|Published March 10, 2005|
Bears in bags at Castleview Hospital
On hand to fill 125 bags with items children love are project leader Jessica Juliano, along with classmates Fiona Marcelino, Janeal Needles, Kenzi Kranync, Natalie Rowley, Kevin Johnson, Amanda McKell, Dashelle Black and Christie Krompel. When a smal...
UDOT Explains Amended EIS for U.S. 6
Myron Lee of UDOT and Bob Jacobs of Stanley Consultants look at a full length aerial map of U.S. 6 during the open house at CEU on Tuesday evening. The meeting was called for citizens to give their input into the supplemental environmental impact s...
Mass gravestone blessed at Price Cemetery
The Very Rev. Athanasios, along with Metropolitan Isaiah of Denver and Richard Byrd, alter server, bless a gravestone recently erected for 29 men who died in the Castle Gate Mine disaster in March of 1924. For those 81 years these men were buried in ...
Drop in business at landfill creating financial dilemma for East Carbon City Council
The main topic of conversation at the East Carbon City Council meeting on Tuesday was about the down turn at the East Carbon Development Corporation landfill.
Legislature concludes 2005 session with tax cuts, expenditure increases
The Utah Legislature concluded the 2005 session by increasing state expenditures by $592 million and cutting taxes by $8 million.
Learning through science
Lynn Hunt, recently named Science Teacher of the Year for Utah's District 4, is working with Dano Barney on an experiment.
CVCT Production 'a - My Name is Alice' Performances Slated in Price, Helper
Lori Prince and Madaline Nyffeler join with Brianna Scoville, Sheri Vlamakis and Tracy Taylor in "A - My Name Is Alice." The production by Castle Valley Community Theatre starts tonight and continues through Saturday at the Price Civic Auditorium, wi...
Substance abuse training takes place
Verne Larson, a training expert from the state, talks about developing effective substance abuse programs in communities across Utah during a one-day workshop attended by numerous people from the local area at East Carbon High on Tuesday. The traini...
CEU Honors Four Alumni at Annual Founder's Day
College of Eastern Utah will recognize four former students with a Distinguished Alumni Award at the annual Founder's Day dinner on Saturday, March 19.
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