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I moved to Price two weeks before school started. I didn’t know anyone coming into school. There wasn’t a glamorous move in day for me. I had my parents with me and nobody else. I learned quickly that I enjoyed Price. There might only be two streets and a terrible lack of Chick-Fil-A, but the town has charm. I worried that a city girl like me was making a terrible mistake in moving to Carbon County, but the damage was done.
Posted Monday, September 12, 2016 - 4:31pm
This election is a confusing one for voters in Utah, given how the state’s residents aren’t too happy about the two major candidates for president and this could lead to Utah being a battleground state in November. Many will point out that Utah has not wavered away from the Republican banner since it voted for Lyndon B. Johnson in 1964, however, this time around could be something different.
Posted Wednesday, September 7, 2016 - 8:03pm
I’ve always enjoyed this time of year, the first of September always brings the excitement of new possibilities. For many it comes in the form of the start of a new academic year, a time where, after a period, they will emerge more knowledgable and better equipped to conquer the inimitable possibilities which reside in the future.
Posted Wednesday, September 7, 2016 - 7:03pm
-Editors Note- The Eagle Online is always looking to improve it's diverse and exceptional content. We are proud to bring our readers fresh, innovating and daring posts in a new series of articles from talented guest writers with ties to Eastern Utah. For the first, I am overjoyed to present a piece from an old personal friend of mine whose world travels and compassionate insights inspire both those near her and those who frequent her blog. Enjoy. -Nathaniel Woodward, Managing Editor Ask yourself these questions:
Posted Friday, May 27, 2016 - 12:35am
Summer is almost here. So many different activities that everyone can enjoy during summer despite this, there are always those days where you are just stuck in your house with your friends, asking one simple question, “What do you want to do?” This problem happens to most people. Here are some ideas for activities that anyone can do. Some of the more inexpensive ones involve, going to a drive-in movie theater. Watch any big blockbuster movies for a rather cheap price in the nice summer night at any drive-in theater. Go to a theme park and try and ride every single ride.
Posted Wednesday, April 20, 2016 - 10:19pm
It is said, “All good things must come to an end.” This is true for me as my time at Utah State University Eastern comes to an end. Like so many of the students at USU Eastern I came here for the “cheap” tuition, small campus and the great scholarship they offered me with no feeling for Price, Utah, whatsoever. However, over the past four years, well more like two because of a two-year break for an LDS mission, I have truly come to love and appreciate the town and the campus here in Price.
Posted Wednesday, April 20, 2016 - 7:43pm
Most of you don’t know me and that is okay, I don’t know most of you. I am a girl who likes to hide in her room. I am an introvert with extroverted tendencies. I am comfortable talking to people once the conversation started, but don’t like to be the one to start a conversation. Once you get to know me, however, you usually can’t get me to shut up, especially about things I am passionate about.
Posted Wednesday, April 20, 2016 - 7:43pm
The business world was rocked with scandal as a corporate service provider, Mossack Fonseca leaked 11.5 million documents and records that reveal information on more than 214,000 offshore companies connected to people in more than 200 territories and countries. These records consists of holdings of world political leaders, global scandals and details of dealings with drug traffickers, billionaires and celebrities as well as the Syrian Air Force’s bombing efforts. These records and documents have been dubbed the Panama Papers.
Posted Wednesday, April 20, 2016 - 7:42pm
I knelt on the floor, clutching Prince Bradmir close to me. “Is he okay?” Captain asked. I nodded, “A little shaken, but no harm done.” Captain shook his head, “She got away.” He stood up holding onto a chair for support. “She always does,” I snorted. “I should know.” I glanced at him, “Why did you confront Melanie?” Captain met my gaze. “I heard you yelling and decided to check it out.” He nodded, “You were right.” “So, you’re letting me go?” I said hopefully.
Posted Wednesday, April 20, 2016 - 7:36pm
In September 2015, Madi Barney, a Brigham Young University student, was raped in her off-campus apartment and reported the rape to the police who began the investigation. Soon after the report came into the Utah County Police Department, Edwin Randolph, a deputy sheriff and friend of the accused attacker, released the case file to BYU’s Honor Code office.
Posted Wednesday, April 20, 2016 - 7:28pm

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