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Published April 9, 2002

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Area law enforcement agencies endorse abduction alert system

Children are abducted daily at various locations across the United States. Some are family abductions, while others are incidents where youngsters are taken by total strangers. The new Rachael Runyon Alert system will aide law enforcement investiga...

Fire erupts last Friday, recurring blaze Saturday destroys mobile home in Price

Firemen battle a stubborn blaze at a home in the 600 West block of northwest Price last Friday morning.

Construction starts on Price's Main Street improvements

H.E. Davis Construction Company begins the task of tearing up Price Main Street between Carbon Avenue and 100 East. Drivers will be detoured to 100 North or 100 South. The scope of the project includes tearing out the existing asphalt, curb and gutte...

County acts in zoning, business license issue

The Carbon County Commission met last week and dealt with a number of issues, including the renewal of a business license for a home based business reportedly in violation of zoning codes in the county....

Colorado Man Dies in U.S. 6 Wreck

Last Thursday, an accident on the stretch of U.S. Highway 6 between Price and Wellington claimed the life of a Colorado motorist.

Democrats decertify Axelgard's candidacy

Kay Colosimo, Tom Mathews and Sharon Murdock explain to the Democratic Central Committee the purpose of the special meeting that was held at the Carbon County Courthouse on Monday evening....

Castleview Hospital CEO Presents Employee with 2002 Mercy Award

Castleview chief executive officer Jeff Manley presents Dannette Moynier with the local hospital's 2002 Mercy Award.

Carbon County plans several improvement projects with money recently granted by state impact board

Willow Creek Mine buildings sit idle as the gravestones of those lost in the distant past in the same mine stand as silent sentinels to it's history of disaster, both financially and in cost of human life. Willow Creek officials have offered to sel...

Fifth graders finish 14-week course, graduate from DARE

Fifth grade students at Creekview Elementary participate in the school's DARE graduation ceremonies last Wednesday event. The event marked the completion of the14-week course by the students. The DARE program teachers youth the importance of saying ...

Students from Carbon County schools earn awards, recognition at regional science event competition

Students from the Carbon County School District recently traveled to Cedar City to participate in the regional science fair.

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