Big mess, no injuries in bypass rollover
A semi lies on its side while its load of construction lumber is strewn for about 100 yards in the westbound lane of SR-6 south of Price Monday morning. The driver and passenger in the rig, both of Brigham City, were unhurt. The rollover occurred...
Price celebrates International Days
Grand Marshal Jackie Davis waves to the crowds along Price Main Street during the International Days Parade Saturday. The parade was one of the many events staged at the city's public places for three days On Thursday, the Desert Wave Pool hosted...
Car rolls near Ford Falls, no serious injuries to pair
A rollover accident near the Ford Falls area slowed traffic on US-6 on Friday afternoon.
Good-bye, good riddance
Like some long-necked dinosaur feeding, a crane with grappling jaws digs into a pile of old tires at the county landfill to load them into a freight truck. The 2,000 tons of tires are headed for the Liberty Tire Recycling Center in North Salt Lak...
To Washington Park we will ride...
Children of all ages lined up next to City Hall for the start of the Kids on Parade. The group finished the bike ride at Washington Park a short time later where fun activities set up at the park awaited their arrival....
BLM approves Tavaputs full-field drilling
They gave peace a chance, and in 26 days watchers from Wall Street to Carbon Avenue will know if it worked.
What Tavaputs could mean to local economy
Natural gas flows out. Money flows in. That's the basic formula behind the Bill Barrett Corp.'s plan for the West Tavaputs Plateau gas field.
Micro plants pose macro challenge for Price City water
Over the last week Price City has been dealing with water turbidity issues and while the water looks normal, what cannot be seen with the eye is popping up some problems.