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Published November 12, 2002

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Emergency crews assist at scene after car slips into gear, pins man against wall


Emergency personnel assist the victim injured in an accident Monday afternoon. Mike Weaver, age 23, was working on a vehicle near the east wall of the Intermountain Farmers store in Price when the mishap occurred. Weaver reportedly started the car an...

Military organizations, community honor Carbon veterans


Members of local military organizations stand at attention during the Veterans Day ceremony at the Price Peace Garden's on Monday morning. The short program honored all of Carbon County's veterans and 'Taps' was sounded for the fallen soldiers, sail...

Pageant judges select Miss Carbon County, attendants


Amy Watkins dons the Miss Carbon County crown after winning the title last Saturday night at the scholarship pageant presented at the Price Civic Auditorium. Joining the local royalty are first attendant Rachel Pipher and second attendant Tiffany Van...

Former pastor sentenced in child sexual abuse case


Last Thursday, the 7th District Court sentenced the former pastor of a Helper church charged with sexually victimizing children to nine terms in the Utah State Prison.

Non-point pollution becoming factor for area agricultural operations to address


Presently, numerous people involved in agriculture are being contacted by Dean Stacy from the Price River Soil Conservation District about a new state plan to eliminate or lower non-point pollution from their operations in the area....

Job numbers drop in Utah, nation


In October, Utah's statewide unemployment rate continued the 2002 trend of ranging between 5 percent and 6 percent.

Kayak program a big splash in Carbon County


Kayaking students learn the important techniques of the outdoor adventure.

Thanksgiving program to assist Carbon County residents in need


City and education officials from across Carbon County gathered together last Wednesday morning to discuss a proclamation that acknowledges Thanksgiving as a day for county residents to celebrate the spirit of selfless giving and appreciation for fam...

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