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Published February 10, 2005

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DWR Informs County about Possible Property Purchase

The fireplace and benches in the old Kenilworth park are in disrepair. Residents, with the help of a gas exploration company, want to revamp the park and approached the commission last Wednesday about the property....

Grade schoolers send cookie Valentines

Mason Gallegos puts his Valentine's message on a cookie Tuesday afternoon at Sally Mauro Elementary. The activity was part of the Pro-Care LIC afterschool program. The Sally Mauro afterschool program is led by Vista volunteer Amy Jones. Students part...

Castle Valley florists preparing to handle Valentine's holiday rush on Monday

Danielle Gale of Price Floral puts the finishing touches on an early Valentine's Day bouquet of roses. For florists, Feb. 14 is one of the busiest business days of the year. The businesses bring in dozens of extra flowers and extra help to get throug...

East Carbon Applies to CIB for Money to Fund City Sewer Pond Project

East Carbon has applied for money from the Utah Permanent Community Impact Board to revamp the city's sewer lagoons west of town.

Identity theft crimes continuing to escalate

Identify theft continues to pose a mounting law enforcement concern at locations across the nation and the state.

Shrove Tuesday starts Lenten season, pancake dinner garners support from residents

Don Polster and Dave Rich prepare the mix for hundreds of pancakes to serve residents attending the Shrove dinner at the Ascension St. Matthews Church on Tuesday. Proceeds will be donated to the Tsunami Relief Fund. Shrove Tuesday is the beginning of...

Price goes 'Red for Women' to fight heart disease, stroke

A third of all Utah women die from the diseases; more are disabled

Sign warns drivers of possible hazard, but where are the trucks?

It may say there is a truck crossing on this road, but there hasn't been one for some time based on how the snow looks. This road leads to the old town of Sweets in the Consumers area. It is not used during the winter, but the warning signs remain de...

Uwma Applauds Labor Relations Board Decision about Voter Eligibility at Co-op

Richard Rosenblat, attorney for United Mine Workers of America, discusses legal issues with representatives from C.W. Mining Co., Carl Kingston, lawyer, and Charles Reynolds, personnel manager, at a labor hearing in Price last July....

Pair retire from search and rescue

Carbon County Sheriff James Cordova along with Carbon County Search and Rescue commander Frank Publiese, stand with Bill Burton and Gary Lyon, who are retiring from the search and rescue service. Both men have served over 25 years with the search and...

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