|Published October 19, 2004|
Crews refurbish lines on city streets, highways across county
An operator and road line painting machine work on 100 South in Price last Thursday. Crews are painting lines on city, county and state roads in preparation for winter weather, when drivers need the refurbished guides to travel along the streets and ...
UDOT Personnel Inspect Overpass on 100 North in West Price
Utah Department of Transportation personnel inspect the overpass on 100 North in west Price for damage associated with exposure to the weather, ground movement and daily traffic burden....
Association of local governments opposes bill, fee demo program
Hiker Brent Turner walks down the high switchbacks at the Timpanogos Peak climb in the mountains above Provo. This hiking location is included in a fee area that was begun with the 1996 Recreation Fee Demonstration Program. A new bill could make th...
Reviewing first two constitutional amendments
Many people discuss the Constitution of the United States continually, particularly the Bill of Rights. But many people may forget that states have individual constitutions.
School board discusses bus matters, insurance fee for theatre production
The Carbon County Board of Education voted to allow Castle Valley Community Theatre to forgo the waiver of the insurance fee for the group's production of "Grease" at Mont Harmon Junior High in November. ...
Price City hosts energy wise workshop
Cris Peterson is the Energy Marketing/Home Energy Rating Systems Coordinator.
Titanic expert comes to Price to speak
Mark Lach, an well know expert on the Titanic will speak at CEU on Thursday.
Three graduate from Carbon County adult drug court
The Carbon County Adult Drug Court celebrates three graduates. Christina Gordon, Christy Icenhower and Lindsey Ponzini all recently graduated from the program with the help of Judge Scott Johansen, Michele Ardohain, Michele Butkovich and Jake Barnett...
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