|Published February 12, 2004|
Construction work continues on Price-Wellington widening
Construction workers use a pneumatic hammer to drive fence poles in along the expanding Highway 6 between Price and Wellington on Tuesday afternoon. The project, one of six in the corridor through Carbon County this year, is moving along with utility...
Legislative session heats up as budget matters approach
With bills aplenty to consider in both the House and the Senate at the legislature, local representatives from the Carbon County area do have their focus' especially when it comes to things that will affect their area of representation....
PRWID Attempts to Deal with Deficit on Past Sewer Project
For any government entity, the complexity of projects can often extend early estimations on both cost and completion dates.
County releases statistics for 2003
In a report to the Carbon County Planning Commission, the staff of the agency outlined building growth and permits that were issued during the last year.
Presidential primary on tap for February 24
In 2000 Utah held it's first ever primary dealing with a presidential election. The results of the statewide election determined the percentage of delegates each presidential candidate received from Utah at national conventions for both the Republica...
Going red gets attention
For your heart, your health, your life. Go Red for Women is the American Heart Association's national call for women to take charge of their heart health, and live stronger, longer lives. Talia Valdez-Martinez is taking charge of her heart health b...
Non-traditional Students Find Home on CEU Campus
College dignitaries, faculty, staff and a crowd of students (non-traditional and traditional) celebrated the opening of the Non-Traditional Student Center with a ribbon--cutting ceremony and open house on Jan. 28....
City reveals changes to council
Price City recently changed the responsibilities of council members.
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