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Published June 17, 2003

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Carbon County community celebrates Flag Day at ceremony at Price Peace Garden

Charlie Cummins bows his head in silent thought during the Flag Day ceremony last Saturday at the Price Peace Garden. Cummins was was one of six local Boy Scout members participating in the flag presentation at the June 14 celebration. The event inc...

Two victims injured in accident on 100 North

Emergency personnel and ambulance crews assist at the scene of last Thursday's traffic accident on 100 North in Price. The June 12 collision sent two injured victims to the hospital for medical treatment. The two-vehicle mishap forced some drivers ...

Area hosts cop, canine officer training

Iron County deputies Tony Gower and Jeff Malcom act as the bad guys at the police dog competition last week in Price. Law enforcement representatives and canine partners from across the state traveled to Carbon County to participate in the Utah peace...

Price officials wrestle with city building issue

Price city building inspection came under fire last week as the council discussed downsizing the department.

Southeast basins supply water for compact

Utah is divided by the United State Geological Survey (USGS) and the state division of water resources into 11 drainage basins.

Carbon County contractors urged to take caution near electical lines

Price city crews work on a power line near Castleview Hospital last summer. Local workers are reminded to avoid any contact with overhead or underground lines in order to prevent serious injury....

Small enteprenuers make a big business splash

While most kids try to sell lemonade at stands during the summer, Kayley Boyden and Hayley Taylor had a different idea to pass those hot summer days. They decided to keep Carbon County residents cool by selling water balloons for 25 cents a piece. It...

Old truck row displays itself in Spring Glen

There are those that think old vehicles sitting around are an ugly site, but to those who value the motoring industry they can be beauty to the eye. This set of trucks just off of Blue Hill Dairy Road are examples of work horses that have long past t...

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