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Published April 22, 2003

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Lawmakers discuss mine water at tri-county meeting


Emery Commissioner Ira Hatch discusses his concern about the water situation at Skyline mine with Sanpete officials Claudia Jarrett and Greg Dettinger. The situation was the main topic at a tri-county commission meeting at the Carbon courthouse la...

Justice center battles child abuse problems in Carbon County area


Shannon Draper assists Monica Safreed at the counter in the Price post office. Safreed and other post office patrons encountered a busier mailing facility than usual because of all the local residents who waited until the April 15 deadline to subm...

Easter vacationers, vehicle traffic flood Carbon County business establishments


Travelers returning from Moab and points south mob a local service station. In addition to gas stops, fast food outlets in Carbon County overflowed with travelers on Sunday as the Easter vacationers trekked back to the Wasatch Front from a long holi...

Utah Ranks at Top Of U.S. Bankruptcy Petition Chart


Utah workers battling to make financial ends meet are encountering more difficulties than faced last year.

Carbon County Students Graduate from Dare Program


Last Tuesday evening, the Drug Abuse Resistance Education program graduated 68 fifth graders from Castle Heights Elementary. The 17-week program was taught by Price City Officer Shane Henrie in cooperation with the Carbon CountySchool District. The D...

Federal Agency Transfers Deed to Former BLM Complex, Property to Price City


United States Bureau of Land Management Price field office manager Patrick Gubbins along with Mark Mackiewicz present Price Mayor Joe Piccolo with the deed to the federal agency's former complex and property in north Price. The deed will allow the Pr...

Sunnyside native authors book


Fred Civish browses through his newly published book, The Sunnyside War. Civish captured stories told by family and community members about the mining lifestyle in full swing at Sunnyside in the early 1900s. ...

Easter vehicle accident injures one


A motorcyclist trying to merge with traffic on Highway 6 off of Carbonville Road, was injured on Sunday morning.

West Nile Virus conference stirs questions


During last weeks teleconference that the Utah Department of Health put on concerning west Nile virus, a number of questions arose that people commonly ask about the disease, it's transmission and how to prevent it....

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