|Published June 19, 2003|
Fire crews extinguish burning brush, prevent damage in Westwood neighborhood
Price city fire fighter Leonard Miller focuses on extinguishing burning brush with a shovel while Carbon County fire warden Rudy Sandoval gathers hose to douse the flames with water. The brush fire broke out Tuesday afternoon near several homes in th...
State laws prohibit animal cruelty acts
Nine-week-old Bosco stares out the window of a vehicle, waiting for his owner to return. It is a fairly common scene in Carbon County to find animals locked inside hot vehicles without water. Residents should remember that careless acts may be cons...
Lawmakers review road, access issues
The Price River flows from Scofield Reservoir through Carbon County, supplying water to treatment plants and irrigation canals or ditches. Early Utah settlers basically had free gratis to water from nearby rivers and streams. But when settlers mov...
Company attempting to secure exploration rights near Nine Mile
The debate regarding gas and oil exploration frequently becomes heated, with environmentalists on one side and development proponents on the other.
Tough-image bikers also protectors of children
BACA members planning the big summer gathering in Price include Nick Pantalakis and Brenda Haycock on the bike, along with Chris and Katherine Cahoon, Tom and Caroline Barrington, Karl Kraync, Lisa and Travis Burge, and Tommy Jones....
Blanton honored with national award
Blanton along with Richard Bissell, scoutmaster for troop 855, Mike Keller, principal at the Castle Valley Center, and Joe Patteson, representing BSA.
A Family Tradition Of Scouting
The Stout brothers pose with their newest Eagle Scout.
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