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Published November 20, 2003

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National reading month celebrated at local schools


Mary Frandsen, Miss Carbon County, reads some holiday books to children at Sally Mauro Elementary as part of the celebration of November as National Reading Month. Frandsen has been providing many types of public service in the community and will con...

Cancer tree to be given away through donations


Mary Dickerson, LaVonna Robirts and Sophie Hayes decorate the American Cancer Society Tree which will be given away on Saturday at 4 p.m. in the Helper Auditorium, where it is on display. The tree and the ornaments which were donated by local busines...

Power outage causes confusion


The on again, off again power in Price on Monday caused a lot of problems with traffic. All the signals in town went down and many motorists forgot that when a signal is off they need to treat a formerly automated crossroads as a four way stop as the...

CEU Employees Hear They May Face Benefit and Compensation Changes


Employees who work at the College of Eastern Utah have enjoyed relatively no-cost health insurance for years, but that could be changing with the next fiscal year they were told by the president of the college, Ryan Thomas, at a meeting last week....

New water systems set back by higher costs


The new water systems for areas of Carbonville and Wellington were put on temporary hold Tuesday evening when the bids contractors submitted were higher than had been expected. All in all 11 bids were received by the Price River Water Improvement Dis...

East Carbon police chief addresses Sunnyside council


East Carbon Police Chief Sam Leonard is apprehensive that the promotion of the new Sunnyside police department is coming at the expense of the ECPD.

Cpr Knowledge Saves Life Of Friend


Trisha Mower and Lisa Peirce are pictured with a large plaque recognizing Mower for her quick thinking and CPR skills that saved Peirce's life back in May. The Citizen's Commendation medal was presented to Mower by the State of Utah Department of ...

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