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Published December 2, 2004

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Local youth kick off festive season at tree trimming party


Kyle Morgan and Dyllon Diamond help kick off the festive season during a tree decorating party Tuesday at Zions Bank in Price. Members of the Castle Valley Center decorated the Christmas tree with homemade ornaments designed by the students. The you...

Commissioner addresses management change at animal shelter


Cats relax at the Carbon County Animal Shelter during the heat of last summer.

Future career prospects in coal mining improve


Underground workers Arlyn Williams and Denny Erickson prepare to go into the Andalex coal mine to start a shift. The coal mining profession frequently experiences growing or shrinking numbers due to slack markets and technology changes. Nationally,...

Pinnacle's proposal to add high school fails to receive state board recommendation


The proposal to expand Pinnacle Canyon Academy to include a high school failed to receive a recommendation from the Utah Charter School Board.

Public policy group study explores Utah jobless rate paradox


At the height of the national labor market boom in 2000, Utah's participation rate for all working age residents 16 years and older who were employed or looking for jobs registered at 74.7 percent....

Water line break gets kids out of class early


Mont Harmon students flood out of the junior high after school was released early due to a water line break. Workers should have the lines repaired in time for classes on Thursday....

from the past in Price


In the 1930s, trucks equipped with hoses and pumps represented state-of-the art fire equipment in the Price. The man with a cap on is Morgan King, who was the first electrician in Price. Volunteer fire fighters were the backbone of protection for th...

Performance of Handel's 'Messiah' scheduled Dec. 5 at Price auditorium


The 2004 performance of Handel's "Messiah" will be presented Dec. 5 at 7:30 p.m. at the Price Civic Auditorium.

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