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Published April 15, 2003

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Rally at Peace Garden reflects community's support for troops

Carbon County teenagers, adults and children rally at the Price Peace Garden last Saturday in support of American military personnel.

Crews replacing windows at former student activity center

Travis Madden and Mike Donahoe remove the panes from the windows in the ballroom at the college's former student activity center. The building currently serves a number of purposes, including housing the cosmetology department, school newspaper, well...

Carbon preparing to test voting equipment

The Utah Association of Counties will conduct its annual management conference in the local area this week.

State, Nation Finalize RS-2477 Memorandum

Gov. Mike Leavitt has joined United States Secretary of the Interior Gail Norton to announce a process designed to resolve many of the RS-2477 road claims in Utah. The focus was to make a commitment to protect Utah's important scenic natural areas w...

Charter Schools Reach Crossroads in U.S.

Since the first charter school law was passed in 1991 in Minnesota, more than 2,500 schools have popped up around the nation in 37 states. Currently, more than 500,000 students in the United States attend charter schools....

Soroptimist Club Honors CHS Senior

Organization president Charlotte Stubbings presents the Price Soroptimist Club Violet Richardson Award to Carbon High senior Alison Marrelli. The local group bestows the $500 cash scholarship award to recognize young women for volunteer action in the...

Sally Mauro elementary school wins national reading award

Principal Mike O'Shea shows off the plaque Sally Mauro Elementary won for it's reading program.

Little league fields get new dugouts

Bricks and cement are stacked by the curb at the South Price Park on 400 South and 150 East where construction of new dugouts is underway. The park is owned by the city, but the Western Boys Baseball Association is building the dugouts to keep the s...

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