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Published May 27, 2003

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Memorial Weekend Accidents Plague Area, Spanish Fork Man Dies in U.S. 6 Mishap

Memorial Day traffic accidents pagued the local area, resulting in personal injuries and one fatality.

Wright Flyer replica tours Utah, stops at local elementary

Kevin and Haley Shiner sit at the controls of the Wright Flyer. The duplicate airplane of the Wright Brothers first flying machine was constructed by Utah State University students....

Commission approves tax advisory panel resolution

Two weeks ago, Carbon officials accepted public input about the possibility of changing how restaurant and transient room taxes are utilized within the county.

Five-year drought cycle impacts Utah's economy

Utah's five-year drought cycle is having a significant economic impact statewide.

Workforce services anticipates moderate job growth in county

Total employment in Utah will increase from 1,353,800 positions in 2000 to about 1,508,310 jobs in 2005.

Carbon County residents remember loved ones

Two Carbon County residents pay their respects to a loved one who has passed away. Each year during a Memorial Day celebration, white crosses and American flags are put on display in memory of the veterans who have lost their lives and once resided i...

Travel council goes out to prove that 29 counties in 24 hours is possible

Alan Rindlesbacher, Ted Sandstrom, Erik Sandstrom, Chuck Schell and Gerry Pond stand in front of the SUV they were using last weekend to traverse all 29 counties in the state in 24 hours. The trip was the brain child of Rindlesbacher who was so enti...

Keeping local streets clean

A Price city street sweeping truck cruises down Carbon Avenue keeping the city streets free from debris. Although services such as this one are in place throughout the county, residents are reminded to do their part in keeping the community clean. By...

McEvoy named newest city council member

When Elizabeth Kourianos resigned from the Price City Council on April 25, no one knew who was interested in filling the position or who would be selected once those interested did apply....

Local residents urged to fight mosquito bites

This past weekend marked the beginning of the annual summer vacation season. More Utahns will be spending time outdoors and the chance of getting mosquito bites will increase therefore, the risk of becoming infected with West Nile virus will also inc...

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