|Published December 26, 2002|
Winter storms create winter wonderland, but snow levels remain below average
Snow blankets the valley for the first holiday season in several years. While there have not been many big storms, the higher areas have received significant amounts, but not enough to still bring the area up to average. According to the Natural Reso...
Tower completed, ready for fire fighting training
The new fire tower that was constructed this fall near the Carbon County Fairgrounds will be an excellent training facility for the regions fire fighters and emergency personnel. It is one of the few metal towers in the area, with many of the other...
Initial construction commences on road improvements from Wellington to Price
Melissa Swenson wraps presents at the Kiwanis Sub for Santa program last Saturday. Kiwanis members and families shopped and wrapped gifts for 11 needy families in the county. Each year, the club works with several underprivileged families and purc...
Unemployment filings decrease across state
Ending Dec. 14, the four-week average of unemployment insurance initial claims filed at locations across Utah registered at 2,449, representing an 18 percent decrease from last year....
Nami Assists Mentally Ill People, Family Members
People accept the fact that physical illnesses others get are often not their fault, even when they have led life-styles that obviously contribute to the diseases. But many people still attach a stigma to individuals who have mental illness....
Mayor presents Price's service leader award to volunteers
Patti Pierce, Virginia Jordan and Juanita Richard accept Price's visionary service leader award from Mayor Joe Piccolo. The women are part of a volunteer team assisting the humane society, specifically with spay and neuter programs for cats....
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