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Published July 24, 2003

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Painter braves hot July temperatures to complete chore

Tony Ashdown applies paint to the underside of the new drive-up canopy currently under construction at Zions Bank located on Carbon Avenue in Price. The construction project at the facility is progressing, but the members of the work crews are reliev...

Construction crews, heavy equipment demolish district's landmark school building

Construction crews and heavy equipment operations focus on toppling the old county high school annex building. Track hoes and men with hoses moved toward the crumbling structure to control the dust created by the demolition project Monday morning. C...

Counties Question Matheson Vote on RS-2477 Funding Bill

During a Wednesday press conference, commissioners from five Utah counties questioned the vote cast last week by Congressman Jim Matheson on a United States Department of the Interior appropriations bill....

Helper mayor, council address current conditions at cemetery

During a July 17 council meeting, Helper officials addressed concerns regarding the current conditions at the city's cemetery.

Task force continues war to curb Internet crimes against youth

The Internet represents an effective resource that can enhance children's education.

Four Price council positions open for election in 2003

Four of the five seats on the Price City Council will be decided at the election booths in the fall.

Emergency personnel respond to two accidents on Tuesday

Tuesday brought two injury car accidents to Carbon County.

Highway patrol officers retire tattered flag

Utah Highway Patrol officers, Jason Marshall, Dave Brinkerhoff and Larry Mower lower a worn American flag. The flag was displaying signs of wear and tear and was retired during an appropriate ceremony July 17 at the Westwood Karate School. It is impo...

Signed tarp sent to Iraq

Members of the Future Business Leaders of America organization from East Carbon High School display a tarp which they signed and sent to Iraq. The banner was sent to Kyle Behling who has been serving in Iraq for the past several months as a Sea Bea i...

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