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Published October 14, 2003

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Local motorist injured when vehicle rolls near Wellington

Rescue personnel assist at the scene of an Oct. 13 single vehicle accident near Wellington which injured a local woman. The car was reportedly traveling eastbound when the vehicle veered off the road to the left, taking out a fence and nearly hittin...

Fair participants train for emergencies

A young man escapes from Price City Fire Department's training structure during the community emergency preparedness fair last Thursday. Hundreds of adults and children attended the event. Particpants had opportunities to visit with professionals abo...

Students practice fire safety drill

East Carbon fire department training officer Earl Halton demonstrates emergency equipment for second graders at Peterson Elementary in Sunnyside on Oct. 10. Firefighters from East Carbon and Sunnyside spent the day teaching the students safety tech...

School board discusses federal no child left behind guidelines

The Carbon County Board Education viewed a long presentation by the district staff during regular meeting last Wednesday and found that adhering to President George Bush's no child left behind act will not be an easy task, primarily because the progr...

Officials conduct gun range scoping session

For proponents of a Carbon gun range as well as local officials dealing with the approval process, last Thursday was a long day.

Price City Council considers relocating garden for food bank

The Carbon County Food Bank created a community garden last spring on land donated by members of a local family.

Bailey visits town to speak to kids

Former Utah Jazz forward, Thurl Bailey, was in Carbon county last Thursday talking to students at many of the grade and junior high schools. Bailey was also on hand for the ribbon cutting of Party Express, a new business in Price's downtown district....

Moms club involves lots of kids and curiosity

This rock art near Sunnyside will be on one of the field trips that the URARA is taking this weekend.

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