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Published November 10, 2005

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Price re-elects mayor, East Carbon favors challenger


East Carbon resident Priscilla Kiddy receives a city ballot from the election judge Louise Roybal on Tuesday. When the 2005 polls closed Nov. 8, East Carbon voters had squelched Mayor Dale Andrews' bid for re-election and cast ballots in support of...

Mobile library supplements local schools


Charielle Basso selects a book from the county's bookmobile at Castle Heights Elementary last week. The bookmobile travels to many of the schools in the district and is the only library resource for Pinnacle Canyon Academy until the charter school bu...

Lost canyon documentary premiers Nov. 8 at screening session in Price


Elaine Storrs is shown some artifacts from Range Creek Canyon during the reception prior to the primier of the new documentary called 'Secrets of the Lost Canyon' produced by KUED from the University of Utah....

College museum plans to exhibit artist's work


Cliff Green's sculpture of a Bracheosaur dinosaur measures approximately three feet tall. Green's artwork will be on display at the College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum through Dec. 31. A reception for the local artist is planned Friday at 7 ...

Weatherization cuts winter heating costs


Buck Taylor sorts through applications at the Southeastern Utah Association of Local Governments weatherization program. Low income and elderly Carbon County residents may qualify to have homes prepared by licensed professionals for the winter weat...

Seven Brides for Seven Brothers production hits Mont Harmon stage


Town girls end up in the arms of the Pontipee brothers during the town social. The social begins relationships between the girls and the brothers. Gideon (Jordan Kennedy) holding Alice (Bonnie Peterson) and Daniel (David Youso) holding Ruth (Shari...

Energy corporation presents grant to Castle Valley Center/Apple House


Cody Allred of PacifiCorp presents a donation to Glen Lemmon, for the Castle Valley Center/Apple House. Allred was selected recently as the 2005 recipient of the PacifiCorp Spirit of Excellence Award which honors contributions of employees who exempl...

Bighorn Sheep Festival Coming to SE Utah


Bighorn sheep are a majestic breed and the chance to view them with knowledgeable guides is a plus.

Silta Offers Reward for Information in Vandalism


The Utah School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons involved in an alleged vandalism incident on Tabby Mountain....

Buck shot illegally


On Sunday afternoon of October 30, 2005 a buck deer was killed on the Soldier Summit Cooperative Wildlife Management Unit (CWMU) in Utah County.

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