|Published January 6, 2004|
City recorder administers oath of office to new, incumbent Price council members
Price council members Joe Christman, Jeanne McEvoy, Richard Tatton and Stephen Denison take the oath of office during a ceremony last Friday. Price recorder Joanne Lessar conducted the ceremony, presented at the city hall....
Two Injured in Accident on U.S. 6
Emergency personnel focus on clearing damaged vehicles, large pipe and debris from U.S. Highway 6 following a traffic accident on New Years Eve. The mishap involved four vehicles, including a tractor-trailer hauling the pipe. Two people were trans...
County welcomes '04 New Year's baby
Kristy Lange cuddles her newborn son, Alex J., several hours after the tiny infant's birth at Castleview Hospital. Alex was the first Carbon County baby born in 2004, surprising his parents Billy Joe and Kristy Lange when he showed up over two weeks ...
Remaining vaccine reserved for youth
The last of the flu vaccine sits inside a refrigerator at the main office of the Southeastern Utah Health District in downtown Price. The only local residents who will be receiving the remaining vaccine are children younger than the age of 9 who need...
Charter schools pass yearly progress scale
Last year, Sutherland Institute released a report stating that "the authority to make education decisions for children rests primarily and supremely with parents."
County pondering easement request
During a pre-New Year's public meeting, Carbon commissioners pondered the potential effects of supporting a conservation easement request on property near Clear Creek .
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