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Published October 29, 2002

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Depicting countless faces of domestic violence victims


Artist Valarie Martinez portrays the countless faces of domestic violence. The mural created by the artist and lecturer stands as a symbol of the disturbing problem plaguing approximately six million Americans annually. As a victim of violence, Marti...

Quarry sites along Price River yielding numerous fossils


Bill Yensen works with an air powered chisel around some Camarasaurus bones in the Price River Quarry II as other team members inspect and evaluate some fossils behind him in a lower section of the dig....

Student volunteers support Habitat for Humanity project


CEU Sun Center volunteer Raquel Ramos inventories electrical parts during Make a Difference Day last Saturday. Family members donated all the material at the Kessler Electric warehouse to Habitat for Humanity. About two dozen students joined the orga...

Price council members vote to replace swimming pool boiler


In one of the most controversial decisions made by the current Price City Council, the group voted four to one Monday morning in a special meeting to accept an original bid to replace the boiler at the swimming complex....

Pyramid schemes focus on recruitment, cash


Pyramid operations continue to surface across the state and the Utah Division of Consumer Protections cautions Carbon County residents to avoid falling victim to the schemes.

Justice Center helps community children and families


The Judge and the Spider (Dennis and Terry Willis) at the Harvest Ball last Saturday night. All the funds from the ball will be used to support the Family Support and Children's Center. Over 235 people attended the annual fund raising event....

Desolation Canyon used as theme for college presentation


Desolation Canyon as it winds its way through the Green River basin. The Canyon has been used as a classroom for Prescott College for 30 years. It will now be the theme of a presentation scheduled for Dec. 7 in Price....

Having a ball raising money for kids


The Annual Harvest Ball was held Saturday night at the Elks Lodge in Price and not only was it well attended but from the looks of the party-goers it was a fun evening.

Discoveries of a lost world bring dinosaur enthusiasts from miles around to visit area


Ron Diesel Knudson, publisher of RV Life, a northwest publication that has recently expanded to Utah is pictured visiting with John Bird, CEU bone lab supervisor at the Prehistoric Museum in Price during a recent fam tour of the dinosaur diamond....

Construction continues on various Castle Country roads


Motorists enjoy the newly constructed passing lanes at Sunnyside Junction. The days of being slowed down to almost a complete stop behind a semi are now over as the road now allows faster moving vehicles to pass slower ones without risk....

Fire prevention strategies emphasized at Wellington school


Students at Wellington Elementary are amazed by the sound that fire fighters make while dressed in full apparatus. As part of a school contest, students created posters which explained fire prevention strategies. Winners of the contest include Malea ...

Cluster flies can be montrous problem in the fall


The common house fly pictured here on a hose handing in the sun is often confused with the cluster fly.

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