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Wilderness policy switch riles state, county officials


Interior Secretary Ken Salazar's announcement that the Bureau of Land Management will manage some Utah lands as wilderness before Congress officially designates them as such has provoked state and local opposition. ...

Coke or Pepsi? Sunnyside council close to decision


The Sunnyside City council has a decision to make with the recent soda issue and may need the perspective of a scale. On one side sits a Coca-Cola can. And on the other sits a Pepsi can. For the last few weeks the scale has been moving back and ...

'Griswold Award' winners


Carrie (left) and Vernon White display the placard announcing that they have won the Price Community Development 'Griswold Award' for the Christmas displays on their northeast Price home. Neighbor Joni Sessions joins them....

Price offers to serve as 'catalyst' for USU energy research park


Coal has been getting bad publicity for years now, given all the concerns about climate change and other forms of pollution that come from burning it. The venerable black fuel has been supplanted by natural gas in new electric generating plants, ...

Toppled semi awaits rescue at top of Price Canyon


A heavy-duty wrecker gets ready to haul a toppled semi back onto the road Monday morning about a mile south of Soldier Summit. The rollover happened in the early morning of Dec. 21. Heavy snow and snow-covered roads caused the mishap, according t...

Price City to look into energy efficiency program


Price City councilors will be holding a special meeting on Wednesday at noon to discuss the possibility of joining in an energy efficiency program.




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