|Published July 29, 2003|
Logs serve as ideal material to construct unique entryway
Dave Smith secures a 22-foot log onto an 18- foot tall entrance structure. After receiving a permit to cut down three trees, Smith transported the logs to his south Price storage facility, where he lifted the poles to form an entrance way into the si...
Construction crews, equipment remove inactive railroad tracks from Price city street
Construction crew members and heavy equipment operators concentrate on tearing up the old railroad tracks crossing 100 West at approximately 100 South in Price earlier in the month. The railroad no longer runs train cars along the two sets of old t...
Government, recreation agencies discuss community center concept
A group of interested government, tourism and recreation officials gathered last Monday to discuss the concept of Carbon County and Price city constructing a community center....
County prepares to start preliminary Carbonville Road work
Last year, the county commission conducted a meeting to discuss the rehabilitation of Carbonville Road. A number of issues were addressed and property owners along the road had a chance to sign rights of ways....
Price explores options to curb irrigation costs
During a July 23 presentation to the Price officials, councilman Richard Tatton outlined a concept that could save the city money in irrigation costs.
Local officers receive recognition for service
Adult Probation and Parole regional administrator, Scott Henrie presents Carbon County Sheriff deputies Tory Christiansen and Chris Basso; Price city police officer, Dave Cartwright and local probation and parole agent, Jeff Wood with silver medal of...
Local family announces arrival of fifth generation youngster
Great-great-grandmother Mary Jensen cuddles fifth generation infant Hunter Yazzie. John Jensen is the great-grandfather, Michael Jensen is the grandfather and the baby's mother is Tawna Jensen Yazzie....
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