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Published November 19, 2002

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Logging truck falls off road and spews logs everywhere


Crews assist at the scene of a single-vehicle mishap Nov. 15 on Ridge Road. At about 2 p.m. last Friday, Gerald Warham, 65 of Wellington, was reportedly driving a logging truck eastbound and glanced to the left. When Warham looked back at the road, t...

Education panel discusses pursuing voted leeway tax hike


Marie Leonard, Beth Gotfredson and Paula Noyes place chairs in the board room at the new Carbon School District offices Monday. The district administration is moving to the former Westridge Middle School. The district offices are located in the n...

'Soldiers' practice for performances


Sgt. Wayco Randall of the Utah National Guard instructs several young 'recruits' in the artistry of marching. The boys will perform Nov. 21 and Nov. 23 in 'The Nutcracker' at the College of Eastern Utah's Geary Theatre....

Court sentences defendant to jail in negligent homicide complaint


The 7th District Court has sentenced the Brigham City motorist convicted of three counts of negligent homicide to concurrent six-month jail terms.

Price Applying to CIB for Boiler Replacement Funds


At the regular city council meeting on Nov. 13, Price officials voted to apply for $100,000 in Utah Community Impact Board funds to pay for part of the cost of installing the new boilers at the swimming pool....

Utah files friend of court briefs in sex offender registry cases


Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff has joined two actions asking the United States Supreme Court to overturn decisions against public sex offender registries in Alaska and Connecticut....

Vfw Post 2379, Auxiliary Donate Food to County's Pantry


Sue Brown and Shirley Peterson along with Louise and Bill Schneider unload the 1,044 pounds of non-perishable food items and toiletries collected for the local pantry by Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2379 and the organization's ladies auxiliary. With...

Money raised for medical expenses


Kolton Dean selects a winner in the quilt raffle at Carbon Credit Union. Dean drew the name of the winner of the handmade quilt which was raffled off as a fundraiser to assist in medical expenses for the young Carbon County youth. ...

Helper Junior High Students Graduate from Dare Program


Helper Junior High principal Tom Montoya and Helper Police chief George Zamantakis hand out DARE graduation certificates to MaryAnn Cotters seventh grade students. Each year, Zamantakis teaches a course to junior high students about the importance of...

Consultants Visit CEU Prehistoric Museum for Evaluation


Director Don Burge visits with consultants Don Lofgren and Clare Intress before touring the College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum last Wednesday. The consultants will evaluate of the museum's public programs and educational role in the communi...

Vote canvas clarifies election results


Bob Pero, county clerk and Alexis Horsley count provisional and absentee ballots on a vote counting machine last Tuesday, thereby finalizing the election that took place the week before. By law, all counties had to do their final count of those ballo...

Area youth submit winning entries in local writing contest


James Utley, Nichole Chesley, Jenafer Henrie, Lacey Pugliese and Kaylee Hughes are the winners of the Proud to be an American writing contest sponsored by Dorr Hanson. The sixth graders entered stories and poetry in the competition. Hanson awarded th...

Downtown pigeon problem addressed by Price city council members


Some claim there has been a pigeon problem downtown for many years and up until now it was the business owners' responsibilities to take care of it.

Hepatitis a Virus Spreads Through Carbon and Emery Areas


Over the past four months, the Carbon and Emery County areas have had an increase in the number of hepatitis A cases. Hepatitis A is a liver disease that is caused by the hepatitis A virus. ...

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