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Published June 18, 2002

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Carbon County observes Flag Day at Price Peace Garden


As part of the 2002 Flag Day ceremony at the Peace Garden, members of the Price American Legion Post 3 stand before Carbon County residents attending the event. During the ceremony, a brief history of the American flag was discussed by the members...

Reviewing U.S. 6 Incarnations


Abandoned in 1966, segments of the old highway still stand on the hillside in Price Canyon. Trees break through the pavement and rocks cover the surface in several spots, while the road is eroded away at other places. Although only 40 years old, ...

Canine, feline companions require protection from summer weather conditions


With temperatures starting to soar, pets are experiencing the dog days of summer. Pet owners have several responsibilities to ensure that the furry friends stay comfortable during hot weather. Residents should make sure all animals have plenty of w...

Workforce department compiles Utah's jobless, bond rating data


Ending June 8, the four-week average of initial unemployment insurance claims filed in Utah registered at 1,821. The figure represents a 20 percent increase from last year.

The need to conserve water continues


Water seems to flow in great abundance at the CEU fountain as it obscures the sun one day last week. But water in the Carbon County area continues to be in shorter and shorter supply. While this fountain recycles water and looses very little, lawns t...

Family welcomes arrival of fifth generation baby daughter


Longtime Carbon County Kathryn Ori celebrates the arrival of a fifth generation baby girl with her family members in Orem. The five generations of females include Mrs. Ori; her daughter, Betty (Bob) Nichols of Orem; her granddaughter, Lori (Kim) Eckl...

Water line construction on Carbonville Road proceeds


It wasn't very long ago that Carbonville Road travel meant smooth sailing. But in the last couple of weeks work began near the Price City limits installing the new 8" distribution pipeline for existing water customers in the area. In addition the 20...

Monument honors former governor


This monument at the Emma Park Flats on Highway 191 honors former Governor Simon Bamberger. It was put up in 1918 by inmates who were building the Duchesne-Castle Gate Road at the time. Bamberger, who was not always loved by Carbon residents, was gov...

Price City Council Looks over Old BLM Complex for Future Use


Price Fire Chief Kent Boyack and community director Nick Tatton looks through the old BLM complex in north Price along with council members Liz Kourianos and Richard Tatton as they consider the future of the buildings and grounds....

Residents gearing up to walk, raise funds for cancer research


Carbon County residents should plan on lacing up their walking shoes and gathering their friends for the annual Relay for Life event, sponsored by the American Cancer Society.

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