Last Friday was World Hearing Day. Bet you didn’t hear about that. Sorry, I had to throw in the pun.
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Editor: Now more than ever, Carbon County should double its efforts to build a lower elevation reservoir. This year the
Editor: While everyone living in Carbon County knows how important water is and I feel most would agree that the
“The fundamentals of supply and demand on oil and gas are strengthening and we think that this year is going
The Price city council is hoping to have plans finalized and approved in the near future for an improvement in
NORTH SALT LAKE- Exemplary husband, father, grandfather and brother Anthony Carl Pollastro, age 63, peacefully passed from this life March
Carl Fredrick William Roennebeck “Fred”, 81, of Arizona and Salt Lake City, UT, left this earth on February 25, 2017
PRICE-Our loving mother, sister, grandma, wife and longtime friend, Merlene “Jo” Harding Asay, age 78, passed away at her home
Bountiful, Utah – JoAnn Buchanan Barham, a woman greatly loved and cherised for her deep love and devotion for her
Drug-sniffing dog shows talent at CHS demo Students at Carbon High School were in a brief lock-down exercise Thursday morning
Representatives from Blue Diamond Capital and Tony Basso GM announced last week a partnership between Marc Bingham and Tony Basso
Utah World Trade Center Chief Executive Derrick Miller says he’s optimistic about the future of trade, specifically exporting, in Utah.
Price Police are investigating an incident of vandalism that left part of the Miners Memorial damaged. The damage was discovered
From left: Vera Clark, Officer Brandon Rigby, Leslie Tallerico and Linda Clark display just a few of the quilts that
The USU Eastern Prehistoric Museum will present “The Lost Tracks: A Journey of Discovery” exhibition by renowned photographer Andre Delgalvis.
The Carbon High School girls’ basketball team suffered a heartbreaking loss in the semifinal game of the 3A State Tournament
The Carbon High School girls’ basketball team faced a tough battle against Desert Hills High School in the quarterfinals of
A workshop designed to get input on recreation and tourism brought out about 50 people on Tuesday evening, and the
Editor’s note: This is an article in a series on the travel and recreational opportunities on public lands in Utah.
Kenneth Lee Oliver was born on July 4, 1943 to Charles LeGrant Oliver and Cora Mabel Tucker. He was the