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The Third Annual Eastern Utah Emergency Services Symposium will be held on Sept. 11 and 12 at the Carbon County Event Center, Friday from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm and Saturday 8:00 am to 6:00 pm.   
You can learn about different types of duck decoys at the upcoming clinics.
8/28/2015   On Sept. 12, the Division of Wildlife Resources and Ducks Unlimited will sponsor a free waterfowl hunting clinic at the Desert Lake Waterfowl Management area
The Southeastern Utah Health Department along with the HOPE Squad will be hosting their third annual community walk on Friday, Sept. 11 at 6 pm to 8 pm at the Price River Trail walkway and the entire event is free for everyone.   Diane Lodeserto, Pro
8/27/2015  The Division of Wildlife Resources will host a bat-watching event at the Nash Wildlife Management area in Southeastern Utah at the beginning of Sept.   
The Carbon County Chamber of Commerce is hosting their second Best in Business Battle Competition.   T
Thursday evening’s band This Is Your Band will close out another successful year of Price City’s Culture Connection events this summer.  
On Monday afternoon a house fire was reported on Oxford Road in the Castle Heights area. Price City Fire department was dispatched to the fire along with Wellington City Fire department to assist if needed.   According to Price City Fire Chief, Paul
It started out with just two retired coalminers, Dennis Ardohain and Frank Markosek talking about the good old days of working underground. They talked a lot about the men who gave the ultimate sacrifice by working in the coal mines and knew that somethin
Jason Llewelyn, a certified officer working for the Carbon County Sheriff’s Office, has been placed on unpaid administrative leave and booked into the Emery County Jail on theft related offenses.   Jason Llewelyn serves as the Emergency Operat
The LLS Utah Chapter hosts an annual Light The Night Walk which celebrates and commemorates lives touched by cancer. It’s a leisure walk around Salt Lake City’s Sugarhouse Park each October.
 
Last year Carbon County was recognized for their success with the Light The Night campaign by raising $6,503.51 at the annual event.
 
The Carbon/Emery Leukemia and Lymphoma
Jason Llewelyn, a certified officer working for the Carbon County Sheriff’s Office, has been placed on unpaid administrative leave and booked into the Emery County Jail on theft related offenses. 
Utah Division of Wildlife Resources
Southeastern Region Fishing Report
The Price River Water Improvement District will need to do some work on a mainline near the Consumer’s Road and Highway 6 area.   
8/24/2015   Price City Fire Department was dispatched to a house fire Monday afternoon around 2:30 pm in the Castle Heights area.   Details are not available at this time.   
On Friday afternoon Dinosaur Tire-Les Schwab had a delivery truck needing to make a delivery. It turned on 100 South, north east of the Greek Orthodox Church and the power line was just sagging enough that it caught the front part of the Les Schwab traile
The new after school program is for all registered Pinnacle Students at no cost. The program will be available daily Monday through Friday, with busses leaving at 6:00 pm each night. 
The cottontail rabbit hunt should be the best it's been in Utah in 10 years. The hunt starts Sept. 1.
Cottontail rabbit populations highest in 10 years Cottontail rabbit hunting is the perfect hunt for youth (those 17 years of age and younger) and adults. 
8/21/2015

Press Release from Utah Department of Agriculture and Food



 
The State Veterinarian’s Office is advising Utah livestock owners that the presence of vesicular stomatitis virus (VSV) has been detected in several locations in Utah and that livestock owner should take appropriate measures to protect their animals.
 
Tests conducted by the USDA Plum Island Animal
The Helper City Community Service event Saturday in the Park had originally planned to host events of music and vendors the first Saturday of every month. However, they have ran into a few scheduling conflicts the last few months.   
The Carbon County Chamber of Commerce has been working closely with the U.S. Chamber regarding the upcoming Clean Power Plan that is sure to be passed soon by the EPA. If those new regulations go into effect, this could have unfavorable effect on the Cast
All school in the Carbon County School District will open their doors on Monday, Aug. 24 and schools in the Emery County School District will follow on Tuesday, Aug. 25.  

The Emery County Historical Society would like to invite everyone to come listen to a few local Cowboy poets on Thursday, Aug. 27 at 6:30 pm.  
 
The event will be held at the scenic Castle Valley Outdoors lodge which is located four miles north of Emery on the east side of highway 10. For more accurate directions you can log on to the lodge’s website at
8/20/2015  The Prehistoric Museum presents Terry Willis Red Rocks and Blue Skies   
8/20/2015

Angie Child, Castleview Hospital Marketing Specialist stopped by the Castle Country Radio stations to invite everyone to their blood drive.
 
“Big Blood Drive coming up on August 26th, that’s Wednesday from 12:00 to 5:00 pm,” said Child. The blood drive will be held in the Castleview Hospital classroom, just left of the south entrance.
 
In the past
  Most would think that a new school year means new students, but this year Carbon School District has new faces of leadership in four schools in the district.   Superintendent Steve Carlson stopped by Castle Country Radio for his first official
Price City Culture Connection presents Out The Back Door on Thursday, Aug. 20 at 7 pm at the Price City Peace Gardens.   For over 40 years, Out The Back Door band members, Mike Schmitz, Steve Lasslo and Dave Hoffman have been playing together. Their
East county principals have a lot in common, will add a great deal to their new schools.             
The Department of Education announced this week that Utah State University Eastern has received a five-year grant to help students complete college. The Student Support Services program will bring $1.1 million to the Price campus over the
8/18/2015 Media Release from Jason T. Llewelyn, Director of Office of Emergency Management and Homeland Security/Carbon County Sheriff.   If you rely solely on cellular service and it is not an immediate emergency and do not has any other way to con
Sheriff Wood stopped by for his weekly public update of what’s going on with his department.  He was very excited to report that some changes with positions have happened over the last week.   “We have had some movement at the sherif
The Uintah Basin High School rodeo team will host a fundraiser to benefit the Jacobson family, who were involved in a accident on Highway-6 Saturday. Several items have been donated for a drawing that will take place on Saturday, Aug. 22. 
Ribbon cutting ceremony will be held on Wednesday, Aug. 19 at 4:00 pm at the new Carbon County Administrative building locate at 751 East 100 North. Carbon High School choir will sing the National Anthem, while Post 3 Price Legion will raise the flag. &nb
The Miners Memorial Dedication is planned for Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 7 at 9:30 am at the Price City Peace Gardens.   The Miners Memorial committee has been working tiredly to host fundraising events to help get the memorial funded and it is now pai
The Carbon School Board voted at their regular monthly meeting on August 12 to pass a tax increase of $187,000 for the next year.   The district has been fighting a losing battle over the last seven years as state revenue that is awarded to the distr
A changing of the guard at two schools in Price this year have a former teacher returning to one of his old haunts as a principal and another coming from Southern Utah to lead teachers on his campus. Seth Allred, who has taught in Carbon School District f
On Friday August 14, 2015 at about 8:15 p.m. Price City Patrol Officer Shawn Sackett alertly encountered suspicious activity by three subjects inside a vehicle parked in the south alley behind Main St. Ultimately one adult male was arrested, a female adul
Utah Highway Patrol was called to an accident on Highway 6 yesterday for a head on collision involving a car and a truck pulling a horse trailer.  Initial information of the accident indicates that the car pulled onto Hwy 6 at the interchange with Hw
Helper artist, Jason Huntzinger, will be the first artist to exhibit at the newly-constructed Gallery East in Price, with a collection of photographs and photo composites entitled Within the Teeth of Geologic Time.
8/13/2015   The United Way of Eastern Utah is set to host annual events to close out the summer.   The 5th Annual United Way of Eastern Utah Golf Tournament is set to take place on Saturday, Aug. 29 at the Carbon Country Club Golf Course. The fo
As families prepare to get their children ready for school, the expense of clothing and school supplies can take its toll on a family’s budget. The Children’s Justice Center held their 18th annual Back to School Clothing Giveaway today just ou
The free breakfast program will be offered again for the 2015-2016 school year as long as student is enrolled in the Carbon County School District.  
8/12/2015

The United Way of Eastern Utah office is preparing for their annual Day of Caring event set for Saturday, Sept. 12, 2015.
 
