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City's work crews install bright welcoming signs at strategic locations in Price


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Price employees Ron Newman and Travis Byrge assist on the work crews installing welcoming signs at strategic locations throughout the city. The signs were recently placed in all city parks as well as the west entrance into the town. The colorful signs currently stand at Price's Washington, Pioneer, south parks as well as Terrace Hills. In addition to the message welcoming visitors to the local area, the signs are useful to identify the parks in Price city.


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