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Published June 9, 2005

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Local bank employees volunteer to paint local homes

Local Zions Bank employee, Errol Holt, prepares to paint a local home with the help of another employee's children. Employees from four branches in Carbon and Emery counties volunteered to participate in the 15th annual Zions Bank Paint-a-thon. The p...

Local quilters donate talents to veterans

Members of the Castle County Quilters show off 12 quilts that will be donated to the VA hospital in Salt Lake City. The group, which meets in the Price senior citizens center, has made over 20 quilts as part of the effort. The project is part of an l...

Career and technical education moves to forefront

Chris Tonc kneels alongside the bike racks he built at Mont Harmon Junior High as a project. These racks will be used in a number of places including by Price City. The project is an example of the technical education opportunities available in Car...

County considers revising development code, master plan for Nine Mile Canyon

In an effort to manage land use in Nine Mile Canyon, the Carbon County development code staff presented to the county planning and zoning commission preliminary plans for a new overlay zone and proposed updates to county master plans....

PRWID Reviews Concerns about Road Compaction in Carbonville

A resident of the Carbonville area brought up concerns about road damage to roads in his neighborhood caused by a waterline project during Tuesday's Price River Water Improvement District meeting....

Motorist Killed As Vehicle Takes Rollercoaster Ride Across U.S. Highway 6

Emergency crews cut the roof from a Toyota in an attempt to rescue the driver trapped inside after a collision on U.S. Highway 6 Monday around noon. The driver was reportedly traveling eastbound on U.S. 6 at Exit 240 when the vehicle veered across th...

Work on U.S. Highway 6 Continues in Wellington

The operator of a highway machine leans over the side to get a view of his work on Highway 6 in Wellington. The work on the highway there has begun in earnest again and the Utah Department of Transportation reports that the project should be finished...

High school technical education students excel in competition

Cameron Mower and his Adirondack chair that took third place.

Energy symposium changes program

Orignal announcements about the Southeastern Utah Energy Producers Association's "Energy Days Symposium" at the College of Eastern Utah included a two day session, but the association has since revamped that program into a one-day event slated for Ju...

BLM Looks at Wedge Management Actions

The Price Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management has proposed to enact further management actions at the Wedge Overlook in the San Rafael Swell. These actions would help conserve the pinyon pine/juniper woodland, endangered cacti, and awesome...

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