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Published March 31, 2005

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College's student government prepares to erect reconstructed sign on Wood Hill

Ryan Snider adjusts a light on the College of Eastern Utah sign ready to be erected on Wood Hill above Price's water tanks. The sign was originally constructed decades ago, but fell into disrepair. Spearheaded by CEU's student government, the projec...

County approves bonds for community center expansion

The Carbon Coummunity Center at the fairgrounds is several years old and the facility has served the local area well. The county will be moving into phase two of an ongoing project at the fairgrounds by adding a 14,000 square foor conference center...

Painters apply finishing touches to exterior of store in Price

Harold Aune and Ryan Peterson of Young Electric Sign Company paint "Price's home improvement warehouse" across the front of the recently opened Sutherlands in east Price on Highway 55. ...

Violent crime rate climbing statewide

The latest data released by the state's public safety department indicates Utah experienced declining criminal activity statewide last year.

Failed legislative proposal initiates dialogue on business equipment tax

During the early part of the 2005 legislative session, Utah lawmakers considered a proposal to eliminate the personal property tax on businesses.

Accident in Wellington one of many during holiday weekend

As traffic whizzes by, two cars sit on Highway 6 after the two collided Thursday afternoon during one of the many squalls that came across the county this past week. This crash resulted in minor injuries, but there were also a number of fender bende...

Renovation completed at wave pool

A worker patches a section of the Desert Wave pool's sidewall as part of a recent renovation project. The work at the Price pool took approximately one week to complete.

Prehistoric museum schedules Venus exhibit, plans reception for artist on April 1

Joe Venus stands with the late J. Eldon Doorman in front of a mural the artist painted for the College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum. The mural was dedicated several years ago. Venus will have 50 of his paintings exhibited at the museum during ...

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