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Published November 9, 2004

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Youth welcome holiday season with gingerbread men, annual bazaar


Malaki Bernstein of Price concentrates on getting the eyes of his gingerbread man precise at the Methodist dinner and bazaar on Nov. 6. Bernstein was one of many children who spent the afternoon making gingerbread men. The Methodist Christmas bazaar ...

Truck, crane topple over while attempting to move towers at Helper train yard


An A-1 Rental truck lies on its side after toppling over in Helper on Nov. 3. The truck was attempting to move towers in the Helper railroad yard when the weight of the crane offset its balance. The truck was being operated by S & S contractors out o...

Curbing accident risks associated with cell phones


Most Carbon County residents benefit from the convenience of cell phones.

Plan to construct joint library gathers momentum in county


CEU students prepare for classes using the tools available at the school's library. The combined resources of the proposed joint library would give CEU students, along with Carbon County residents, access to more materials and technology than the i...

Christman accepts job opportunity, resigns position on Price council


Price Councilman Joe Christman has resigned from city office effective Oct. 31, leaving an available seat for appointment.

Orangeville Motorist Dies in U.S. 6 Collision


A two-vehicle traffic accident near Soldier Summit last Friday claimed the life of an Orangeville man and the law enforcement investigation into the incident resulted in the arrest of an Arizona motorist on an automobile homicide charge....

Santa's workshop opens downtown


Helping out at Santa's Workshop at the JC Penney location in downtown Price is Ashley Moncada of Price.

Blast from the past opens Thursday


Roger (Kelton Wells) finds himself in a bind when the gang leaves him alone with his jeans down around his ankles.

Halloween coloring contest winners


Winners of the recent Downtown Alive coloring contest were named last week. First place winners were Taylor Phillips (7-12 ages), Autumn (4-6 ages), and Jordon Lupo, (three and younger)....

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