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Published August 2, 2005

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Price city's 2005 International Days activities, parades attract hundreds of visitors


International Days attendees Joseph Dunn and Stephen Vlamakis examine the engine of a classic vehicle displayed at the car show stage at Pioneer Park last Saturday morning. The activities presented during Price's 2005 event attracted hundreds of visi...

Federal Highway Transit Bill Designates U.S. 6 As High Priority Corridor


Thousands of cars travel U.S. 6 each year on their way to their destinations. Congressman Jim Matheson confirmed the multi-year federal highway transit bill might provide more funding leverage for the highway along with the South Moore Cutoff Road ...

Complaint filed in animal shelter case


A specially appointed assistant attorney general has charged a former Carbon County Animal Shelter director with misusing public monies.

Economists forecast continuing financial challenges for small businesses across Utah


Utah's small businesses will continue to fight the headwind of rising short-term interest rates

Reclamation activities continue at Willow Creek Mine


The long reach of a crane stretches above the coal hopper at Willow Creek Mine, one of the last remaining structures at the closed mine. Since the mine closed five years ago, reclamation efforts have removed most of the structures and restored landsc...

Utah Department of Transportation issues construction report for southeastern region


This report advises motorists of major construction projects on Utah highways in and around the Castle Valley that may impact traffic, and is compiled every other week. The project descriptions provide general information: overall scope, basic traffi...

BLM, Independent Recreation Organization Encourage ATV Riders to Protect Public Lands


With the number of all-terrain vehicle riders climbing to exceed 16 million at locations across the United States, land managers are attempting to balance the activity's popularity with the nation's natural resources. ...

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