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Published August 4, 2005

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Mine competition heats up as muggy weather conditions continue in Carbon County


The mine rescue team from Westridge Resources evaluates the course as they compete in the 29th annual Rocky Mountain Coal Mine Association competition held at CEU this week. The event incorporates many aspects of mine rescue and safety and is sponso...

Sistering up during outing at local park


Kathryn and MacKenzie Nielson enjoy a weekend outing. The 2-year-old twin sisters are the daughters of Donni and Jens Nielson.

Trenches reappearing in middle of college campus in Price


Utility work at the College of Eastern Utah has once again opened up some long trenches that cut the campus in half. With the consequent fences erected to keep people from falling into the holes, sometimes the trek across the campus can be long and a...

Helper alters city role in preserving historic buildings


The Helper Historic District is located between 1st West Street and the railroad tracks from Janet Street on the north to Locust Street on the South. Owners of these properties can more easily have buildings listed on the National Historic Register...

PRWID Counsel Reviews Wellington Agreement


A legal opinion drafted by Price River Water Improvement District legal counsel Nick Sampinos was reviewed at the regular PRWID board meeting on Tuesday.

Price appoints members to fill vacant seats on city's planning, zoning board


Price officials accepted the resignation of John Angotti from the city's planning and zoning commission on Wednesday during the regularly scheduled council meeting.

Roof work becomes more difficult during hot summer days in Carbon County


A crew works on some remodeling and air conditioning installation at a business in east Price earlier this week. The hot weather can be brutal for those that work outside, sometimes worse than the winter cold. However many people don't take the heat ...

Power outages causes traffic problems in Price


A Price city police officer helps direct traffic at the Carbon Ave. intersection during a power outage several weeks ago. The Utah Department of Transportation has noticed an increased number of Price residents not using four way stops properly with...

Rocky Mountain mining competition brings in teams


Teams from mines in Utah, Colorado and New Mexico have been in town this week competing in the annual Rocky Mountain Mining Association mine rescue competition. Companies that competed include the Southern Utah Fuel Company (SUFCO), West Ridge Mine C...

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