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Published October 22, 2002

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Tractor-trailer rolls on east Price interchange Friday


Carbon County Deputies Ron Bogdin and Paul Bedont view the wreck of a Swifts Transportation tractor-trailer rig last Friday morning. The rig reported got caught in the wrong lane and failed to negotiate the curve on the east U.S. Highway 6 intercha...

Police investigate break in, break out incident at VFW


An investigation into an alleged break in at the Price Veterans of Foreign Wars club concluded with the recovery of missing money and the arrest of a suspect.

Central School building completed in 1916


The Price Community Center's appearance has changed little from the building's first days of life in 1916 as the Central School. The building later became Central Elementary School and, after closing as an educational institution in the late 1960s,...

Commission weighs restaurant tax grants


The Carbon County Commission met Oct. 16 and dealt with a number of issues, including a request from residents on cleaning up washes in the Spring Glen area.

Fire drill in Sunnyside


The sirens wailed, the horns blew and the kids covered their ears.

Former Sun Advocate paper carrier now fights international terrorism


Greg Passic, a former Carbon resident now works for the National Security Council. His quest is to help cut off funds for al-Qaida.

Youth council members, Price officials exchange handshakes


Price Councilman Don Reaveley congratulates Jamie Karpowitz for being named mayor of the youth city council. In addition to the mayor, the Price Youth City Council is comprised of Jennifer Bedont, Heather Peterson, Annie Jensen, Greg Palmer and Dina...

Cmt Presents a Standard Classic in Arsenic and Old Lace


Castle Valley Community Theatre's production of "Arsenic and Old Lace" introduces the audience to the crazy Brewster clan - the sweet little old ladies, brother Teddy who thinks he's an American president and the new Jonathon who looks like Boris Ka...

Family celebrates baby's arrival, welcomes fifth generation youngster into fold


Dwane Nelson, Greg Nelson, Elisabeth Nelson Sieckmann and Chris Nelson celebrate the recent arrival of the family's fifth generation baby, Emily Nelson.

Deq Urges Carbon Residents to Test Radon Levels


The Utah Department if Environmental Quality urges Carbon County residents to test local residences for elevated levels of radon.

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