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Published June 6, 2002

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Law enforcement investigators book meth suspects

Deputy Tory Christiansen displays suspected methamphetamine seized during an incident in Carbonville early Monday morning. Drug task force members found a considerable amount of suspected meth, 106 grams of what the authorities believe to be mariju...

U.S. 6 Evolves from Mountain Trail Into Paved Route Through Canyons

An old section of highway on the side of Price Canyon is what remains of a road abandoned in the mid-1960s. However, a good portion of the roadway was an original part of the Midland Trail in the early part of the 20th century. ...

Construction proceeds on schedule

People entering the College of Eastern Utah campus encounter torn up sidewalks between the student activity center and CEU's main offices during construction of the Reeves building. Excavation had to take place in order to connect the Reeves structur...

Agencies stress stopping to assist at accident scenes

As the summer months start to heat up, vacation travelers will be hitting the roadways.

Adhering to safety practices cuts bicycle injury, death risks

School has concluded and children are participating in outdoor activities, including bicycle riding.

American Cancer Society volunteers trained in Price

MaryAnn Jones, Communications Director for Utah and Idaho for the American Cancer Society, and Dori Kelsch, area director from Sterling, Idaho were in Price this week to train volunteers. Joan Hubert, Carbon County chairperson of the ACS and Beck...

County officials, tourism partners conduct meeting at Price museum

A second meeting of county officials and tourism partners was recently conducted at the College of Eastern Prehistoric Museum and Castle Country Regional Information Center.

Exercise caution while watching June 10 eclipse

During the early evening hours on June 10, Carbon residents will have the opportunity to view a partial eclipse of the sun, the last to be visible from Utah for 10 years.

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