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Published June 22, 2004

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Library Program Allows Youngsters to Share Reading Experiences with Paws Pets


Kylee Tanner reads to Murphy the dog and the animal's owner, Nancy Bentley, during a weekly program sponsored by the Price City Library. Every Wednesday afternoon, Carbon County children visit the library and the youth participating in the literacy p...

UDOT Authorizes Hauling Company to Transport Transformer Through Indian Canyon


UDOT and a Salt Lake hauling company prepare to transport a 311,000 pound transformer on U.S. 191 through Indian Canyon to the Bonzana power plant in northeastern Utah. The transformer was shipped to Price by rail from Mexico. Two semi-trucks were us...

County experiences struggling economy


Carbon County's economy continued to struggle throughout 2003, as local employment opportunities fell by 3.5 percent for the year.

Price city recognized with national award


Price has been chosen as the best city in Utah with a population of less than 10,000 by the Pat Summerall Champions of Industry 300 program.

Utah Foundation analyzes state's tax policies


Utah's tax system is fairly typical in relying on a balance of property, income and sales assessments.

Utah voting encouraged despite group's objections


Attorney General Mark Shurtleff said he wants Utahns to know they will be allowed to go to the polls this Tuesday even if someone challenges their right to vote. The issue was raised after a group threatened to make people prove they are U.S. citizen...

DWS Official Forecasting Continued Steps Toward Economic Recovery in '04


As 2004 progresses, Utah should continue to witness the state's first steps toward economic recovery in the form of employment gains.

Tax watchdog questions open space tax initiative


County clerks at various locations across Utah are counting signatures to determine whether supporters of an initiative have gathered an adequate number of signatures to place a tax increase on the November 2004 ballot....

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