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Published October 25, 2005

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Goggles distort vision, allowing Carbon County residents to experience blindness

Carbon County Active Re-Entry employee Darlene Erni looks through a pair of goggles to discover what it feels like to be blind. The local agency offers supplies and assistance to residents in the local community who suffer from disabilities. Because ...

Routine traffic stop leads to arrest of two Californians on drug charges

Helper police department's K-9 Officer Brook guards the suspected marijuana, American currency and suspected psilocybin-laced mushrooms seized by law enforcement at the scene of a routine traffic stop Oct. 17 on U.S. Highway 6. Helper police arrest...

College in Price secures title to Horse Canyon mining property

Mary Ann Wright, Assistant DOGM director

Ugs Compiles 2004 Coal Data

Coal production in the Castle Valley region and at locations across Utah dropped for the third straight year to 21.8 million short tons in 2004, the lowest level reported statewide since 1993. ...

One day while out driving around...

A playground similar to this could soon be a reality in Price if the funding is found to do so. This playground is in Fruit Heights in northern Utah and is one of many examples found across the United States....

Kiwanis announces winner of drawing

Ed Howa of the Price Kiwanis Club stands with Keith Tenny of Pleasant Grove, the winner of the drawing for an ATV the Kiwanis Club recently held. Howa was the member of the club that sold the ticket to this lucky winner. ...

Main Street program moves ahead

Efforts to promote, revitalize and encourage business growth in downtown Price City have gained the support and resources of the Governor's Office of Economic Development with the implementation of a Main Street Program....

Chamber holds meet the candidate night

In looking towards the general elections on November 8th, the Carbon County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors would like to invite voters to participate in a "Meet the Candidates" night scheduled for Oct. 27 at Creekview Elementary School locate...

Protest zone complaint dismissed by court

In a unanimous decision, the United States 10th Circuit Court of Appeals recently dismissed a complaint filed by the American Civil Liberties Union against Salt Lake City and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints....

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