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Published June 10, 2004

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Dough Boy nearly ready to return to Peace Garden

Danny Blanton nears completion of revamp and repairs on the Dough Boy that was removed from the Price Peace Garden for renovation a few weeks ago. Damage by vandals and weathering had taken its toll on the statue which originally was put up in Hiawat...

Book sale success at Price Library

Linzee Terrell looks over a potential purchase during the annual inventory book sale the Price Library holds each year to get rid of older books. The books are often ones that have been deleted or are donations that can't be utilized. According to Pa...

Car safety and water top list of dangers for children's summer fun

Athena and Derick Robison enjoy an afternoon swimming at the Price City Desert Wave Pool. Adult supervision is key to preventing drownings. Although a child may know how to swim, a drowning can occur in a matter of seconds and through proper superv...

District may have to pay remainder of fitness equipment loan

Carbon High baseball coach Lane Herrick works out on some of the equipment brought in through the deal with the National School Fitness Foundation. While over 50 percent of the cost of the equipment has been paid by the foundation, the remainder of...

Primary to be held June 22

It's time for political hay and nothing denotes that better than primary elections like the one that will take place on June 22.

New ambulance garage plans cause concern for nearby residents

Grady McEvoy kneels by a wooden stake which has been supplanted by a metal capped stake next to it. He and his wife, Jeanne felt that when the metal stake appeared, things changed in the negotiations over the property line differences....

Missing boys body found on Ferron Mountain

A 14-year-old boy who has been missing since Feb. 19 was found on June 5 by three male teenage hikers on Ferron Mountain.

Carbon School District Update: Carbon sophomores show off basic academic skills

Results from this year's Utah Basic Skills Competency Test (UBSCT) are in and show 75 percent of Carbon School District sophomores passed all three sections on their first try....

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