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Investigation by Price PD leads to federal charges


Federal authorities made an appearance in Price last week as United States Marshals, acting on behalf of the U.S. Attorney General, arrested a Price man for multiple felony offenses....

Recreation or administration?


Young people and their backers say county needs rec center before new admin building

Community 'Day of Caring' needs many hands for many projects


The United Way of Eastern Utah is looking for volunteers to take part in a range of projects across the community Sept. 8.

Tribute to the first settler


Vincent Anella unveils the monument he created as his Eagle Scout project Thursday evening at the east trailhead of the Price River Trail. The red sandstone monolith contains a carved granite plaque that originally adorned a 1936 marker that stood...

Howell wants to end gridlock


Scott Howell says the gridlock that has seized Congress could end if senators and representatives would show more willingness to cooperate and talk with each other and less ideological posturing....

Helper will sign covenant supporting local military


The Helper City Council has passed a resolution supporting the military men and women of the the town. The council agreed to sign a Community Covenant with the National Guard....

Here's a preview of performers at Helper Arts and Music Festival


Tish Hinojosa's music crosses borders - between cultures, languages and musical genres. Moving with equal grace through folk, country, pop and latino styles, her music reflects contemporary America's multicultural richness. ...

Helper Arts and Music Festival will feature staged reading: 'The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs'


The OtherSide Players and The 2012 Helper Arts and Music Festival will present a staged reading of The Agony And The Ecstasy of Steve Jobs by Mike Daisey. Performances are at 2 p.m. this Friday and Saturday at the Rio Theatre. Admission is free....

Canned Heat concert rocks County Fair crowd


>Canned Heat, a band organized in the 1960s, was still going strong at Saturday's concert in the Fairgrounds Event Center. Concert planners decided to move the performance indoors to avoid a possible thunderstorm. On Friday, the rain had dampened th...




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