This event brings volunteers together to help improve the community thru service.
 
Project applications are now being accepted until Sept. 1.  Projects can range from interior/exterior painting, landscaping, winterization of homes, fencing,
Sheriff Jeff Wood stopped by for his weekly update at Castle County Radio Stations and was excited that the department is currently looking at building their officer roster.   “The Sheriff’s Office is going through a hiring process right
Helper Arts Festival Schedule   
The Carbon County Chamber of Commerce is hosting a ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday, August 12 at noon at the USUE Campus at the Workforce Development Office Building at 300 East 400 North.   Kuya Business Solutions is owned and operated by Adam
Castle Height Elementary in Price is today from 9:00 am till 3:00 pm.   Sally Mauro in Helper is set for Monday, August 17 from 8:00 am till 11:00 am.   Bruin Point Elementary in East Carbon has set Tuesday, August 18 from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm. &
Roger Metzger, Founder and organizer of the annual Helper Arts Festival Car Show is hosting the car show’s ninth year this weekend. Events are scheduled for Thursday, August 13 thru Saturday, August 15.   The event starts off with a Show and Sh
Carbon District schools will ring their bells and open their doors to students on August 24, 2015, bringing in the 100th anniversary of Carbon School District as it is known today. All schools from Bruin Point on the east to Sally Mauro in the west will b
Rocky Mountain Care is hosting a Mixed Media/Used Book Sale Fundraiser on Friday, August 14 from 7 am till 4:30 pm and on Saturday, August 15 from 7 am till close at their office located at 60 East 100 North in Price. All proceeds will go to the Active Re
With just three weeks left till school begins most of the schools in Carbon County are preparing for a new school year to begin on Monday, August 24.   Creekview Elementary is hosting New Student Registration on Friday, August 14 at 9 am till 11:30 a
Thursday morning several residents gathered at the Price City Civic Auditorium to discuss the Mentor Works Sober living homes plans to open in the Price. One is proposed to be located at 42 North 500 East and the other that has raised many concerns from i
The Battle of the States Mud Drags will make its return along with the Carbon County Fair this Saturday at the Carbon County Fairgrounds. 
What do you think about fishing in Utah? You have until June 15 to let biologists know.
On Saturday, August 8, the Division of Wildlife Resources will sponsor a Family Fishing Day during the Carbon County Fair at the fairgrounds pond.
The new school year at Pinnacle Elementary, Middle and High School will bring changes to the facilities and new faces to the classrooms.   Recently, Principal Roberta Hardy visited the Castle Country Radio studios to talk about the changes happening
Utah’s general archery buck deer and elk hunts kick off Aug. 15 and archers can stay safe during this year’s archery hunts by following a few, simple rules. 
He's been working for Carbon County for the past 41 years, and now, county maintenance, weed and mosquitoes supervisor Mikel Johnson is retiring. 
The Price City Culture Connection presents Jennifer Lopez Thursday, August 6 at the Price City Peace Gardens beginning at 7:00 pm. 
It’s hard to believe but the long days of summer are over and its time for students to prepare for another year of school.   Most faculty and staff in Carbon County are back to work preparing their classrooms for students to return for the 2015
August is upon us, so that means it is time for the Carbon County Fair.  The fair has begun today. Individuals who have made anything over the year will have items displayed during the fair.  There are events and activities for the whole family
The Helper Art's Festival will kick-off another exciting year on Thursday, August 6 at the Rio Theatre with the professional production of a Burlesque show beginning at 8:00 pm.
Murray Energy Corporation (“Murray Energy”) announced today that it will proceed with five (5)

lawsuits challenging the Obama Administration’s flagrantly unlawful Clean Power Plan. This illegal

Rule will adversely restructure the electric power system in America and will force every State to

radically change their energy policies. It will dramatically increase the cost
Pinnacle Middle & High School is hosting registration Tuesday, August 4 and Wednesday, August 5 from 11 am to 6 pm. Pinnacle is currently looking for more amazing students. If current students bring a friend, relative or acquaintance to enroll for the
American Rhythm Folk Ensemble is a group of talented young dancers, singers and musicians from Utah.   Their repertoire reflects our diverse heritage, ranging form Hula to Charleston, Hoedown to Hip Hop, Southern Waltz to Lindy Swing as well as the n
The Winners of the 2015 'So You Think You Can Sync' Contes
Castle Country Radio stations KARB Kickin' Country , KRPX The Peak, and KOAL AM 750 played host to the first ever 'So You Think You Can Sync' lip sync contest Saturday, Aug. 1, as part of the evening entertainment at International Days.
The Division of Wildlife Resources is seeking public input about deer management in southeastern Utah. Brent Stettler, regional conservation outreach manager for the DWR, says plans that guide the management of deer in southeastern Utah will expire soon.
Kobi Prettyman has been with for Utah Foster Care for 8 years, she is the Area Representative for the Eastern Region. She is a past foster parent who took in children 0-19 years of age. Prettyman has adopted two children from the Foster Care system. Through her efforts with Utah Foster Care, she helps older children who are transitioning into the world/college and out of the
The following is a US Labor Department News Brief: Reliance Electric Inc. violates child labor laws and employs minors in Utah and Oklahoma construction sites. The Company is paying more than $376K in back wages, damages, and penalties. An in
Today at approximately 3:30 pm, Helper Fire Department was dispatched to 97 W 2nd Ave in Kenilworth for a fire. The fire was started in a large metal dumpster. At this time, the fire is currently contained inside that dumpster however, if fire
Fairview Canyon (State Route 31) Subject to Intermittent Closures through Mid-September FAIRVIEW — The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) advises motorists that beginning Tuesday, August 4th, State Route 31 (SR-31) in Fairview Canyon will be
The Carbon County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting today for Body Talk, owned by Doug and Sandra Huntington. Body Talk is located inside the South Eastern Integrative Healing Arts Center on Cedar Hills Drive in Price. Body Talk is used
International Days Line Up will be as follows: Thursday July 30: Culture Connection Opening Ceremonies in Price City Peace Gardens- Fire at Will Friday July 31 Park Events: 12:00 The Foundation- Rock and Roll 1:30 Pablo Franco- Acoustic guitars and v
Sheriff Jeff Wood follows up discussion on securing homes from burglary with a list of questions acquire some insight into the mind of a burglar. In order to help prevent your homes from being an easy target, Sheriff Wood poses questions for C
Utah Highway Patrol sees great success over the July 24th Holiday with Zero Fatalities as we pass the midway point of the 100 Deadliest Days of Summer. Highway Patrol Troopers worked more than 400 shifts of enforcement activity over the July 24th Holiday
7/28/2015

Float registration for International Days ends this week.

