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Published July 22, 2003

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Seven victims injured when vehicle rolls down embankment on Fairgrounds Road

Emergency personnel assist at the scene of a single vehicle traffic accident last Wednesday afternoon on Fairgrounds Road.

Wellington, county celebrate July 24th

Cameron and Bailey Saccomano enjoy the view from a float during the Wellington July 24th parade. Following the event, activities were conducted at the city park and a rodeo concluded Wellington's Pioneer Days celebration on July 19. ...

Initial development plan connected Scofield, Gooseberry dams

Remnants of the first Scofield dam stand approximately 800 feet upstream from the present structure, completed in 1946. The old dam, built in 1926, was a failure almost from the beginning due primarily to inadequate engineering and ground preparati...

Utah workforce service agency compiles state, national economic data

Carbon County's jobless rate climbed to 8 percent last month, while statewide unemployment decline one percentage point to 5.2 percent in June.

PRWID Panel Revisits Hill Subdivision Project

At the Price River Water Improvement District's last meeting, the subject of the Hill subdivision water system was broached again by board members.

Packards cross America to celebrate 100 anniversary

"Old Pacific" was only the second vehicle to cross America 100 years ago and its trip wound through Utah and Price. And now, 100 years later an anniversary re-run found Old Pacific II in Price last week to celebrate the anniversary....

Boy trainers take on colt

Shel Guymon standing by a colt and Tony Vasquez in the distance, have both taken on the task of training the little horse. Guymon's grandpa, Dobie Guymon says that he just didn't have time so the two boys took it on themselves to teach the colt, name...

Sunday afternoon storm catches county residents by surprise

Cars were splashing through the water near West Park in Price on Sunday afternoon as the road became flooded by the large amounts of rain that came down during a thunderstorm that dumped eight tenths of an inch of water on Carbon's county seat. Other...

U.S. Committee Favors Funding Utah Projects

Last week, the United States Senate' appropriations committee approved two spending bills containing allocations of more than $60 million to fund Utah agriculture and energy projects....

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