Price River overflows
A cloudburst above Gordon Creek Tuesday afternoon turned the Price River into a chocolate-brown torrent that surged over its banks into two bottomland fields in southwest Price....
1957: A year to build, demolish, and change
Editor's Note: This is one of a series of articles about the history of the Sun Advocate and the county it covers as a newspaper. These articles are being prepared in commemoration of the 120th anniversary of the newspaper's birth in 1891....
Searching for hot spots after small hospital fire
A Price City fire fighter hoists a heat-sensing device to the roof of Castleview Hospital Tuesday evening. A small fire was reported to be coming out of a stack above the boiler room shortly after 6 p.m. Although it was apparently limited to the ch...
Questar Gas conducts gas emergency drill
When a Questar Gas employee responded to a Price resident's call about a gas leak last week, the employee was surprised when a Questar Gas system engineer answered the door and told the employee he was now participating in a company disaster-response...
Vandalism poses rising problem in Price city parks
An uptick in vandalism in area parks within Price City has some concerned about what the city can do to help prevent the problem from continuing to grow.
Council races begin across county
Campaign season has begun in cities across Carbon County. Nowhere is the urge to win a city council seat higher than in East Carbon. A dozen candidates have filed for the three available openings....
PRWID will invest in new way to tune its electric motors
The Price River Water Improvement District will invest $15,900 to fine tune the big electric motors it uses across its system.
500,000 gallons in one month? PRWID board says home did not use that much
The PRWID board is letting a customer off the hook for a meter reading that showed 500,000 gallons of water being used in a single month.
Helper sets priority on protecting springs
Helper City's job number one on its water system improvement list will be to upgrade the fencing around its various springs.
Campus Compact gets grant to help start volunteer program
In an effort to support hundreds of Utah's community organizations, the Utah Commission on Volunteers has awarded Utah Campus Compact a grant of $150,000 to start AmeriCorps Education Award Programs at nine of Utah's institutions of higher education ...