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Published July 5, 2005

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Local sculptor creates bronze raptor to be displayed near museum in Price


Gary Prazen cuts holes in the base of a bronze sculpture of a Utah raptor. Prazen designed the original sculpture in clay and Danny Blanton built the frame and the bronze statue. The raptor now sits on a steel structure spanning the sidewalk north of...

Water pours over falls in canyon


Water pours over Ford Falls last week in Price Canyon. The falls are always a center of attention when people drive through the canyon whether it be in the spring when water runs freely or in the winter when the falls freeze over and people color the...

2,600 ducks race down Mud Creek as part of Scofield's Pleasant Valley Days


With a race that took more than an hour, spectators watch as ducks in the Kiwanis Club's rubber ducky derby float toward the finish line. The duck race, which took place last Saturday afternoon, was one of many activities that were part of the Pleasa...

County school district weighing impacts of testing on graduation


Carbon School District superintendent David Armstrong shakes hands with a graduate from the adult high school program during last month's ceremonies while school board president Grady McEvoy looks on. The ceremonies presented over 70 people their d...

Carbon resident works to rehabilitate injured birds


This golden eagle awaits his chance to be released back into the wild. This young eagle is currently at Second Chance Wildlife, where he is receiving rehabilitation. The eagle was found near Huntington where he had apparently fallen out of his ne...

PRWID Exploring Options to State Engineer Decision


The Carbon Canal winter project was a topic of discussion at the Price River Water Improvement District board meeting on June 21.

Advocates serve youth, families in Castle Valley


During the course of the last three years, the Frontier Project that serves southeastern Utah has worked with 259 youth.

UDOT Issues Updated Road Report


Fourth of July traffic will be heavy in Price Canyon, but there is only a little construction on that section of Highway 6.

Crews clear weeds along Main Street near Price Peace Garden


Pat Garcia and Johnny Winder clear weeds on the corner of Main Street and 100 East in Price last Friday morning. The cleaning effort was part of a routine beautification project at the Peace Gardens....

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