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Published April 30, 2002

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Helper council approves city water rates, restrictions


The ordinance approved by Helper officials changes not only the base amount and overage charge rates, but bans culinary outside watering between the hours of 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. The guidelines specify that individuals violating the ordinance will be ...

Local fifth grade students observe Arbor Day, roll up sleeves to plant trees


Students from the Pinnacle Peak Academy fifth grade classes celebrate Arbor Day last week. The fifth graders produced a play about the founder of Arbor Day, J. Sterling Morton. They also conducted a flag ceremony and presented a poetry reading, concl...

Price fire crews, police extinguish blaze in motor home


Price emergency personnel respond to a vehicle fire Monday morning near Fausett Mortuary on 100 South. Price Police Officer Dave Cartwright was the first on the scene and controlled the blaze with an extinguisher. Fire department crews arrived at the...

Piccolo encourages city's citizens to conserve water


In a letter that will be distributed to all water users within Price city's boundaries, Mayor Joe Piccolo urges residents to conserve water.

Price council conducts public hearing on city community block grant applications


Price has submitted two applications for community development block grants and a second public hearing was conducted last Wednesday at the city council meeting on the subject. ...

Concerned Citizens Form Corporation to Lobby for Safety Improvements Along U.S. Highway 6


Kathy Justice, president of the newly formed U.S. Highway 6 Improvement Corporation, points to a bumper sticker designed to highlight the need to complete projects to eliminate safety hazards on the roadway....

Women's conference draws speakers from across the country


The College of Eastern Utah welcomed speakers from across the country April 26, to speak at the annual women's conference, held at the new student center. Amongst the speakers that attended were Jane Dyer who spoke about women's health, including a b...

American Legion Auxiliary names Girls State candidates


Danielle Julian, Cassidy Wiscombe, Jessica Branch and Alison Marrelli will represent Carbon County at Girls State. The annual conference is scheduled in June at Cedar City. Danielle Julian is the daughter of Dean and Connie Julian of Price. Cassidy'...

Peterson Elementary students create artwork to last a lifetime


As part of an art project which has lasted over two years, students at Peterson Elementary created a wall of art for all to see. Students in Julie Youso's art classes from last year and this school year, created a large mural on the cement walls surr...

Dog dies after years of visiting schools, teaching students how to treat, properly care for animals


Beare spent many hours in local classrooms teaching youngsters how to treat and care for animals.

Youth volunteer at learning center


East Carbon youth volunteer time each Thursday afternoon, to help organize the new ABC Learning Center, located in the old senior citizen center. As part of the project, teens like Primrose Chadick catalog books that have been donated to the center. ...

Leavitt declares statewide drought, activates Utah's emergency management operations


Last Wednesday, Governor Mike Leavitt officially declared a statewide drought emergency situation at all locations across Utah.

College wins award for service and learning


The College of Eastern Utah recently won an award for the "principles of good practice in combining service and learning" because of a tax preparation class taught by instructor Henning Olsen....

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