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Published February 15, 2005

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Electrical fire forces employees to evacuate building, closes workforce services offices


Emergency personnel assist at the scene of a fire at the Utah Department of Workforce Services in Price on Feb. 10. An electrical fire in the basement of the building forced employees from the offices Wednesday afternoon. Employees in the building at...

Project organizers slate May 1 as target date for unveiling of Utahraptor statute


Prehistoric museum curator Reese Barrick checks out the Utahraptor's mouth where a tongue will soon be inserted. The life-sized raptor will be placed on the corner of 100 North 100 East in Price. The bronze is being created by artist Gary Prazen, Bar...

Pioneer Park hosts Winterfest activities


Winterfest snowmen attract the attention of Anthony and Sage Behling at Pioneer Park on Saturday. Price city officials were initially concerned that there would not be enough snow for the specially planned event. But Mother Nature cooperated with the...

Board Of Education Votes to Reappoint Ccsd Superintendent


At a Carbon County Board of Education meeting last Wednesday, David Armstrong was reappointed as the school district's superintendent following an executive session.

Price Council Approves IPP Power Agreements


In a council meeting last Wednesday, Price city officials approved agreements to participate in Intermountain Power Project's third plant near Delta.

Wellington Questions PRWID's Water Rates


The differences in water rates charged by Price River Water Improvement District was the main topic of discussion at the Wellington City Council meeting on Feb. 9.

U.S. Court Reaffirms Verdict in Castle Gate Prep Plant Case


A United States appellate court has rendered a ruling in a case filed by the United Mine Workers of America involving the currently defunct Castle Gate coal preparation plant. ...

Snowstorm or not, ice fishing goes on


Two ice fishermen return from dangling lines in the cold water at Scofield Reservoir on Saturday. Ice fishing is a winter long event at Scofield, and whether the weather provides blue skies or a snowy landscape with squalls as it did this weekend, th...

Snowy street guarded by vigilant sentinal


This dog in Scofield obviously thinks he owns the road or at least is very comfortable with it. He sat in the road while cars drove around him for some time then he finally got up and wandered off. Must have been time for a dog bone....

District, college symphonies present concert


Members of a Carbon School District Symphonic Band prepare for a concert to be presented with the College of Eastern Utah Wind Symphony on Feb. 17 at the CEU Geary Theatre.

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