The parade will be August 1 and the deadline to register your float to be in the parade is Wednesday July 29 by 5:00 pm. Go to pricecityutah.com or drop off your registration form at Sutherlands. This deadline is adhered to so that participants can receive a float number, and map to their specific entry's stop in the line
Forest Service monitoring Cottonwood Fire A small fire is burning in Dairy Canyon, a tributary of Cottonwood Canyon, northwest of Orangeville, Utah. The fire was started by lightning July 22, and was reported July 24. The fire has grown to about 5 acres a
Monday morning, a 2003 Chevy Avalanche was traveling Westbound on Highway 6 near Mile Post 275 and came upon a line of stopped traffic inside of a construction zone where UDOT was alternating traffic with a pilot car. According to the Utah Department of
Slots are filling up quickly and there are only a limited ammount of slots still available in So You Think You Can Sync compeititon. Sign up this week at Castle Country Radio Stations today before the line up is full.Castle Country Radio stations KARB Kickin' Country , KRPX The Peak, and KOAL AM 750 are hosting So You Think You Can Sync, a showstopping lip sync competition to be held during International Days on Saturday, August 1 at 5:30 pm. Ann Anderson, Promot
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 On Sunday morning, 7-26-15 just before 1130, Price City Police Officers were dispatched to Woodside Apartments on report of a suspicious man in the complex near the playground area with children present. Officer
Positions are available at USU Eastern's Gear Up program. Gear Up ( Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs) is a federally funded grant program who focuses on increasing college awareness for low-income students and their f
Rocky Mountain Power joins American Business Act on Climate Pledge Parent company Berkshire-Hathaway Energy is first energy company to commit to cleaner energy pledge               SALT LAKE
 The Manti-La Sal National Forest has scheduled an annual planning meeting Aug. 3 – 6 at the Price Senior Citizens Center, 450 South Fairgrounds Way, Price, UT. Forest staff officers will review both the Washington Office and the Region Of
The Division of Wildlife Resources will be hosting open houses concerning deer management in the area. Carbon County's open house is scheduled for August 11 from 6:30-8:00 pm at the Division Office. Emery County's open house is schedu
Price City Library to Host 7th Annual Kids On Parade During International Days
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Norma Procarione, Director of Price City Library for 27 years, was enthusiastic discussing the upcoming parade.

Kids On Parade encourages children to dress up and decorate their bikes for the parade. The parade promise to be fun, as the coordinators try to increase the fun each year.7/23/2015 Price City Library to Host 7th Annual Kids On Parade During International Days Norma Procarione, Director of Price City Library for 27 years, was enthusiastic discussing the upcoming parade. Kids On Parade encourages children to dress up and d
The Price City Council conducted a Council Meeting on Wednesday where agenda items were approved. Mayor Joe Piccolo began the meeting with a moment of silence in honor of the recent shooting of Marines in Chattanooga Tennessee. “I'd like to ma
7/22/2015

The Carbon County Office of Tourism has relocated to the Carbon County Administration Building at 701 E 100 N. They are also doing a Friends and Family Promotion.

At this new location, the Office is open Monday- Friday 9:00-5:00 and during the summer on Saturdays from 10:00-2:00.

In an effort to promote Carbon County to out-of-town travelers, Shalee Johansen described the
Tamara Gray, Price City Facilities Manger excited about the International Days free swim schedule of activities. “Thursday will be sponsored by RJ Davis, Pinnacle HVAC, which is heating and air conditioning and he sponsors it every year. He’s been great to sponsor it, which allows people to come swim for free. ” 
 
 
Carbon County Sheriff Jeff Wood advises the public to be safe and do what they can to help prevent vehicle and home burglaries this summer.
With an increase in local vehicle burglary reports, the Sheriff's Office is asking the community to take these simple steps when exiting vehicles and securing homes. While these may seem like actions we all know we should take, the in
Tamara Gray, Price City Facilities Manager stated, “It’s a little last minute but we are going to host our first annual July 24th Bash. We are going to have night swimming and be open till 11 o’clock out in the wave pool.”  
 
You can see ospreys during the July 23 field trip.
The DWR invites you to see Osprey's July 23. Ospreys are unique birds. They build huge nests that look like chimneys. Their eating habits are just a astonishing. Watching them plummet out of the sky to snatch fish that are swimming under the surface o
Hope is not lost for hunters who haven't been able to draw a permit. You can still dawn your camo, hike the serene wilderness and feel the rush of adrenaline course through your veins before as you scout and track your big game.
Hunters can still purchase a general seasons elk permit over the counter at Division office, license agent, or online. “ There are thousands of
During a span of 8 days, from 7-9-15 to 7-17-15, the Price City Police Department made three DUI arrests at the Utah State Liquor Store at 50 N 100 W. All three arrests came after reports from concerned witnesses because of the alleged extreme impairment
Castleview Hospital Hosts Kids Day for International Days   Angie Child with marketing for Castleview Hospital stopped by the studio to talk about the upcoming Kid’s Day for this year’s International Days celebration.   “We are
n 7-19-15 at about 1115, Price City Police officers were dispatched to the Roscrea Apartments, # D103, on report of a suspicious man. The man was allegedly repeatedly going in and out of the apartment, and when outside, would engage himself in an animated
7/20/2015 The Red Cross is continuing their Free Smoke Alarm Program. Staggering statistics have prompted the program. Seven times a day, someone dies in a home fire, an injury from a fire is reported every 40 minutes. Nearly 1,00 times every day, fire
The Price City Fire department was called out on a house fire at approximately 8 am this morning at a house located at 267 N 100 W.  Initial reports appear to have the fire starting in the back bedroom of the house.  The fire was put out quickly
A call came into Emery County Sheriff’s Office Dispatch Center at 1336 hrs. today reporting that a Cessna 182 airplane had crashed during take-off from the Hidden Splendor air strip in Emery County. The dirt airstrip is located in a remote area of t
A 21 year old woman was killed in a rollover accident Thursday afternoon around 1:30 at milepost 139 on I-70, west of Green River. The white Ford Fusion was traveling eastbound when the fatal accident occurred.
According the the Utah Department of Public Saftey, the male driver of the Fusion fell asleep at the wheel. He first impacted the rear end of semi-trailer also traveling
 August is swiftly approaching. Soon, children will be loading up the buses and heading back to the classroom. It's important that they have a desk packed with everything they will need to have a successful year of learning at school. The Fa
UPDATE:Saxon Furrh, who we reported as missing, was located late Wednesday night and is safe. Oringinal Emery County Police Press Release, click HERE MISSING PERSON - Saxon Furrh, age 21, was last seen in Huntington, Utah on Sunday, July 1
Rural Utah Child Development is gearing up for the school year. School is slated to begin on September 15 and slots are filling up quickly. 
The results are in for the Best Place to Eat in Carbon County and the community has chosen Marsha's Sammich Shop at 80 South Main Street in Helper as won the top spot.
As part of ongoing criminal drug investigations, on 7-14-15 just before noon, Agents Stephen Regruto and Mike Adams from the Carbon Metro Drug Task Force observed a drug transaction in progress at a Pr
Saxon Furrh

MISSING PERSON - Saxon Furrh, age 21, was last seen in Huntington, Utah on Sunday, July 12, 2015.
He said he was going to his mother's residence in Spring Glen, Utah, but never made it.

