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Published June 8, 2004

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Canal gets work from Price city crews to shore up sides


Price city crews were on the spot on Thursday morning as they began to reconstruct canal banks and widen the stream in places where it was obstructed in an area across from Mont Harmon Junior High. Neighbors had become alarmed by the condition of the...

Picketers rally at weekend barbecue


Picketers of the Co-op mine gathered together at Huntington Park on June 5 for a rally and barbecue to celebrate the rapidly approaching end to discussions regarding the Sept. 22 labor dispute at the mine. Displaced workers and their families enjoyed...

Hydrant gives way and causes flood in local trailer park


A fire hydrant broke loose on Carbonville Road about 6:30 a.m. on Thursday morning, sending a torrent of water into Pillings Trailer Park. The water damaged one house's basement and put water under some trailers . One side of the park had over a foot...

Aspen Cove residents approach county with questions about security, services


This section of road traverses the distance between the boy scout camp on the west side of Scofield Reservoir and the entrance to Aspen Cove Subdivision. The state says the county owns it and the county says the state owns it. Aspen Cove residents ...

Local zoning panel endorses change in compressor station


The last several weeks have been important times for Nine Mile Canyon.

PRWID Records Confirm Increasing Water Consumption Levels in Carbon County Area


The Price River Water Improvement District revealed figures on the agency's water production at a meeting of the board of directors last week. The data show, despite a decreasing population in the county, water use has grown almost every year since ...

Local World War II Veterans Head Off to Washington D.C. for Dedication


It was an early-in-the-morning departure for veterans headed off to Washington D.C. for the World War II Memorial dedication that took place May 29. In on the May 27, 5:30 a.m. trip were Bob Strong, Bill Callor, Jim Simone, Gene House, Guy Adams, Gar...

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