|Published January 21, 2003|
District officials discuss leaking roof at Sally Mauro
A caution banner stretched across the hallway and barrels positioned to catch water leaking from the ceiling denote the area inside the school building that has been closed to students attending Sally Mauro Elementary in Helper. District officials ...
City employees trim one of oldest trees in downtown Price
City employees Scott Marvidikis and Lyle Bauer trim one of the oldest trees in downtown Price, located in front of the former Chelsy's Manor. The building was recently purchased by Dan Decker to house a bicycle business. During the last regularly sc...
Drivers urged to remain on alert in construction, wildlife areas
Construction work continues on Price city's water line project. Along with exercising caution due to construction, motorists should remain on constant alert for deer and wildlife darting onto U.S. Highway 6 in the area. ...
Utah's agriculture agency restricts poultry, bird importation statewide
In an effort to prevent the deadly avian exotic Newcastle disease from spreading into the state, the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food has issued a ban on the importation of all poultry and birds originating in or passing through southern Neva...
Independent research group compiles data, analyzes non-resident student bill impacts
The Utah Foundation has released the independent public policy research organization's report on non-resident higher education students at colleges and universities in the state....
Carbon County Native Works As U.S. Army Recruiter
U.S. Army recruiter Joe Rummel meets with Steve Kerr, who is considering enlisting, and Sarah Gardner, who has already signed up for military service. Recruiting is no longer handled by regular Army personnel, but by companies like the one Rummel ...
Price City Library wins literacy award
Paula Lewis and Norma Procarione display the literacy awards they received from Lt. Gov. Olene Walker. The Utah Literacy Summit Award is presented to four recipients annually. ...
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