Saxon is 6 tall and 155 lbs. He has dark blonde shaggy hair, blue eyes, high cheek bones and is missing a tooth which is visible when he
In this week's update, Carbon County Sheriff Jeff Wood talks about the Carbon County Sheriff's Facebook page as well as the inmate work crews. In a continued effort to be a transparent police force and inform the County of know what's going
 The Boys and Girls Club of Carbon County have announced a mile stone achievement. This achievement was released at a press conference early this morning. Thanks to the generous donation of the County, the Boys and Girls Club will be relocating and operating o
As a reminder, tomorrow is the day that Elk hunting permits go on sale on the Division of Wildlife website, DWR offices and more than 300 license agents across the state. You can buy a bull elk permit starting at 8 am on Tuesday, July 14th.

Judy Tutorow, wildlife licensing coordinator for the DWR, says the agency's website could be busy tomorrow morning and if the site reaches
7/13/2015   The Utah Department of Agriculture and Food is undertaking a major project to document the history of Utah agriculture. The agency is enlisting the help of all Utahns, calling for photos and stories that detail the progress of agriculture
7/10/2015 Friday, July 10, 2015 , flooding was caused by the recent thunderstorms in the Emery County area. This flooding has effected isolated locations in the Orangeville area and along Highway 57. XTO Energy, at 1095 N Coal Haul Road, suffered the
The 5th Annual Coal Miner's Memorial Poker Run will be this Saturday, July 11, 2015. The Poker Run pays tribute to both local coal miners and miners state wide who lost their lives in the mines. Registration will be at the Energy West Office, 31 Nor
The light at the end of the construction tunnel is nearing for Casttleview Hospital’s expansion project. The 13 ½ month construction project began last year with the official ground breaking on December 16, 2014. Mark Holyoak, CEO of Castleview Hospital, is enthused and hopeful regarding just how much this project will benefit Castleview and the patients its serves.

Phase
On Wednesday, July 8 2015 at about 1900, a team of local law enforcement officers intercepted and arrested Jason Jared Jaimez, DOB 10-13-76, formerly of Helper, and currently residing in the Salt Lake County area. Jaimez was allegedly enroute to Carbon Co
 This evening at Culture Connection, listen to Sherrie Vlamakis and Kristy Woodhouse fill the Price City Peace Gardens with their lively, charming voices and “Bring the Community Together”. The event begins at 7:00. Your ears will be
On Wednesday, July 8, 2015 at 2:00 p.m., Carbon County Sheriff Jeff Wood and Price City Police Chief Kevin Drolc, both representing the governing board of the Carbon Metro Drug Task Force, presented a plaque to Sgt. Rick Adams, in appreciation for his yea
On June 19, 2015, an unidentified male suspect stole a number of computer related items from Office Equipment, Etc., in Price, by posing as an employee of Carbon County Housing Authority, and “signing” for the items using a fictitious name.&nb
7/08/15 Nick Tatton, Community Director with Price City, gives a call to action for upkeep as a city. If you’re a property owner, you are responsible for the weeds on the sides and front of your property. Due to the combination of wet, warm, wet
The 5K Down n Dirty Mud Obstacle Course is one of the main events area fitness enthusiasts look forward to during the Carbon County Fair.   This year it is schedule for Saturday, August 8 at 8:00 am. The cost of the event is $25.00 per person. Any pa

With the upcoming July 24 Pioneer Day holiday, Sheriff Wood reminds everyone of the firework and no burn restrictions. While you are allowed to light fireworks 3 days before and 3 days after the holiday, there is a
Glitz, glam, and horsemanship are a country girl's cup of tea. Sunnyside held it's 65th Annual Royalty Contest June 28, the contestants have competed and the Royalty has been crowned. This year's Rodeo Queen is Cameron King with her royal cour
7/02/15 The 39th Annual Greek Festival will be July 10 and 11. Originating to help generate funds to keep the Assumption Greek Orthodox Church on the National Historic Registry, the Festival has now evolved into a highly anticipated event and a traditi
Eddie Horvath, founder of Carbon County Star, Solar, and Eclipse Parties, invites you to their up coming Solar and Star Parties. 
The 2015 Relay for Life raised thousands of dollars for research to find a cure for cancer. 

From now, until August 22, the Prehistoric Museum is hosting an art show and sale showcasing paintings by George Callison. “Geology of Light” features 46 oil and watercolor paintings of the Colorado Plateau, featuring many landscapes of southern Utah.
Hazardous fire conditions have prompted the Utah Interagency Fire Center to impose fire restrictions in Southeastern Utah. 
The annual Energy Days 4th of July celebration at the Carbon County Fairgrounds is back this weekend! 
Carbon County, along with every city in the county, filed letters of protest with the BLM last week.
The Annual Pleasant Valley Days Celebration will be held this Friday and Saturday.
The U.S. Supreme Court says regulations proposed by the EPA last summer on power plant emissions unreasonably failed to consider the cost of the regulations.
The 2015 Heritage Days Celebration continues in Huntington. 
The heat wave continues with temperatures this week expected to hover just under 100 degrees. 
The Fourth of July is one of the most popular holiday weekends for recreation activities in the Manti-La Sal National Forest but officials want to remind visitors that fireworks are prohibited on all National Forest System lands at anytime of the year.
 
