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ATV trail promotes tourism, but it doesn't come cheap

The new multipurpose trail system that is planned to run from one end of Carbon County to the other is appealing to a lot of different groups of people from ATVers to bicyclists. ...

City will dedicate Kokopelli's new home

A dedication for Kokopelli, the bronze statue which has been relocated from its street position on 100 West and Main Street to the corner by the USU Eastern Prehistoric Museum, will take place Thursday at noon. A flute player from the popular group L...

Price City Fleet Supervisor - a 'Road Scholar' - earns state recognition

Scott Olsen could be considered unique for the what he has accomplished while working for Price City.

Price mom aids in recovery of stolen bikes

Two bikes were recovered and two referrals were made to the Seventh District Juvenile Court on Friday evening as a Price City mother helped her two children track down the alleged thieves who took their bikes....

DUI investigation begins after juvenile driver rams into store

A DUI investigation is under way after a juvenile motorist collided with the north side of Bicycle Werks on June 25 at around 10:30 a.m.

Hopes speaks to Chamber

Carbon County Commissioner Casey Hopes was the speaker at the Carbon Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon on June 19 and he defended the commission's resolution concerning the notification of local law enforcement when federal officers are involved i...

Mistake may have damaged bridge for good

A worker's confusion may have irreparably damaged the Swinging Bridge, a historic feature of Brown's Park, in Moffat County, Colo.

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