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Published October 17, 2002

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Private Motor Vehicle, UHP Patrol Car Collide at 100 North Intersection in Price


The Utah Highway Patrol normally investigates accidents, but seldom are trooper involved in a traffic mishap. But on Wednesday at approximately 9:20 a.m., a motor vehicle collided with a UHP patrol car at the intersection of 100 North and 300 East in...

Crews work on Wilberg Wash bridge


Nielson Construction start removing the deck of the bridge at Wilberg Wash on Oct. 16 as part of the Utah Department of Transportation project to create passing lanes along an approximately one-mile stretch of State Road 10 from milepost 41 to 42.5. ...

Public health district launches 2002 influenza immunization clinics Wednesday


Southeastern Utah Health District nurse Dottie Flemett administers an influenza vaccine to David Cunningham. The public health department director joined a long line of Carbon County residents getting immunized for the upcoming flu season Tuesday mor...

PRWID Expects CIB to Fund Local Projects


Eight sewer projects to provide service to more than 70 residences in unincorporated county areas should be completed next year if Price River Water Improvement District obtains the money it expects to receive from the Utah Community Impact Board....

Lottery scam resurfaces, targets state's consumers


The Utah Division of Consumer Protection has issued a statewide alert cautioning Carbon County residents to avoid falling victim to scam involving unsolicited overseas mail targeting older citizens....

Recovering Utah economy, moderate growth predicted


Financial analysts expect Utah's current economic slowdown to recover and experience modest growth next year.

Fall Spectacular


I love seasons and my favorite is fall. When I lived in Montana and the summer began to wind down, I remember loving to head to the hills and mountains and enjoy the fall colors. This is my first fall in Eastern Utah and for the past three weekends I...

Good things are happening at Petersen Elementary


Students of all ages enjoy reading. In fact, Robin Trujillo reads to her all day kindergarten class on a daily basis. The students learn the importance of reading through example....

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