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Project organizers slate May 1 as target date for unveiling of Utahraptor statute
Prehistoric museum curator Reese Barrick checks out the Utahraptor's mouth where a tongue will soon be inserted. The life-sized raptor will be placed on the corner of 100 North 100 East in Price. The bronze is being created by artist Gary Prazen, Barrick assisted in the design and said that May 1 is the targeted date to unveil the new statue. The county's recreation and special transportation district funded the project.
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