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Published May 31, 2005

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Last ECH Class Bids Farewell

The East Carbon High Class of 2005 cast off ballons in a ceremony as they graduate from the school which closed its doors last week. The graduation ceremony itself, which is always filled with bittersweet emotion, had even more than usual because o...

More than education could be affected with school closing

The sign that has hung on the outside pool wall at the Sunnyside school will soon only adorn an empty building that may be remodeled into a new location for Petersen Elementary School....

Windy Memorial Day commemorated in Carbon County

The flash of rifle muzzles sparkled across the cemetery during this 21 gun salute in Helper on Monday morning. The day was full of commemorations including those at the Price Cemetery and at the Peace Garden in downtown Price where a new monument was...

Council approves fire fighter compensation

With the rising costs of medical and dental insurance, John Daniels, human resource director for Price City, proposed an alternative for volunteer firefighters and their benefit plan at the city council meeting on May 25....

Snow still deep in Castle Valley high country

A snow bridge hangs over a ridge just above the Energy Loop By-way. It is one of many that can be seen in the area. Despite the high temperatures in the valleys, there is still a lot of snow in the mountains, getting ready to come down in the form of...

Firefighters respond to electrical fire hazard in south Price

Carbon County firefighters prepare to inspect a fire call in Price. A tree that grew too large and touched the power lines above it shorted out wiring, sparking the tree on fire. Employees of Utah Power and Light later trimmed the tree to prevent t...

County offers crisis hotline for domestic abuse victims in county

Climbing domestic violence incidence rates continue to pose a serious law enforcement and social concerns throughout the nation and across the state.

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