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Published October 24, 2002

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Cold weather pavement, dark conditions compound motorist safety concerns

Emergency personnel assist at the scene of an Oct. 22 traffic accident on old Wellington Road. A white Saturn reportedly plowed into the back of a Dodge pickup as the vehicle was turning left onto the road on Tuesday at about 6:30 p.m. The accident t...

County Secures CIB Funding for Three Local Projects

Sheriff James Cordova checks out the county law enforcement department's Hazmat trailer. The county will purchase a Hazmat truck with a $60,000 CIB grant and $120,000 set aside by commissioners for the acquisition. ...

Youth engage in fall season leaf fight

Children enjoy the autumn season by engaging in an old-fashioned leaf fight at Darlene's Day Care in Price. The youngsters taking advantage of the large pile of leaves in order to participate in the fun included McKenzie and Mallorie Harvel along wit...

Domestic Violence Plagues Utah, U.S.

Domestic violence is a mounting problem which plagues nearly six million Americans annually. Utah is no exception. In fact, it is estimated that 60,000 women in Utah are assaulted by a partner each year. ...

Superintendent Explains School Pilt Expenditures

Carbon school superintendent David Armstrong outlined the district's use of payments in lieu of tax revenues at the county commission meeting Oct. 16.

Recession ripples impacting state, national economies

The number of displaced workers filing for unemployment benefits at locations throughout Utah continues to climb, including in Carbon County.

Halloween Haunts: Front Yard Celebrations

A quick drive through the neighborhoods in Price and Helper gives a person the sense that Halloween is right around the corner. Home after home is creatively and uniquely decorated with scary and unfamiliar faces. ...

Elementary school raises funds, creates unique reading pit for students to enjoy

Christopher Vlamakis, Julian Tamllos, Colton Fluharty, Steven Cloward and Shauntel Peterson enjoy the new reading pit at Sally Mauro Elementary School in Helper. The space includes brightly colored cushions and matching curtains. The pit was created ...

CEU Students Address Hunger Issues

A group of College of Eastern Utah students gathered Monday to kick off hunger issues awareness with the fifth annual hunger banquet. The event was hosted by CEU's SUN Center.

Trick or Treat for Food

Youth groups and college students from the community will be out Halloween Night, October 31 from 4 to 7 p.m. gathering food. The event is the annual Trick-or-Treat for food drive. Any nonperishable food items that can be donated would be greatly app...

Power outage affects east Price and central county area Tuesday evening

A Utah Power and Light repairman looks at a transformer near U.S. 6 and Old Wellington Road on Wednesday night after the power in the area failed. The outage affected east price from Airport Road east to between Wellington and Price. The outage also...

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