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Published September 6, 2005

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Runaway pickup truck crosses busy street, lands in wash


Tow truck operators from Steve's Diesel Service prepare to pull a Ford Ranger from the wash located at approximately 900 East on Main Street in Price last Thursday morning. The driver of the vehicle, Phillip Odriscoll, apparently stopped at Maverick ...

Auto-bicycle accident leaves Mont Harmon student injured


The passenger of a vehicle purportedly involved in an automobile-bicycle accident last Friday talks with Michael White, who was injured in the mishap. The accident occurred Sept. 2 at 700 East and Main Street in Price. White was reportedly traveling ...

Dozens of cars line up at local gas station in anticipation of additional price increases


Many drivers stopped at local gas stations and waited in lines to fill up their tanks last Thursday. With the problems of hurricane Katrina devastating New Orleans and its surroundings, gas prices are only expected to increase even more for the next ...

State urges residents to assist survivors of Hurricane Katrina, warns of possible charity scams


Since Hurricane Katrina devastated portions of the southern United States, people throughout the country and world have joined forces to help the victims who have been displaced by the effects of the disaster....

Local law enforcement officers subdue, arrest Price suspect in aggravated assault, arson case


On the afternoon of Aug. 26, Troy Allen Williams, 43, was arrested on charges of aggravated arson and aggravated assault after an alleged standoff with local law enforcement officers at an apartment building in Price....

U.S. Geological Survey Collects Data, Evaluates Water Quality in Utah


Every five years, the United States Geological Survey compiles data detailing the amount of water consumed by agriculture, municipal and industrial uses, mining, private industrial wells and thermoelectric generation....

UDOT Workers Concentrate on Fixing Traffic Lights in Price


Utah Department of Transportation workers take time to fix a traffic light that was out at the intersection of Carbon Avenue and Main Street in Price. When traffic control lights are out at busy intersections, Carbon County motorists are reminded to ...

Casa Encourages Public to Volunteer for Advocacy Program


Judge Scott N. Johansen swears Kendall Casey in as a 7th District Court appointed special advocate . The Helper resident has volunteered to help with the CASA program in Carbon and Emery counties. Volunteers are put through a special training to pe...

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