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Published December 10, 2002

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Non-lethal force order of the day at CCSD


The red dot shows the spot. Chief deputy Guy Adams from the Carbon County Sheriff's Department demonstrates the siting capability of one of the new taser guns the department has purchased for each cruiser. The new weapon is designed to keep officer...

House Lights on US-6 near Helper Catch Attention Of All Who Pass Through Area


Ron and Bernie Jones' home on US 6 just south of Helper is decorated with over 15,000 lights, and while there may be homes with more lights on it during this holiday season in the county, few are as visible as this one. Sitting on the highway with da...

UDOT Holds EIS Scoping Meeting for US-6 Future Alternatives


An open house at the College of Eastern Utah last Wednesday evening ended one phase of a major improvement era on US 6 and moved it into another phase.

Unemployment up in county and state


November's unemployment rate for Utah rose slightly to 5.3 percent from the 5.1 percent reported in October.

Students decorate Zions tree


Zions Bank's Price offices teamed up to celebrate the holidays with Castle Valley Center school last Wednesday, Dec. 4. Continuing the bank's long-held holiday tree trimming tradition, both locations participated in events that support Castle Valley'...

Preparing for the holiday season


Approximately 65 students attending Castle Valley Center assisted Zions Bank employees last Wednesday with decorating their Christmas tree. Pictured above on the left, Amy Sehestedt is helping Anastasia Green put a ginger bread man high on the tree,...

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Zions Bank's Price offices teamed up to celebrate the holidays with Castle Valley Center school last Wednesday, Dec. 4. Continuing the bank's long-held holiday tree trimming tradition, both locations participated in events that support Castle Valley'...

Carbon County children enjoy reading stories with Clifford


Rebekah Douglas jumps at the chance to meet her favorite pet, Clifford the Big Red Dog during the Price City Libraries weekly story hour last week. Clifford listened to stories and posed for pictures with the children in attendance. For Douglas, this...

Local musicians compete in old time fiddle contest and return with many awards


The Utah State Blackhawk Old time fiddle contest was hosted Saturday, Nov. 8. The contest featured a full day of fiddle, banjo, guitar, mandolin and harmonica competition.

Local pastor to leave Carbon County area after 10 years of service


For the past 10 years, R. Douglas Swinburne has been pastor of the Price Chapel. The local chapel is part of the Christian and Missionary Alliance, a small but fast-growing Christian Denomination with about 3 million members....

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