|Published November 23, 2004|
Construction project concludes with statue gracing Main Street
Gary Prazen, Danny Blanton and David Blanton put the final touches on the Kokopelli statue on 100 West Main Street in Price. In an effort to enhance downtown and encourage more foot traffic, the County Restaurant Tax Committee purchased the statue ...
City tree comes from local home
Price City crews cut down a large pine Thursday morning for the city's Christmas celebration. The tree was donated by Karen Martino Basso, who said the tree was just getting too large for her yard. It only took a few minutes with Kent Jones manning t...
Hard work at Castle Heights Elementary school rewarded with limousine ride
Castle Heights students Nikell Tamllos, Tyden Gardner, Kellen Trujillo, Sarah Pugliese, J. D. Sanchez, Derick Tatton, Oscar Martinez, Mallory Bradley, Brecklyn Frame, Randy Sanchez, Jaci Cook, Tacia Klarich, and Kameron Saindon enjoy a limousine ride...
System provides victims, public access to offender information
Victim advocate Deborah Kobe and Carbon County Sheriff James Cordova sort through the options on the Victim Information and Notification Everyday website. Carbon County residents and victims of crime can go online or call 1-877-UT4-VINE to register...
PRWID Plans Watering Project
Price River Water Improvement District is currently in the processing of planning a stock watering project for parts of the county. But the endeavor will require adjustments because of concerns about a possible conflict of interest at the agency....
Public land access fees pass through Congress
An Ohio congressman with no public lands in his district pushed a measure through Congress to implement permanent access fees for recreation on all land managed by the Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and the...
Craft fair attracts local holiday shoppers
Mikayla, Kaylie and Nathaniel Metzger look at a display at Helper's craft fair Nov. 20 while their mother sorts through candle selections. Many Carbon County shoppers found the perfect holiday gifts at the two-day bazaar, which offered everything fro...
Lighthouse students, staff prepare Thanksgiving dinner
Lighthouse students, friends and family members enjoyed a full-course Thanksgiving dinner last Thursday. Staff and students prepared and served the meal to about 200 people. The center is housed in the Carbon School District building in Price. While...
Meeting highlights Land Management draft plan
To date, 50,000 comments have been received from across the nation as well as other countries concerning the United States Bureau of Land Management's draft resource management plan....
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