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Published May 26, 2005

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Pool bubble goes down for summer


Price City crews remove the connection bolts from the west side of the bubble that has housed the Desert Wave Pool all winter. The pool is a popular place for locals and tourists to visit in all seasons but gets particularly crowded during the hot da...

Petersen School celebrates 50 years of education


Crystel Hepworth makes a solo performance of "Tomorrow" from the Broadway musical "Annie." The performance was part of the school's 50th anniversary celebration. Petersen was built on land purchased from Kaiser Steel for $1 and was built in two phase...

Reading is a basic fundamental that can't be ignored


Jayden Horrocks demonstrates a skill that children must have to stay up with the fast moving world. Reading is very fundamental.

Energy Company Announces $9.4b Acquisition Of Pacificorp


PacifiCorp's Huntington Power Plant.

West Nile control funds awarded to Carbon and Emery counties


For the second year in a row, special funds to combat West Nile virus are being given by the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food.

Helper council approves request for proposal on museum expansion


Some of the displays inside the museum will be moved and others will be expanded when the new addition to the building is added.

Monument to be dedicated by veterans group on Monday


A new monument dedicated to those who have served their country stands with wood supports on it Wednesday morning, only a few days before it will be dedicated. The Memorial Day ceremony will take place at noon and members of the VFW, the DAV and the ...

Construction report for Carbon and Emery counties


•U.S. Highway 6 from mile post 288 to 300 (Pavement Rehabilitation) - Project includes a hot-in-place recycling of existing pavement. Crews are currently working in one travel lanes with one lane open for traffic in alternating directions as dir...

Price schools build tradition of health


Joan Atwood, principal at Creekview Elementary, is ecstatic with the Gold Medal Award her school received.

Ridge Road construction slated to commence on June 3


The Utah Department of Transportation will begin an asphalt overlay project on 7.2 miles of Utah Highway 1306 (Ridge Road) on June 3.

Price Pd Joins National 'click It or Ticket' Campaign


Law enforcement across the nation is focusing on seat belt use with the "Click It or Ticket" campaign. The campaign started May 9 and will continue through June 5. State and local law enforcement will conduct high-visibility safety belt enforcement a...

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