Because of the high temperatures and low humidity they would also like to remind everyone to be cautious when building campfires and to
About a dozen firefighters responded to a wildfire near East Carbon City Monday evening. 
PRICE CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT NEWS RELEASE On June 28, 2015 at about 1820, Price City Police Officer Drew Olsen responded to the area of 380 N 100 E on a suspicious vehicle call. Officer Olson located the vehicle and discovered equipment and insurance vi
Carbon and Emery County will each receive more than $1 million through Payments in Lieu of Taxes for fiscal year 2015. 
A Price man was killed in a motorcycle accident at about 6:20 Saturday evening.
Some residents of the Indian Hills Trailer Park on South Carbon Avenue got a scare Friday afternoon when a fire erupted in the undergrowth along the nearby Price River. 
A large group was in attendance as the Carbon County Chamber of Commerce held a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at midday Friday.
The Carbon County Sheriff's Search & Rescue Demolition Derby will take place tomorrow night at the Fairgrounds Arena. 
Utah DWR photo.
Even though summer has just begun, it’s already time to start planning for three bird hunts in Utah this fall. 
Two Carbon County women were arrested on drug charges following a traffic stop Wednesday night.
Castle Country Radio Office Manager, Ann Anderson presented a donation of $1,000 Wednesday to the 2015 Carbon and Emery Relay for Life.
The acoustic, folk and blues music of Anna Allen will “Bring the Community Together” during this week's Culture Connection beginning at 7 pm this evening at the Price Peace Gardens.
A head-on crash at the West Price Interchange Tuesday caused minor injuries and bottle-necked 5 o'clock traffic in the area.
A wildfire burning about 20 miles east of Salina is still zero-percent contained, and is being managed to meet the objectives of reintroducing fire to the Ponderosa pine ecosystem.
The 2015 Carbon and Emery County Relay for Life events will be held this Friday and Saturday at the Colosimo/Carlson baseball field.
A Price man has been sentenced to prison for his part in a kidnapping and murder last July. 
The American Red Cross urges residents to take precautions against the heat, and know the warning signs of heat-related illnesses. 
Wednesday, June 24th is your last chance to take part in a Utah Division of Wildlife fishing survey. 
A 43-year old Price man was jailed early Sunday morning after repeatedly stabbing another man in the leg.
A child playing with fire resulted in a some property damage and created a lot of smoke Sunday evening. 
More than 100 cars were on display in the cool shade of the Helper City Park Saturday for the Annual Outlaw Car Show            
Mayor Joan Powell
It was ladies first as the mayors of East Carbon, Helper and Wellington were the featured speakers at the Carbon County Chamber of Commerce Lunch last week.
Utah DPS photo
A 12-year old boy was killed in a single vehicle accident Saturday on U.S. Highway 89 near Fairview.
The Carbon County Chamber of Commerce wrapped up the week by welcoming two more businesses. 
Fire crews responded to a report of a wildland fire yesterday burning on the Old Woman Plateau southeast of Salina.
Hundreds of Castle Country residents converged on the Price Peace Gardens Thursday evening.
The topic of a proposed new District and Juvenile Court Complex in Price was discussed at the regular meeting of the Carbon County Board of Commissioners Wednesday.
The Carbon/Emery County Farm Service Agency is reminding eligible producers that they may now formally enroll in the Agriculture Risk Coverage and Price Loss Coverage programs.
The Carbon County Chamber of Commerce welcomed two more businesses to the community Wednesday.
Today is the deadline to apply for a permit to hunt cow elk, doe deer or doe pronghorn in Utah.
The Price City Culture Connection launches the 2015 season this evening at the Price Peace Gardens.
Carbon County Sheriff Jeff Wood has established a full-time Cybercrime unit to address what he characterizes as the fastest growing segment of crime in the world.
The Bureau of Land Management is seeking public comment on a proposal to include 45 parcels in the Vernal and Price Field Offices at a gas lease sale this fall.
If weather conditions are favorable, a prescribed fire will be ignited today on the Tavaputs Plateau, with the goal of reducing hazardous fuels, enhancing wildlife habitat and improving water quality.
A domestic dispute in Helper has resulted in Aggravated Assault and Reckless Endangerment charges against a Price woman.
A large rock slide Sunday forced the closure of the Bruin Point Road above East Carbon.
Summer is a time to get outdoors to take advantage of a wide array of local recreational opportunities, like biking, hiking, camping, fishing, and taking a tour of Range Creek Canyon. 
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health will offer a series of free, confidential health screenings to coal miners throughout the United States this summer.
A Helper man sustained minor cuts and scrapes when the pickup truck he was driving slid off the road at the Poplar Street exit and rolled down an embankment Monday night.
The 2015 Helper Outlaw Car Show and Cruise is coming up this Friday and Saturday in Helper.
DWR photo
The Division of Wildlife has issued a reminder that baby animals found in the wild should not be disturbed.
A comment period opened Friday for a proposed coal mining project in Kane County. 
A Price man was fatally injured when the semi he was driving rolled on SR-31 in Fairview Canyon.
The Carbon County Chamber of Commerce held two more ribbon cutting ceremonies Thursday. 
The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources is inviting everyone to see wild Rocky Mountain Sheep during a free wildlife viewing event tomorrow evening near Sunnyside.
The 2015 Relay for Life is just two weeks from today.
The 1st Annual 60 Shades of Fitness Fundraiser willl be held tomorrow at the Carbon County Senior Activity Center.
Emery County Sheriff's Office Photo
Areas of Emery County that were flooded on Wednesday got an encore on Thursday, though not as intense as the previous day.
The Carbon County Chamber of Commerce held ribbon-cutting ceremonies Wednesday for several new businesses.
Gasoline prices in Utah are back to $3 per gallon, but are still 55-cents lower than this time a year ago.
The nomination period for local Farm Service Agency county committees begins on Monday.
Saturday is a good day to take a kid fishing.
Thanks to the generosity of the community, the 13th Annual Kickin' Country Pie Auction was a huge success, and will help even more local residents in their struggle with cancer.
Federal officials are gearing up for a growing threat of catastrophic wildfires in drought-stricken areas of the West this year.
Carbon County Sheriff Jeff Wood is continuing a community-oriented approach to law enforcement by reaching out on social media and the local news media.
Castleview Hospital will host a “Meet & Greet” lunch on Thursday with Speech Therapist Taylor Greenhalgh.
An Open House will be held from 6 to 8 pm this evening at the Civil Air Patrol Hanger at the Carbon County Airport.
Raising money for the fight against cancer is what the annual Kickin' Country Pie Auction is all about. 
A Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the Pioneer Park Disc Golf Course will take place on Thursday, June 11th at 12:00 Noon.
With the summer season getting underway, the Southeast Utah Health Department is issuing some reminders to help stay safe this summer.
Girl Scout Troop 555, along with Helper City and the Matt Warner Chapter of E. Vitus Clampus held a dedication ceremony Saturday to mark the 40th anniversary of the Senior Citizens Park on Main Street in Helper.
This year's water supply is extremely low overall, and efforts are underway to conserve water. 
Some Carbon County officials have reservations about a proposed joint project with USU Eastern to build a soccer field complex on the site of the Old Durrant School in Price.
Tomorrow is Utah's Annual Free Fishing Day. On Free Fishing Day you don't need a license to fish in the state.
 Three Counties provide cash reward for information concerning cattle theft.
UDOT crews are repainting lane and crosswalk stripes on 100 North in Price. 
A Relay for Life meeting will be held this evening at the Jennifer Leavitt Student Center. 
A Carbon County Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours event will be hosted by Utah Power Credit Union this evening.
The Manti-La Sal National Forest is now issuing permits for gathering of firewood and other forest products.
Price City is reminding property owners of their responsibility to keep their yards weed free. 
Another Carbon County Chamber of Commerce Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony took place Tuesday at Castle Country RV, 4950 North Highway 6 in Helper.

