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Published February 14, 2006

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Junior high student reportedly injured in automobile-pedestrian accident in Price


Emergency personnel lift an unidentified 14-year-old male into an ambulance after the youth was reportedly struck by an automobile at approximately 3:10 p.m. on Feb. 13. A motor vehicle driven by a 16-year-old male purportedly struck the pedestrian w...

Technology eliminates mess associated with fingerprinting


Kiwanis president Dave Child places his hand on a computer sensor pad as Lt. Justin Sherman takes his fingerprints during the club's tour of the Carbon County Jail last week. The computer sends fingerprints and booking information directly to the sta...

Wellington employees focus on finishing facility at city's park


Wellington employee Gary Motte prepares ground last Tuesday near a recently constructed facility at the city park. Over the past couple of months, the city has constructed new restroom and concessions facilities at the park. Motte was working on bury...

PRWID Revisits Water Loss Issue


The snow pack in the Mammoth/Cottonwood and White River drainages currently exceed 100 percent of normal, beating the 30-year average in both areas. But Price River Water Improvement District manager Palmer pointed out at last week's PRWID board me...

Wellington considers city property request


The Wellington City Council met Feb. 8 in regular session.

Utah media challenges legislative proposal restricting public access to information identifying minors


The Utah Government Records Access Management Act task force continued to send recommendations to state legislators regarding the ability of the public to access public records. ...

Fire chief credits couple's response with saving lives of family in Price


A calm night last Wednesday turned wild for a neighborhood in north Price when Deanna Jones and her boyfriend, Brent Dressel, stepped outside the woman's apartment.

Kollar awarded Bronze Medal


Staff Sergeant Richard T. Kollar has served with great distinction as a senior medic and shift leader in Charlie Company. Logistics Task Force-173 during Operation Enduring Freedom -Afghanistan from March 2005 until the present. ...

Hanson receives commission


On October 15, 2005 Second Lieutenant Cami Hanson Strouse, a local resident of Price was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the Army Nurse Corps.

Snow pack high over mountain passes


With above normal snow fall for the year, plows have to literally carve routes in the snow, leaving delineator posts at the edge of high walls of snow and ice. Drivers are urged to carry emergency supplies and drive vehicles properly equipped for con...

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