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Published February 24, 2005

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Officials search for phantom train mishap victim

Carbon County Sheriff's Deputy Roy Robinson and Chief Deputy Guy Adams look over a bridge in Carbonville searching for the supposed victim of a train-pedestrian accident on Wednesday morning. On Tuesday night just after 11 p.m. both the conductor and...

UDOT Slates March 8 Public Hearings on U.S. 6 Impact Statement

UDOT snowplows platoon to clear U.S. Highway 6 just south of Helper during Tuesday mornings snow storm. The highway, which is the main artery for traffic through the area, has been under scrutiny for years and presently UDOT is working on a master ...

BLM Processes Public Comments on Proposed RMP

Ruth McCoard sits at her desk amongst the over 3,000 comment letters that were sent to the BLM on paper concerning the Price BLM offices DRMP that was released last year. McCoard says that the agency received nearly 60,000 total comments, the vast ...

PRWID Endorses Wellington City's Payment Schedule

Wellington and Price River Water Improvement District have resolved an ongoing issue regarding the city's delinquent payments.

Helen Oliveto Smith honored as grand marshal

Helen Oliveto Smith will act as grand marshal of the Price City St. Patrick's Day parade. Smith is a life-long volunteer in many organizations and an active member of the downtown business community....

Collection on Loan to CEU Prehistoric Museum

A Pectol-Lee Collection will be on display at College of Eastern Utah's Prehistoric Museum for the next three years. Scheduled to open tomorrow, the exhibit shows artifacts from the central Utah region near Capitol Reef National Park....

Residential fire destroys chimney at local home, results in no personal injuries

Fire departments from Price and Helper respond to a blaze at the home of Norman McKendrick on Monday afternoon. With the residents out of the home at the time, the fire left no injuries. The blaze started in the fireplace and dessimated the chimney o...

Bank Contributes CEU As Part Of Economic Development Fund

Errol Holt of Zions Bank presents a check for $10,000 to College of Eastern Utah President Ryan Thomas as Brad King stands by during a short ceremony in early January,. The money will be used to aid CEU in its economic development efforts in the Carb...

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