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Published October 13, 2005

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USDA Awards Grants to Price, Helper City Police


Price city recorder Joanne Lessar and Mayor Joe Piccolo sign the necessary paperwork to accept federal grant funding from the United States Department of Agriculture. Price and Helper received federal revenues from the USDA for use by the local cit...

Price, Carbon County emergency personnel respond to two-vehicle traffic accident


Price city firefighters Bob Potts and Brett Cammans clear debris from the intersection of 100 North and the eastbound U.S. Highway 6 interchange on Wednesday.

Safety restraints, car seats protect young travelers


Southeastern Utah Health District representative Georgina Nowak demonstrates how to properly install a child safety restraint seat.

East Carbon officials address fire agency, school busing issues


The city fire department and school bus issues were the main topics at the East Carbon council meeting Tuesday.

Carbon residents prepare for winter by conducting fall sales


Charlotte Young arranges clothing at her yard sale this past weekend. Local residents have been cleaning out their closets and hosting yard sales throughout the warm weather months. As the temperatures begin to fall, more garage sales have been appea...

Congolese drum master teaches more than rhythm to students


Fred Simpson teaches eighth and ninth graders at Helper Junior High School how to play African drums. Simpson is originally from San Francisco and has performed in many parts of the western U.S. He said that the classes he conducted for the last two ...

County's justice court judge completes mental, substance abuse disorders course


Judge Elayne Storrs of the Carbon County and Wellington City justice courts recently completed the co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders course at The National Judicial College. ...

U.S. Senate Passes Federal Legislation to Reauthorize Violence Against Women Act


Last week, the United States Senate unanimously passed federal legislation that reauthorizes the 1994 Violence Against Women Act.

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