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Published September 30, 2003

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Water improvement district's sewer project moving along, despite mud


Construction workers continue to dig trenches along 750 North to install a sewer line for residents in the area. The traffic on the street has been badly disrupted at times, with crews having to route vehicles around the work to other roadways. The m...

Co-op Miners Walk Off Job, Participate in UMWA Rally at Price


Co-Op coal mine employee and Price resident Allison Kennedy participates in the UMWA rally at Washington Park.

Government sector stabilizes economy


Throughout 2002, Utah posted negative employment. But as the year progressed, the negative rates improved, steadily climbing closer toward a zero percent expansion threshhold....

Pro-care manages to survive chopping block


Last year, President George Bush proposed a $400 million budget cut. When the cut was enacted to eliminate many of the after school programs in the United States, few realized what it would do locally in Carbon County....

CEU Sun Center Hosts State Contingency


CEU Sun Center director Kathy Murray, Romer Ferrer from the Phillipines, the America Reads project chairperson, SUN Center President Amy Callor and Jed Lloyd, student body president hold the "Get A LIFE" poster....

Museum and volunteer honored by historical group


Helper city councilman Kirk Mascaro, Utah State Historical Society Director Phillip F. Notarianni, Museum volunteer Madge Tomsic and Western Mining and Railroad Museum director SueAnn Martell display the award....

Former councilwoman honored with Woman of Achievement award


Earlier this summer Theressa Frandsen was honored with the Woman of Achievement award. In 1981, Theressa. 0. Frandsen became the first woman to be on the Price City Council. During her 14 and 1/2 years serving as a council woman she helped accomplish...

Rizzuto honored at CEU


Frank Rizzuto, who is deceased, was honored at the CEU gathering last weekend. His brother Art Rizzuto accepted the plaque on his behalf but the article that appeared in last Thursday's Sun Advocate did not indicate this. Frank Rizzuto graduated from...

Explosive device disrupts East Carbon High homecoming


On Sept. 19, Sunnyside police officer Kelly Maynes responded to a report of a pipe bomb at East Carbon High School. With assistance from local emergency personnel, Maynes evacuated the school and a search was conducted for other explosives. No other...

Twenty-one horses test positive for WNV


There have been 21 horses that have tested positive for West Nile in Utah since the virus was first confirmed in the state on Aug. 15.

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