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Published July 2, 2002

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Fire crews battle blazes

A Sunday fire that started in Price Canyon rapidly took off over the ridge toward Emma Park, sending emergency units from a number of different agencies scrambling to control the blaze....

Protect animals from ravages of heat

Escaping the summer heat is a top priority for humans and pets alike. Kittens frequently find refuge from the blazing sun underneath trees or shrubs. Animals suffer from the ravages of heat and residents are reminded to maintain sufficient amounts of...

Republicans in Utah Senate endorse budget balancing compromise plan

Utah lawmakers met in special session last week to address a $173 million revenue shortfall for the state's fiscal year 2003 budget.

Precautionary practices curb food-borne illness risks

Barbecues will be firing up and picnic baskets will be packed as temperatures soar during the upcoming holidays.

Don't Bug Me

The Annual Girl Scout day camp for the Carbon service district, which includes Carbon and Emery counties, was held a couple weeks ago at the Rigby home in south Price. Fifty-eight girls from throughout Carbon County participated in the three day camp...

Local Dup Members Mark 100 Years Of Community Service

Assisted by a city employee, Daughters of Utah Pioneers president Charmaine Matthews and treasurer Lola Nelson plant two trees in Price's Heritage Park. DUP members gathered in Price last Friday to commemorate 100 years of community involvement and u...

City, chamber representatives cut ribbon to reopen Main Street in downtown Price

Carbon County Chamber of Commerce representatives and city officials celebrate the opening of Main Street in downtown Price at a ribbon cutting ceremony last Thursday.

Carbon community dedicates coal miners memorial statute

Carbon County Chamber of Commerce president Nicole Steele welcomes more than 100 guests last Friday at the dedication of the miners memorial statue at Price's Heritage Park.

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