 
Carbon County Sheriff Jeff Wood is planing to equip his deputies with body cams.
The American Red Cross encourages eligible donors to add blood donation to their vacation to-do lists. 
As the summer recreation season gets underway, fire managers from multiple state and federal agencies are promoting the message of fire prevention. 
Photo Brent Stettler DWR
The Division of Wildlife Resources is inviting every one to a free wildlife viewing event on Saturday, June 13th.
PRICE CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT NEWS RELEASE On January 1, 2015 the Price City Police department began investigating an embezzlement case involving Bruno Engineering and BODEC, sister companies that provide electrical services. Former employee Yvette Marie
If you like to fish in Utah, now is the time to share your thoughts with DWR fisheries biologists.
Nobody was injured but a residence fire in Kenilworth Sunday morning caused extensive damage to the two-story structure and contents. 
Plans are being finalized for the Annual 4th of July Energy Days Event at the Carbon County Fairgrounds. 
The end of May marks the beginning of the “100 Deadliest Days” for teen drivers.
Carbon County Sheriff Jeff Wood spoke during the B.E.A.R. meeting Thursday morning at the USU Jennifer Leavitt Student Center. 
The Bureau of Land Management and the U.S. Forest Service have released the final environmental reviews for proposed land use plans in ten western states to conserve habitat for the Greater Sage-grouse.
An estimated 300 people participated in the 2nd Annual National Senior Health & Fitness Day Wednesday at the Carbon County Senior Center.
Photo Brent Stettler DWR
Applications for Utah antlerless permits will be accepted through wildlife.utah.gov starting today. 
The annual Price City Cemetery Memorial Day Decoration Clean up will begin at 7 am on Tuesday.
The Bureau of Land Management will hold a coal lease sale on Wednesday, June 17th on parcels located approximately 10 miles southeast of Scofield.
A heavy downpour that hit the Price and Carbonville area at about 3:45 Wednesday afternoon resulted in swollen ditches and canals and caused minor street flooding. 
The 2015 Carbon and Emery County Relay for Life is now just a month away. 
The Prehistoric Museum's next gallery exhibition, Geology of Light art show and sale, will open to the public on Saturday, June 6th. 
Carbon County Commissioners approved a donation to the Black Diamond Legends Pro Rodeo during their regular public meeting last week. 
The 9th Annual Castle Country Rock, Fossil & Mineral Show promises something for the whole family.
Memorial Services led by Commander Neldon Huff of the American Legion Post #3 of Price took place on Monday.
The subject of a local sales tax increase was broached during the regular Commission meeting last Wednesday.
Governor Herbert released details of a new report at his Utah Energy Development Summit that shows the major role the energy industry plays in the state's economy.
Warmer weather means rattlesnakes are once again out during the dytime hours, and that means some people could be bitten.
The Prehistoric Museum announces the launch of Blue Star Museums, a collaboration among the National Endowment for the Arts, Blue Star Families, the Department of Defense, and more than 2,000 museums acoss the country.
Carbon County Commissioner Jake Mellor says the time has come to start a discussion about the benefits of creating more Special Service Districts in the county. 
DWR Conservation Outreach Manager, Brent Stettler reports the latest wildlife news and information. 
Former Carbon County Sheriff James Cordova entered into a plea in abeyance agreement Friday in 7th District Court on a charge of misusing public money. 
The 3-day Memorial Day holiday weekend typically marks the start of the summer season. It is a federal holiday to remember the people who died while serving in the country's armed forces.
The North Springs Archery Club will hold a 3-D Shoot at the North Springs Archery Range tomorrow and Sunday.
Another motocross event is set for this weekend at the newly-refurbished Carbon County Fairgrounds motocross track.
Parents and grandparents are being reminded to make sure their medications are secure after an incident at Helper Middle School on Wednesday. 
A 51-year old Price woman was killed after the motorcycle she was riding crashed Thursday afternoon. 
State Representative Brad King will be the keynote speaker at Carbon High School's Commencement Ceremonies beginning at 1 pm tomorrow afternoon. 
The countdown is on for this year's Relay For Life, which is scheduled for Friday and Saturday, June 26th and 27th.
Utah ranks right at the national average when it comes to placing children who are not with their biological families into a family environment rather than a group home or institution.
The NRCS will invest another $21 million to help farmers and ranchers to mitigate the short and long term effects of drought. 
A discussion regarding the possibility of creating four new special service districts is on the agenda for the regular public meeting of the Carbon County Board of Commissioners this afternoon.
The Carbon County Chamber of Commerce welcomed another new business to the community with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday at Desert Castle Gymnastics.
Gas prices in Utah have surged 40-cents per gallon in the past month to an average price of $2.93 for a gallon of regular gasoline.
If you're headed to the Wasatch Front, you may want to plan for extra travel time.
The American Legion Post #3 of Price, and Post #21 of Helper, in conjunction with the Price VFW and Marine Corp League will be conducting Memorial Services in Price, Helper and Wellington on Monday, Memorial Day.
The “No Grave Unadorned” campaign to decorate every grave in Carbon and Emery Counties on Memorial Day is now in its 5th year and has become a community-wide effort.
Following two days of wet weather, it was still cloudy but dry for the Castle Country Trails System Grand Opening Saturday at the Carbon County Fairgrounds.
Extra fish will be stocked for Free Fishing Day.
Utah's Annual Free Fishing Day is coming up on Saturday, June 6. On that day you don't need a license to fish in the state.
It was a full house Thursday evening for the 2nd Annual Miners Memorial Dinner at the Carbon County Event Center.
The Carbon County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting ceremony at noon Friday for EZ Rent-A-Toy at 1152 South Carbon Avenue in Price. 
The Grand Opening of the Castle Country Trail System is set for tomorrow at the Carbon County Fairgrounds. 
The Utah Division of Oil, Gas and Mining plans to close an abandoned mine in Emery County using picks and shovels. 
The Friendship Riders Castle Country and Canyonlands Chapters Annual Blessing & Ride that had been scheduled for tomorrow has been postponed due to inclement weather.
The American Legion Auxiliary Price Unit 3 is urging everyone to wear a Poppy in honor of Veterans and is conducting a Poppy Days to distribute crepe paper Poppies.
Tomorrow is Armed Forces Day, a day to pay tribute to the men and women who serve in the United States Armed Forces.
State Senator David Hinkins, former State Senator Mike Dmitrich and Carl Pollastro, Vice President of Underground Mining at Norwest Corporation, will be the keynote speakers for the 2nd Annual Miners Memorial Fundraiser Dinner.
Smith's and Coca Cola are teaming up to present the 1st Annual Sunset Car Show on Saturday, June 6th. 
The location for this year's Relay for Life has been changed, but everything else remains the same.
On April 28, 2015 two people were arrested for their involvement in a drug related aggravated robbery and aggravated kidnapping case. 
National Peace Officers Memorial Day is observed annually on May 15th, during Natioal Police Week.
Overdose education will be the topic at a Lunch & Learn event in the classroom at Castleview Hospital.
The Bureau of Land Management and Western Area Power Administration have announced the final environmental review for a 730-mile transmission line project.


                                                  
A large lot on the corner of Airport Road and Main Street in Price is being prepared for the construction of a new farm, home and garden-oriented retail outlet.

