|Published March 21, 2002|
Candidates file for election
The filing period for the 2002 elections concluded March 18 and two county commissioners face challenges not only from Republican candidates, but fellow Democrats.
Emergency agency personnel, equipment respond to several fires in county
Price emergency crews extinguish a grass fire in the 300 East 300 North block Monday afternoon. The fire moved through the grass to ignite a fence, wood shed and tree stump. Similar fires are beginning to occur frequently as the weather warms and th...
Spring signals longer days in valley
With spring's arrival on Wednesday, the daylight hours are officially starting to last longer and longer. Soon, the green will begin to appear in the grass and the trees will begin to bud. However, the year may prove to be an extremely short one for...
Price city preparing for Main Street construction
Nick Tatton, who currently manages Southeastern Utah Association of Local Governments' small business development center, will join the Price staff May 1as the city's community director....
Bankruptcy numbers for Utah rank second in nation
Last year, one out of every 36 households in Utah filed for bankruptcy protection.
Interim committees assigned to evaluate tax-related issues, report findings to state officials
The 2002 Utah Legislature refrained from compounding the tax burden shouldered by the state's non-smoking citizens.
Cubs compete, place at top in Pinewood Derby contest
Brian Housekeeper, Kale Cotner and Jeffery Hyer show off the trophies they won for placing first, second and third at the Cub Scout Pinewood Derby race. The boys competed at the Carbon District Scout-O-Rama on March 16....
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