|Published March 18, 2003|
Focus on safety when tackling outdoor projects
The weather last week was unusually warm which led to many people to do projects outside, like the construction of this sign that Dave Gerrard was completing on 100 North in Price. Driving around Carbon County produced sights of residents picking up ...
Soggy St. Patrick's Day parade produces lasting images
Deep in conversation on a float in the St. Patrick's Day parade in Price Saturday are Shelbie Madsen and Katrina Basso. Even though drizzle filled the skies and dampened the event, the girls riding on a cheerleader's float were busy talking under the...
UDOT to Hold Planning Session on Future Of Local Highways
While safety on US 6 isn't always on everyone's minds, it is on the minds of the Utah Department of Transportation which will be holding a public meeting on March 24 at 6 p.m. in the Price City Hall. ...
County, state experience climbing unemployment
While the Carbon County School District has it's own code of conduct for students, which includes a dress code, that schools must follow, board members saw nothing wrong with one school wanting their own code adopted that was more stringent than the ...
Public Comment Being Taken on BLM Wild and Scenic River Inventory
The hard work and controversy has been going on for months now.
Council debates to waive or not to waive
Price City Council has spent many of its meetings the past year wrestling with requests to waive rental fees for its parks, particularly Washington Park, where the kitchen and pavilion need to be reserved in order that a group be guaranteed usage on ...
Report documents increase in calls to dispatch center
Marty Estrada works at his console during his shift at the Carbon Communications Center in Price.
Local guard contingent training for possible chemical war
The 1457th combat engineer battalion, "A" company, detachment one, from Price, is seen here training with NBC (Nuclear, Biological and Chemical) gear. The most likely complicated problem they could face in an upcoming war is the enemies use of these...
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