|Published February 20, 2003|
Despite projected revenue increase, higher education facing budget cuts
Diesel technology student Bryant McMullin works at the alignment bay on a large truck in the College of Eastern Utah shop. Many departments at CEU have suffered due to budget cuts the last couple of years and more may be coming. A board of regents...
Bill hiking Utah's beer tax gains preliminary approval
Purchasing a six-pack from the store may cost beer drinkers additional money in the future. The Utah Senate is considering a bill that will charge a penny a bottle more for the golden liquid as a tax to use for driving under the influence of an int...
Price city grants requests, supports civic groups
It seemed like community service night at the Price City Council meeting Feb. 12 as four local groups appeared before the officials announcing events or activities and, in some cases, requesting waivers or assistance with the activities....
Jobless benefit claims dip, while gas prices skyrocket
The economic and employment situations in Utah appear to be improving.
Church group members collect, donate clothing to Children's Justice Center
The Red Rock Regulars, personnel from the National Park Service, National Forest Service, State of Utah and the Bureau of Land Management, who usually spend their summers fighting fires and winters providing other services left Monday from Price for ...
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