandy heads to Washington, D.C.


Price resident Bill Tandy stands with his daughter in front of the family's home in Price. Tandy's two paragraph essay was one of 10 selected from more than 250,000 to win tickets to the inauguration of Barack Obama on Tuesday. He and his wife depart...

Attorney general's office, children safety campaign distribute identification kits


More than one-half of a million child identification kits are presently being distributed to help protect all students at locations across the state.




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