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Published April 2, 2002

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UDOT Accepts Comments on U.S. 6


Rachel McQuillan, a Utah Department of Transportation consultant, speaks with Price residents during the public U.S. 6 information meeting last Wednesday. Officials indicate that 88 people showed up at the local open house and signed in for the eve...

Easter Bunny greets Carbon children


The Easter Bunny stops to greet Carbon youngsters while passing through the county last weekend. In addition to visiting with local children, the Easter Bunny handed out holiday candy and treats to the youth....

Victim injured in accident near Sunnyside Junction


A wrecked passenger car stands as a silent witness to a March 27 traffic accident near Sunnyside Junction. One man was injured when the driver of the car reportedly attempted to pass a tractor trailer rig last Wednesday night. Although the Utah Hig...

County housing authority assumes helm, board appointed to oversee Helper mission


Colleen Robertson, director of the The Golden Rule Mission, gave the board of directors a tour of the facility last Wednesday after the board meeting. The mission recently came under control of the Carbon County Housing Authority and much of the b...

Caucuses kick off political season in Carbon County


The Democrats and Republicans met on March 25 for their caucuses. At these meetings the party members picked officers for their precincts and delegates for their county and state conventions. From these conventions will come the candidates that will ...

Price council members accept bid on city's waterline project


On March 27, the Price Council accepted the bid on the city's water pipeline project submitted by Condie Construction of Springville.

Price ranger district office initiates scoping on Lake Canyon proposal


The 1997 decision calling for improvement and mitigation of the Lake Canyon area of the Manti-LaSal National Forest failed to consider user created trails and motorized vehicle use....

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