 
Spring is a time for renewal- not just for people, but for wildlife as well, and that means it's a busy time for Second Chance Wildlife Rehabilitation.
The Emery County Historical Society is extending an open invitation to join a Trek to visit Historic Green River on Saturday, May 16th.
The Division of Wildlife reports the populations of ducks and geese are booming and that could mean a long hunting season and a liberal bag limit in Utah this fall.
The Division of Wildlife has enacted some new fishing regulations aimed at protecting endangered fish in the Green River.
Price Mayor Joe Piccolo has joined other governmental entities across the nation in proclaiming the week of May 17-23 as Public Works Week.
“If You Keep Moving, You'll Keep Improving” is the theme of this year's National Senior Health & Fitness Day coming up on Wednesday, May 27th. 
The driver was shaken up but otherwise apparently O.K. after the semi he was driving rolled off of U.S. Highway 191. 
The Museum of the San Rafael and Pioneer Museum's 2nd Annual Free Family Day Event is set for Saturday from 10 am to 2 pm.
The President of the Price River Water Users Association says the NRCS is mistaken about the current level of Scofield Reservoir.
A team from Emery High School placed 7th in the Utah Ford/AAA Auto Skills Contest in Salt Lake City.
The Utah Highway Patrol has identified the two people who were killed in a head on crash early this morning just east of Wellington. 
The Relay for Life to “Finish the Fight” against cancer is coming up next month at the USU Eastern B-DAC Track.
Two people are dead after a head on crash early this morning at milepost 251 east of Wellington.
The Forest Service is bracing for the wildland fire season and expects to spend as much as $1.6 billion in fire suppression costs.
A Groundbreaking Ceremony was held Tuesday morning at the Price Peace Gardens for the Miners Memorial. 
The Friendship Riders Annual Blessing & Ride starts at Sutherlands parking lot in Price on Saturday, May 30th.
This is Small Business Week, as proclaimed by the President to recognize the contributions of America's entrepreneurs and small business owners.
Another ribbon-cutting ceremony was held at Beauty & Scents Candles, 375 South Carbon Avenue, Suite 151. 
The Carbon County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday at Halos & Horns, at 585 East Main in Price.
A large campfire which was started by two juveniles on Reservoir Hill prompted a response from the Helper Fire Department Saturday night. 
The Motocross Track at the Fairgrounds is undergoing a significant upgrade this week.
The National Association of Letter Carriers 23rd annual food drive will be conducted this Saturday, May 9th. It is the nation's largest single-day food drive.
Carbon County Sheriff's Office- Fatal Motor Vehicle Accident- Single Vehicle Rollover on Pinnacle Canyon Road. At approximately 10:15 p.m. Saturday, May 2, 2015 Carbon County Sheriff's deputies were dispatched to a single vehicle rollover on Pin
Dozens of vendors and live music filled Helper's Main Street Park for another Saturday In The Park event. 
Envision Utah is appealing to Carbon County residents to take part in a survey that may influence state leaders in developing a long-term game plan to prepare for future issues.
The United Way of Eastern Utah is accepting nominations for three Board Member positions.
One person was killed and three others injured in a one vehicle accident Saturday night in Pinnacle Canyon.
The Deer Creek Mine has joined the Carbon Power Plant in the pages of history. 
The Carbon County Chamber of Commerce welcomed another new business to the community with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Giraud Glamour Shop, 211 South 700 East in Price.
The Carbon School District has been implementing new federal dietary guidelines for nutrition standards in schools.
Highway construction season is here. A $5.1 million project is underway on SR-6 in Emery County.
The Grand Opening of the Castle Country Trail System is set for Saturday, May 16th at the Carbon County Fairgrounds.
Carbon School Superintendent Steve Carlsen has announced the selection of new principals at two schools in the District.
The USU Eastern Prehistoric Museum Family Activity Day will be held this Saturday in conjunction with Utah Archaeology and Historic Preservation Month. 
The Museum of the San Rafael has announced the 1st Annual Rock Art Tour this weekend.
The Helper Fire Department responded to a fire alarm at the Avalon House in Helper this morning. 
The Wellington Fire Department, along with the State Fire Marshall's Office, are investigating the cause of a fire this morning at a vacant home.
Managing Stress in the Workplace is the focus of a training session this Thursday at the Small Business Development Center.
 
32 Employees laid off by UtahAmerican Energy 
A traffic stop Saturday night resulted in several arrests and the seizure methamphetamine, heroin and prescription medications.
Today is the 6th Annual National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. 
Recreation use in Huntington Canyon will be limited again this season because of flood hazards during summer rains.
Nobody was injured when a Toyota Rav4 slid off a rain-slicked SR-6 and rolled Saturday afternoon in Helper. 
A three-vehicle accident on SR-6 in East Wellington Saturday morning resulted in critical injuries to one person, and closed the highway for about 3 hours.
There were no injuries but a collision just before 8 am this morning caused moderate damage to one vehicle and interrupted traffic. 
The Carbon County Family Support and Children's Justice Center will hold a 5K or 1 mile Fun Run tomorrow.
Everyone is invited to join the Emery County Historical Society tomorrow for a tour of the Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry, and a historical cattle trail known as “The Jump.” 
The massive public works replacement project in Helper continues with the current construction activity concentrated on North Main Street. 
Spring is a time for spring cleaning, but without proper precautions, that cleaning can also stir up some potential trouble: Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome.
Miss Carbon County Celeste Smith
“Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” is the theme of a Remembrance Walk to be held tomorrow.
The Epicenter in Green River is among a select few organizations around the state to receive a 2015 Governor's Leadership in the Arts Awards.
Kristen Cox, Executive Director of the Governor's Office of Management and Budget will be the Commencement Speaker for the 77th Annual Commencement Ceremony Saturday at USU Eastern.
Patrick James Fredricksen
Emery County Sheriff's Office dispatch received a call from a worker at the ball complex in Huntington, stating that one of their workers was acting strange and had left the job site on foot with a set of master keys.
The USU Eastern Music Department, USU students, and community members present “Sound, Song & Strings,” a Spring Music Concert.
A 700 CC Side By Side is among the many prizes to be given away during the Carbon-Emery Chapter of Sportmen for Fish & Wildlife Banquet this Saturday at the Carbon County Fairgrounds Event Center. Thousands of dollars in other prizes will also be give
In observance of Earth Day, AAA Utah is launching its battery recycling program.
A Carbon County woman has been sentenced to prison on manslaughter and drug related charges.
Utah Workforce Services is teaming up with the Utah Office of Rehabilitation, Department of Veterans & Military Affairs, Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve, and Carbon County Chamber of Commerce to sponsor a Veterans and Community Job Fair.
April is Child Abuse Awareness Month and BACA, Bikers Against Child Abuse, is working to create a safer environment for abused children. 
Over the last 2 years, The United Way of Eastern Utah has provided new shoes for needy children in Carbon and Emery Counties who can't afford new shoes for school. 
Seth Allred has been selected as the new principal of Mont Harmon Middle School.
The week of April 18th - 25th is National Infant Immunization Week, an annual observance to emphasize the need to fully immunize children ages two years and younger preventable diseases.

