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Published October 11, 2005

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Traffic on U.S. Highway 6 Backs Up Behind Jackknifed Trailer

Long lines of cars line up at the top of Price Canyon after a camper trailer headed westbound on U.S. Highway 6 jackknifed near the Emma Park Road turnoff. The driver of the truck and trailer allegedly lost control just after passing the junction. Th...

Flying club serious about fun at miniature airport

Russ Jensen assists Dan Taylor with preflight checks of his remote control airplane. After firing up the starter plane, Taylor headed to the runway for a Saturday morning flight. Each weekend, members of the Desert Wings flying club can be found at t...

Outdoor projects being hurried along while weather's good

James Dart Jr. washes a window at his father's home in north Price on October 8, Dart was preparing to paint the window frame and finish up other maintenance projects at the residence. Many Carbon County citizens are scrambling to complete outdoor pr...

Sunnyside, county consider transfer of land located in city

Sunnyside plans to vacate a street on land formerly owned by the county. Sunnyside asked the county in July to donate land to the city for the construction of a public services building. The decision was made last Wednesday when commissioners agree...

Price conducts meetings, accepts input in city plan review process

In Price, 100 North is busier than Main Street, in some ways making downtown an orphan of the other street. When the by-pass road was constructed, traffic was routed past town, but then the overpass for the 100 North exit was constructed which take...

State rock art association stages 25th symposium in Carbon area

Informative displays attract the attention of people attending the Utah Rock Art Research Association's 25th annual symposium, presented in Price.

Grade schoolers receive dictionaries

East Carbon Rotary Club President Jim Robertson presents dictionaries to third grade students at Peterson Elementary. Rotary Clubs around the state are participating in a program to give dictioanries to elementary students. In addition to donating to...

Price City final yard of the month awards

The Steve Feuers and Carol Hadden home at 341 South and 400 East.

Planning, zoning board forwards requests to Wellington City Council

Wellington's planning and zoning commission met last Wednesday night to disucss city business.

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