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Published May 5, 2005

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Resource center provides materials to families


Moira Prichard, the Carbon Family Resource Center coordinator, holds some of the materials that are lent by the facility for use by families throughout Carbon County. The center allows people to check out educational toys, packets, books and videos a...

Officials, business owners meet for conference in Price


Sen. Bob Bennett talks with a attendees during a reception for the fourth annual Rural Business Conference at the College of Eastern Utah on Tuesday and Wednesday. Bennett hosts the conference each year. This year's program included Utah Governor Jon...

Cat looks for the meaning of life


This cat lays on the back of a chair looking at the floor as if he is thinking about the world and all it's workings. House cats are a viable source of pleasure and company for many area residents, but feral cats (wild cats) create problems throughou...

PRWID Readdresses Subdivision Project


At the regularly scheduled Price River Water Improvement District meeting on, May 3, the subject of a subdivision project near Kenilworth was readdressed.

Sunnyside mayor, council support store's liquor license application


Lim Leonard, owner of the Miner's Trading Post, went before the Sunnyside council May 3 to get initial approval from the city to seek a liquor license to allow the store to sell liquor....

Clubhouse assists with employment goals


The New Heights Clubhouse aids Carbon County's struggling mental health patients in achieving the goal to go back to work.

New computer lab set up for Senior Center


Senior center director Debbie Kobe shows one of the new computers at the Price Senior Citizens Center to Barry Horsley, Ben Clement, county clerk Bob Pero and Carbon Commisioner Mike Milovich on Monday. The new machines replace the old equipment in t...

Boys and girls state participants for this summer announced


Carbon High student Craig Holtz, along with Samantha Hyde, Carol Graff and Danielle Olson await their turns to go to boys and girls state this June. Holtz will participate at Weber State University between June 6 and 10. The girls will all go to Sout...

Schools get money for dental and eyeglass expenses


Dottie Flemett, the school nurse for Carbon School District, accepts a check for $873 from Emma Kuykendall during a short ceremony at the Southeastern Utah Health District office in Price. As Dave Cunningham, Joyce Pierce and Pat Scherschel look on. ...

End of year for Carbon exchange students approaches


Foreign exchange students Paula Villela from Brazil, Jae Kim from Korea, Ela Mertes from Germany, Hanako Tsuchiya from Venezuela and Chatbodindr "Tony" Choochuay from Thailand sit at a table in the Grand Canyon at Carbon High as they near the end of ...

Local animal lover teaches children about owning pets


Carbon County's own Jennifer Lopez teaches children at Castle Heights Elementary about the seven essentials to having a healthy pet. Other than food and water, she tells children the lesser known essentials for being healthy and happy are love, groo...

Gas exploration company receives Earth Day award


A logging truck rumbles down a new road constructed to protect the Great Hunt Panel that is located on the out cropping to the right. The boulders block the old road so traffic doesn't pass right under the panel....

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