|Published April 20, 2004|
Relatives hear details about guard extension
Diane Randall expression was typical of many of the spouses, mothers, fathers, siblings and other relatives that attended a meeting with Major General Brian Tarbet at the Utah National Guard Armory in Price on Friday afternoon. The gathering was he...
Safety concerns bring council to close Helper pool for season
Helper City Councilman Bob Farrell demonstrates how the supports on dividers in the locker room at the Helper pool have rusted away, making the metal partitions unstable and dangerous....
Price council agrees to part with property
A $14,280 bid for the Miller Creek property was accepted by the Price City Council during Tuesday's bi-monthly meeting.
CEU Newspaper Receives Three Awards from the National 2004 Gold Circle Awards
The Columbia Scholastic Press Association's 21st Gold Circle Awards program, its annual competition for individual achievement by student writers, editors, designers and photographers, attracted 12,930 entries from colleges, universities and secondar...
Schools and health department promote Kindergarten Roundup
Royce Page takes an eye test with the assistance of Debbie Wells. The event was part of kindergarten registration at Wellington Elementary last Wednesday morning. Currently, schools throughout the district along with the Southeastern Utah Health De...
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