 
Senator David Hinkins and Representative Brad King reported on the 2015 General Session of the State Legislature during a well-attended Carbon County Chamber of Commerce Lunch at the Country Club on Thursday.
A two vehicle accident at the intersection of Main and 300 East in Price sent one person to the hospital and closed the area to traffic on a busy Friday afternoon.
DWR Southeast Regional Outreach Manager, Brent Stettler talks turkey: the Limited Entry Turkey Hunt underway, turkey hunting instructional videos, and turkey populations in Utah. 
Price City has adopted a Water Strategy to make it through the summer without depleting the water supply.
Active Re-Entry Independent Living Programs will host a Senior Conference on Friday, April 24th. 
Jeremiah K. Johnson, formerly with the Emery County Sheriff's Office, will be among the officers to be honored during the 3rd Annual Fallen Peace Officer Trail Ride this Saturday near Moab.
While the national average price for regular unleaded gasoline continues to trend lower, Utah motorists are paying more. 
A weather-related accident three miles North of Helper about 6:30 this morning sent one person to a Wasatch Front hospital. 
Jason Francis Ori
On April 14, 2015 at 4:34 pm Price City Police officers were dispatched to a retail theft complaint at 610 West Price River Drive.
The official Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony for the Pick & Rail Market in Helper was conducted by the Carbon County Chamber of Commerce.
No injuries in this accident near Soldier Summit
A blustery, cold spring storm has produced winter-like weather and resulted in hazardous driving conditions over higher elevations.
Today is National Bookmobile Day. The Carbon County Bookmobile is going strong with regular stops from Scofield to Sunnyside.
Business fundamentals for a strong, competitive advantage is the focus of a free Business Boot Camp this Friday.
Today is Tax Day- the deadline to file your tax returns.
The Price City and Community Clean-up in underway.
The U.S. Natural Resources Conservation Service reports that snowpack in the west is melting earlier than usual on the heals of record low snowfall.
The 49th Annual Kiwanis Radio Auction raised more than $25,000 to benefit kids in the Castle Country area. 
A trackhoe was riding a little too high on a low-boy trailer as it passed beneath the West Price Interchange structure Monday morning. 
The Utah Division of Oil, Gas and Mining's Abandoned Mine Reclamation Program is inviting public comment on several projects to be conducted in Carbon County this summer.
Wellington Mayor, Joan Powell was named Outstanding Woman of the Year during the 36th annual USU Eastern Women's Conference on Friday.
The Miss Utah organization has asked our community to gather shoes to send to people in need, and Miss Carbon County, Celeste Smith is taking the lead in the campaign.
Carbon High School Rodeo Club hosted contestants from St. George to Logan Friday.
Carbon County Event Center
The Friends of the Children's Justice Center will host Casino Night tomorrow night at the Carbon County Fairgrounds Event Center.
The Bureau of Land Management Price Field Office has prepared a draft Environmental Assessment to potentially designate a trail system in the Wood Hill Area North of Price. 
State Representative Sophia DiCaro
The Outstanding Woman of Southeastern Utah will be named during The 36th annual USU Eastern Women's Conference tomorrow.
The Carbon County Chamber of Commerce “Business After Hours” event will be hosted by Peterson Chemical and Janitorial this evening. 
A 27-year old Price woman sustained minor scrapes and bruises after being hit by a car while cycling on 100 North.
The 2015 Annual Juried Student Art Show is on exhibit through April 30th at Gallery East on the USU Eastern campus.
A two-vehicle accident this morning resulted in minor injuries to a 7 year old girl, who was taken to the hospital as a precaution.
Federal, state and local dignitaries, along with representatives of private business, gathered Monday morning to mark the completion of the Huntington Creek Emergency Watershed Protection Projects.
USU Eastern Welders (L-R) Dustin Foote, Kelly Koffard, Kellen Verdi and Shawn Abrams show off their medals after winning the statewide SkillsUSA competition.
The USU Eastern Welding program is now the state champion for 13 years running. The team recently won gold medals in team and individual events in a competition that pits all the colleges in Utah together.
It's High School Rodeo time, starting with the Queen Contest this Thursday. 
Today is County day of Recognition for National Service, as proclaimed by the Carbon County Commission.
The Matt Warner Chapter of E Clampus Vitus, also known as “Clampers,” will be celebrating their namesake's birthday on Saturday, April 11th. 
Wildlife biologists are reporting that the number of mule deer in Utah is growing and they are recommending more than 87,000 general deer hunting permits for this fall's hunts.
A request for a drought Disaster Declaration for Carbon County by the Price River Watershed Conservation District brought swift action at last week's regular County Commission meeting.
The 49th Annual Kiwanis Radio Auction will be broadcast on Sunday, April 12th. 

 
Deputy Tom Stefanoff was named Employee of the Month at the regular County Commission meeting on Wednesday, April 1st. 
Price City Police Detective Chris Pugliese encountered an adult male Thursday morning on 100 N in the 300 East block, who was behaving erratically and placing himself in danger by entering into traffic.
The next AARP Driver Safety Class hosted by the Carbon County Senior Center will be held from 1-5 pm on Thursday, April 9th. 
Helper City's Easter Egg Hunt in the Park rolls out at 9:30 this Saturday morning.
As the end of the School year approaches, students and teachers in the Carbon School District are getting ready for SAGE testing.
April is Child Abuse Awareness Month. The Family Support and Children's Justice Center serves the community by helping children and their families during times of crisis.
A Spring Fling Dance will be held at the Carbon County Senior Center on Saturday, April 18th.
April is National Volunteer Month and the Red Cross encourages eligible donors to give blood and make a difference in the lives of patients in need.
Price City Recorder, Sherrie Gordon was surprised at last week's price City Council meeting with a plaque honoring her contribution to the community through her work with the Carbon County Metro Drug Task Force.
During his strutting ritual, a male sage grouse inflates his air sacs.
The Division of Wildlife will hold a free wildlife-viewing event on Saturday, April 11th at Emma Park.
Emery County Sheriff Greg Funk says the population of Emery County historically triples on Easter Weekend, and his office is gearing up to ensure the safety and well being of visitors to the San Rafael Swell area. 
The driver of an oilfield tanker truck was lucky to escape with minor injuries after the truck rolled off the Cottonwood Canyon Dugway Sunday afternoon.
A large coalition of conservations groups filed a lawsuit last week in federal court in Denver challenging the U.S. Fish and Wildlife decision to deny endangered species status to two wildflowers that live only on oil shale formations. 
The first joint meeting of the Price City Council and Utah State University Eastern College Cabinet is scheduled for 5:30 pm on Wednesday, April 1st.
Today has been set aside by the United States Congress as a day to recognize the service of Veterans of the war in Southeast Asia. 
Some 450 people signed up for the Southeastern Utah District Health Department's “Don't Be a Butthead/Tobacco Kills” 5K and 10K Walk and Run, which was held Saturday morning.
The City of Price is launching an outreach educational initiative to raise awareness of the need to conserve water.
The BLM Volunteer Project this weekend will be in the history-rich Buckmaster area, near the San Rafael Swell.
The Second Annual What a Woman Wants Expo will proffer hundreds of dollars in giveaways, including a shopping spree courtesy of Lil' Touch of Bling. 
Jason Olsen, a Utah State University Eastern assistant professor in English was named Poet of the Month by the Utah Division of Arts and Museums.
In the early morning hours of Thursday, March 26, 2015, Price City Police Officer Chris Cordova took a complaint of a stolen 1992 Honda Accord from a resident of northeast Price.
The next Carbon County Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours will be hosted by Peterson Chemical and Janitorial on Thursday, April 9th.
The Emery County Historical Society invites everyone to join them in learning about the forgotten past of the Wilberg Resort this evening beginning at 6:30 pm at the Museum of the San Rafael.
Smoking kills more people than alcohol, AIDS, car accidents, illegal drugs, murders and suicides combined. 
The latest County Health Rankings report finds Carbon County at the bottom of the list once again. 
The Ferron/Price Ranger district of the Forest Service will conduct a prescribed burn today and tomorrow if weather conditions are favorable. 
Today is National Medal of Honor Day. The Medal of Honor is the highest military honor, awarded only to US military personnel by the President of the United States.
Today is the deadline to submit photos of Carbon County for possible display at the new county administration building.
A head-on accident involving a coal truck and a Honda Element on SR-6 near the mouth of Spanish Fork Canyon resulted in one fatality Tuesday afternoon.
The BLM has announced new rules and standards to address hydraulic fracturing on public and tribal lands, including a requirement that companies disclose what chemicals are used in “frac” jobs. 
All children in grade 6 and younger in Carbon and Emery Counties are invited to the Trails End Realty 10th Annual Easter Egg Hunt.
Today is the last day to register for the Adaptive Easter Egg Hunt for kids of all ages with disabilities and their siblings. 
Bring a water-proof basket for the Desert Wave Pool Easter Egg Hunt this Saturday from noon to 8 pm. 
A blood drive is scheduled from 3 to 7 pm today at the Boys and Girls Club of Carbon County.
Price Police seized a large quantity of drugs and arrested two people late Friday night. 
Active Re-Entry will be holding benefit counseling for Veterans, their spouses, dependent children and dependent parents this Thursday and Friday.
Helper's Western Mining and Railroad Museum was the Business Spotlight of the Month at the Carbon County Chamber of Commerce lunch last week. 
This is open burn season in Carbon County, when the burning of overgrown ditchbanks, tree trimmings and other debris is allowed- if permission is granted ahead of time by Public Safety Dispatch.