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Published April 25, 2002

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Price Main Street improvement project entering 200 East


While Price Main Street is torn up, the traffic lights are still functioning and the green appears to signal that the project is go. The project moved a step last week when construction entered the 200 East block in front of the county courthouse. Me...

Automotive students participate at state competition, capture top placements


Julie Dalton, Aric Nelson and Karl Bringhurst check out a motor vehicle's engine and electrical wiring system. Students in the College of Eastern Utah's automotive classes recently competed at the state tournament. Dalton and Nelson placed third at ...

Groups collecting learning supplies


National Volunteer week is under way and local organizations are focusing on collecting supplies for the ABC Learning Center in East Carbon. Residents may donate reading books, coloring books and crayons at the senior citizen centers in Price or East...

Defendants enter pleas on attempted murder charges


On Tuesday, the 7th District Court sentenced the subjects of last October's manhunt in Carbon County to serve indeterminate one- to 15-year terms in the Utah State Prison.

Commissioners accept bids on county projects


When the Carbon County Commission met last week, the officials opened the bids on the second phase of the community exhibit building at the fairgrounds.

Officials emphasize importance of water conservation


Officials continue to stress the importance of water conservation as Utah enters into a fourth consecutive drought year.

Olympic auction benefits organization


Olympic memories live on through official merchandise. Numerous banners and posters displayed across Carbon County are currently on display as part of a silent auction being conducted at the Price City Hall. The silent auction will continue until ...

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