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Published November 17, 2005

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Veterans Day 2005


Carbon County community, local military organizations observe Veterans Day 2005

Price mayor, council address city retirees' benefit plan matters


Jana Abrams, Melanie Steele and Kathy Smith discuss transferring to different office locations after Price carries out the city's plan to abandon the community building on the corner of 100 East and 100 North....

School district recognizes elementary teacher with award


Teacher Lynn Hunt works individually with student Forest Daniels at Caste Heights Elementary School in Price. Hunt was recently honored as teacher of the year by the Carbon School District....

Attorney general's office coaches youth to dodge Internet predators


Meredith Mannebach and Officer Rhett McQuiston from the Utah Attorney General's Office were in Helper on Monday to teach local school children about the risks of using the Internet. ...

PRWID Reviews Water District's Proposed Budget


The Price River Water Improvement District met Nov. 15 and reviewed the preliminary budget for 2006.

Carbon experiences employment growth


Carbon County posted a 3.5 percent employment expansion rate in October.

Injured owl finds release after recuperation in Carbon County


Connie Waddell releases a great-horned owl that had been in rehabilitation after an encounter with a car in October at Second Chance Wildlife Rehabilitation. Debbie Pappas who runs the center for injured birds said that the bird was reported injured ...

Motor fuel prices decrease at gas pumps in Carbon County area, throughout state


Carbon County motorists and people traveling across the state are paying less at the pump due to gasoline prices continuing to drop from all time highs.

Utah senator introduces federal bill designed to combat abuse of elderly


Sen. Orrin Hatch has introduced bipartisan legislation into the United States Senate that would address elder abuse and crimes against seniors.

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