|Published March 29, 2005|
Justice center director highlights child abuse awareness campaign
Payton Black plays at the Carbon County Family Support and Children's Justice Center in Price while one of the facility's staff members, Kizzy Ellington, spends time with the youngster. The justice center serves numerous purposes in the local comm...
Easter egg hunt attracts hundreds of Carbon County residents
David Black holds his son, Gavin, after the pair were successful in gathering festively colored Easter eggs at last Friday's event at the Price Desert Wave Pool. Hundreds of Carbon County residents showed up at the pool to participate in the special...
Utah Highway Patrol Troopers Enforce Move over Law Along U.S. 6
Utah Highway Patrol troopers monitor traffic along U.S. Highway 6 for compliance with the state's move over law last Friday. The state statute requires motorists traveling on four-lane roadways across Utah to reduce speeds and move over as far as p...
Representative discusses 2005 legislative decisions
Normally meeting in the capitol building, the Utah State Legislature met under very different conditions this year as they gathered in the west office building behind the state capitol. The capitol building is presently almost completely gutted whi...
Utah, 17 states with similar alcohol statutes operate as control system
Scott and Travis Gray unload cases of beer to stock up a local convenience store along the freeway just before the Easter holiday. Merchants do a brisk business during Easter because many people consider it the first camping and outdoors holiday of...
Local youth leaders help stop the violence
On March 22 Danielle Olsen and Candra Nelson taught their stop the violence programs at Mont Harmon Junior High and Castle Heights Elementary. Their presentation included skits to help kids understand what to do in violent situations, discussion abou...
Unemployment claims drop in Utah while gasoline prices increase
Ending March 19, the four-week average of Utah initial unemployment insurance initial claims measured at 1,120 filings, a 40 percent decrease from the four-week average of 1,870 this time last year....
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