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Published May 21, 2002

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City, county focus on water


Greg Poole, the engineer on Price's water project, points to the types of pipes that will be used on the new 20-inch line that will carry water from the city's treatment plant to the 10 million gallon storage reservoir on Wood Hill. Once completed,...

Two accident keep law enforcement authorities hopping


Officer Scott Olsen marks where a motorcycle landed Monday at about 3 p.m. after a collision with a car at 400 East 200 South in Price. Less than 20 minutes later, a female driver ran off U.S. Highway 6 near milepost 238. Many first responders who sh...

Law enforcement efforts, safety campaigns designed to protect travelers


Even minor fender-benders can cause severe injury to an unrestrainded occupant in a motor vehicle. Twisted metal can usually be repaired, but the life of a passenger or driver who fails to wear a seatbelt cannot be replaced....

State's Task Force One Participant Shares Nyc Ground Zero Experiences


Carbon County residents may find it difficult to imagine the damage and chaos in New York City following the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. People who have watched the television reports or seen photos think they understand, but they don't....

Attack of the Litter Clones


Movie goers waiting for the midnight showing of the Star Wars prequil "Attack of the Clones" were impatient for more than the movie on Wednesday night. The line to the theatre stretched most of the way toward First West as could be told by the piles ...

Price Plant Produces H20 for Hot Days


During the winter Colton Spring produces enough water for Price City but during the warmer weather the plant gets a lot of water from the Price River to keep up with the demand of the community....

School district announces its extra mile award winners


At a banquet held May 15, the Carbon School District annonced this years winners of the extra mile awards. Stewart Foster received volunteer of the year honors while Patsy Bueno was named administrator of the year. Rebecca Donaldson was honored as th...

Project observing Children's Medical Health Week with open house


The state and nation are observing Children's Mental Health Week and the Frontier Project is celebrating its second anniversary in eastern Utah with an open house.

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