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Published October 6, 2005

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Light voter turnout decides city primaries

Florence Sealey signs a judging form as she turns in primary election ballots cast by voters at the Jennifer Leavitt Student Center polling site to county clerk Robert Pero, deputy county clerk Alexis Horsley and Price city recorder Joanne Lessar o...

Expanded bridge near junction ready for traffic

Utah Department of Transportation workers remove barrels as they prepare to open the widened bridge north of Sunnyside Junction. This expansion removes a bottleneck in the slow lanes near the junction that was created when the road north of the bridg...

Active Re-Entry's staff, resources assist blind seniors in Carbon area

Older blind program member Barbara Kontgas sews a blanket at Active Re-Entry. Despite being blind, Kontgas and others with various disabilities enjoy participating in regular activities sponsored by the local agency....

PRWID Discusses Status Of Livestock Watering Program

The board of the Price River Water Improvement District met at regular public meeting Tuesday.

Transportation Department Plans to Release Final EIS for U.S. Highway 6

The Utah Department of Transportation plans to release the final environmental impact statement for U.S. Highway 6 on Oct. 7.

Price mayor, city council recognize Spring Glen resident with town's visionary award

Price Mayor Joe Piccolo presents Sherrie Vlamakis with the city's visionary award. Price officials recognized Vlamakis with the award because of the Spring Glen resident's dedication to the city and her work to promote growth in the Carbon County are...

Utah BBB Warns Consumers about Jury Duty Scam

The Utah Better Business Bureau has issued a statewide warning to alert Carbon County residents about a criminal scam involving jury duty.

2005-06 Highway 6 construction plans

By the end of 2006, UDOT plans to begin or complete at least 10 major improvements between Spanish Fork and Green River:

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