|Published March 20, 2003|
Tree trimming activities precede spring's arrival March 21
Price city crews grind up the branches trimmed off trees near the College of Eastern Utah campus. Similar work is going on throughout the county as various crews trim trees away from utility lines. The crews frequently cut down trees and trim branche...
Develop emergency survival response action plans, procedures
In addition to stocking 72-hour survival kits for family members, officials recommend equipping frequently used vehicles with the emergency items. In most disasters, it generally takes about three days for help to arrive in an area....
Work grinds along on improvements at county fairgrounds
A grader pushes dirt being hauled from the west side of the fairgrounds as crews fill in and level areas near the outside arena. The latest large project slated at the county fairgrounds will be the construction of an indoor shooting range building....
Unemployment benefit filings dip, while economy struggles to recover
Unemployment benefit filings appear to be on the decline, but Utah and the United States continue to struggle to recover from the economic recession.
Foundation explores recession trends
Last fall, the National Bureau of Economic Research declared the United States started into a recession in March 2001.
Top realtors honored at annual banquet
Gold awards were presented to Mary Musgrave, Patrick Bailey, Frankie Sacco, Lauri Davis, Corna O'Rafferty, Janet Roberts, Jane Berneche, Michelle Bruno.
Pickup Flips in SR-10 Accident
Several motor vehicle accidents occurred Monday morning during the rain in the valley and the heavy snowfall in Price Canyon.
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