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Published July 22, 2004

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Authorities arrest suspect in Helper bank robbery incident

Richard Boyden of the Price Police Department and Steve Salas of the Utah Highway Patrol with his search dog Claudio search the Price River Parkway in Helper Tuesday morning for suspects after a local bank was robbed....

Preparing youth to enroll in school

Four-year-old Makenna Jennings bravely gets an immunization at the Southeastern Utah Health District office in Price.

National Labor Relations Board conducts Co-op vote hearing at Price

Richard Rosenblatt, an attorney for the United Mine Workers of America, talks with Carl Kingston, the representation for the CW Mining Company, just before proceedings started at the Carbon County Courthouse....

Residents approach Price council with graffiti, skate park concerns

Several youth practice skateboarding moves at the park in northeast Price. Local freestyle bikers are petitioning the Price City Council to allow bikes on the skateboarding park. The suggestion introduced by the group will be researched by Price o...

Range Creek Dilemma

When Clarence Pilling found some figurines at the back of a cave on a ranch he owned in Range Creek in 1950 little did he realize the fire storm that other artifacts that existing in the canyon would cause over 50 years later....

Truck collides with mailbox on Carbonville Road

A truck collided with a mailbox while travelling on Carbonville Road Wednesday morning. One injury was sustained. Drivers should always be attentive behind the wheel and avoid distracting activities....

Driving range closed Monday, Tuesday after heavy rains leave debris behind

Carbon Country Club golf course maintainance crews scrape rocks and debris off the driving range after Sunday's heavy rains. The range had to be closed Monday and Tuesday as crews were balancing their time with the damage caused on the course. The wa...

County planning board considers road issues

Carbon County has developed a general policy over the last few years not to accept responsibility or title to roads from developers or private parties unless they are paved. However, that policy came into question before the Planning and Zoning boa...

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