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Published May 22, 2003

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Construction phase on Spring Canyon Trail extension project nears completion

County road crews focus on paving an extension of the Spring Canyon Trail on Tuesday in preparation for heavy summer use. Carbon County and Helper city plan to connect the canyon trail with the Price River Parkway so residents can use the pathways w...

Elementary students celebrate 1950s

Malyn Brady enjoys a rootbeer float during Creekview Elementary's 1950s celebration. Students dressed in poodle skirts and T-shirts to celebrate the event as authentic cars lined the school parking lot. ...

Measuring consumption levels gauges compliance to water laws

The gaging station near Soldiers Summit is one of more than 100 facilities located along streams in Utah. Originally manually read, many stations are now automated and stream flow information is posted on the Internet....

Tunnel collapses, traps Price youth

For several local youth, the playing in dirt pastime turned dangerous last Sunday afternoon as the friends were digging tunnels at Mead's Wash in north Price.

Revenue projections forecast Utah deficit

The state's latest tax revenue projections indicate Utah currently faces a $25 million to $31 million budget shortfall.

City unveils new website

Price city information systems specialists, Tam Gregerson and Brett Cammans look at the computer screen that shows the front page of the city's new web site. The site was unveiled last week following many weeks of programming and networking....

Carbon County students participate at international science fair competition

Christine Bedont, from Mont Harmon Junior High, discusses her project with an interested party attending the recent science fair. Bedont and five Carbon County School District students attended the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in ...

Postal service issues mailbox guidelines

Rural mailboxes are a common sight in America, but often they become damaged or broken either due to accidents or vandalism. The Postal service encourages owners of boxes to keep them in good repair....

Check out automobile before traveling

Regardless of the age of the automobile, owners should check out their vehicles before going on summer weekend trips. Particularly pay attention to cracked fan belts, worn tires and small problems that could quickly become big ones....

Watering pets is a must

A young donkey stands in a field filled with fresh grass. Pet owners are reminded to not only provide animals with adequate food, but also plenty of water. As the weather continues to heat up, all pets will require more water than ever. In order to p...

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