|Published January 2, 2003|
Police agencies encourage motorists to exercise caution
Debris from a traffic mishap remain in the snow Tuesday afternoon. Law enforcement officers sat inside patrol cars at the scene and reconstructed the accident as snow continued to fall, making the roadways more treacherous. In order to reduce acciden...
Army calls three local reservists to active duty
Capt. Joe Tryon, Sgt. Nick Manzanares and Pvt. Ken Labrum stand in front of the Doughboy Statue at the Price Peace Gardens discussing the meaning of the statue which serves aas a tribute to Carbon County veterans. The Army Reserves were called to ...
Winter snowstorm arrives earlier, stronger than forecast
Josh Mills, 9 years old, and dad, Gary, remove the snow from the driveway of the family's home on Tuesday morning in south Price. The storm started early in the morning, but was not supposed to show up until later in the afternoon. The storm was als...
County recognizes outgoing commissioner, lawmakers adjust budget to cover shortfall
Tom Matthews speaks to the crowd in the Carbon County Commission chambers on Monday night after he was given an award from the other commissioners and had received a gift (the tractor) from employees of the county who were bidding him good-bye. Mat...
Holidays Conclude, But Authorities Intend to Continue DUI Enforcement
The 2002 holiday season has concluded, but Carbon County motorists should remain on constant guard in terms of driving and drinking along with practicing defensive techniques to avoid traffic accidents....
Jobless benefit claim filings decrease throughout Utah
Utah continues to attract newcomers and grow at a faster pace than the nation although the numbers are decreasing.
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