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Newly appointed Sunnyside City Council member Bruce Andrews is congratulated by Mayor Doug Parsons after taking is oath of office Tuesday night. Andrews, who is a former mayor, was the only Sunnyside resident who applied to fill the open position...

Five miles of barrels


Orange traffic control barrels restrict cars and trucks to the center two lanes of US-6 between the East Price Interchange and Wellington Tuesday morning. Intermountain Slurry Seal is putting the finishing touches on a chip seal coat that will pr...

Flower makers top goal of 40,000, grave decoration will end Saturday


This past weekend the project to place at least one flower on the estimated 40,000 graves in Carbon and Emery counties has moved to a new level, both in the making of the flowers and the placing of them on graves. ...

Utah's sunny economy has not shone in Carbon County lately


In 1983, the snowfall in the mountains around the Wasatch Front was so heavy that Salt Lake City had to build a canal of sandbags down State Street to carry away the spring runoff that the flooded streams couldn't handle....

Archaeologist treats guests to 1,000-year-old recipes


It seems the ancient Fremont people would have taken a real fancy to scones, Jell-O, funeral potatoes and Dutch Ovens.

Last tango in East Carbon?


The fate of East Carbon's Community Daze adult dance continues to hang in the balance as the city council once again tabled the issue after coming to a stalemate at the May 14 meeting. ...

A day for horses, large and miniature


Wade Carter of Fairview drives a team of Brabant work horses up 1100 East Street in Price to the Sheriff's Posse grounds for a special show posse members put on for Castle Valley Center students. A miniature horse was a big hit with the kids. The...

Helper sewer hookups to begin soon


Condie Construction reports that construction on the rebuilding of Area One on the city's infrastructure project is on schedule. Crews will begin hooking up new sewer connections to homes in the construction area next week. The company asks that ...

Bruin Point thespians entertain county crowd


Members of the Bruin Point Elementary Theater Group perform Peter's Problem, a multi-scene play about the problems caused by bullying. The play was directed by Liz Ferguson, who spearheaded the school's theater program in 2013. All costumes used ...




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