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Published March 11, 2004

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Bus Accident on I-70 Injures 21 Passengers


Emery County ambulances stand by at Castleview Hospital in Price after delivering patients injured in Tuesday's Greyhound bus accident on I-70. Officialsindicate 13 passengers were brought to the local medical facility for treatment. All patients b...

Germinator arrives in Carbon County


Wendi Morales, a research assistant at University of Utah 's hospitals and clinics, displays decks of cards from the Germinator series.

Residents tackle work, anticipate play


Eight-year-old Cody Davis gets assistance from his father and a Pinnacle Sports salesman while trying on a new pair of cleats. The youth registered to participate in his first season with Western Boys Baseball Assocation (WBBA) Little League. Davis w...

Ferc Issues Notice on Questar Project


The United States Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has issued an environmental assessment notice of intent in connection with Questar Pipeline Company's proposed southern system expansion project....

Proposed road project discussed at Nine Mile advisory group session


Proposed road improvements around the Hunter rock art panel in Cottonwood Canyon appear to be in the works.

City visionary award goes to Larsen


Price Mayor Joe Piccolo presented the cities Visionary Service Leader Award to Dr. Clyde Larsen on Feb. 25 for his contributions to the community.

Small businesses to benefit with low interest rates


Weak employment data reported on March 5 will further delay any monetary tightening moves by the Federal Reserve. Financial markets had expected the Fed to raise its key short-term interest rate, the federal funds rate, from its current 46-year low ...

Stop Program Moves Ahead in Carbon County


A couple of months ago Georgina Nowak of the Southeastern Utah Health District and April Durrant of the Local Interagency Council (LIC) approached the Carbon County Commission and the Price City Council about a campaign they had set up called STOP (S...

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