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Published April 27, 2004

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Highway crews installing traffic lights on freeway ramps at west entrance into Price

Utah Department of Transportation employees work on the installation of traffic signal lights on the freeway ramps at the west entrance into Price. Motorists were redirected on 100 North as the crews hooked up the signal lights to control traffic com...

Iraq war veteran discusses battlefield experiences with youth

United States Army Captain Daine Olson fields a question from a student at Peterson Elementary last Thursday. Olson recently returned from serving more than a year in the combat zones in Iraq. The Carbon County native has been in the U.S. Army for se...

Construction continues on local eatery

Construction continues at the site of a new eating establishment on Price's Main Street. Crews were completing the foundation and water system lines for the Sonic drive in on Monday. The general contractor feels framing on the building between 300 an...

Commission awards restaurant tax funds

Carbon lawmakers awarded county restaurant tax money to applicants during last week's commission meeting.

Helper council approves water, electrical power rate resolutions

On April 15, the Helper Council passed two resolutions that will change city supplied utility rates for local residents.

Carbon reports declining unemployment

Carbon County's unemployment rate registered at 6.8 percent in March.

Arrowmen Hold 'Conclave'

Scouts Nathan Woods, Allan Anderson, Jerid Clark, and Darryl Berry. Leaders included Ken Thayn, Mike Keller, Joe Patterson, and Doug Hall.

Deputy retires from county's law enforcement department

Commissioners Bill Krompel and Mike Milovich present a retirement plaque to Dave Vincent. The longtime deputy recently decided to retire from the Carbon County Sheriff's Office....

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