|Published March 9, 2006|
Price, Helper emergency crews respond to two-alarm blaze at Carbonville residence
Price and Helper firefighters extinguish a burning outbuilding and camp trailer at a Carbonville residence Monday afternoon. Emergency personnel responded to the scene of the March 6 two-alarm fire at approximately 4:30 p.m. The cause of the blaze re...
Legislature allocates state funds for energy training center project
Plans to implement an energy training center at the Willow Creek coal mine site are proceeding. In December 2005, the United States Department of Labor awarded CEU a $2.7 million grant to purchase the property. And last week, the Utah Legislature a...
Heavy equipment operator demolishes house in Kenilworth
Kerry Krompel operates a track hoe to smash a Kenilworth home destroyed by fire. Local residents hauling yard debris and trash to the landfill should be aware of the fact that the county has a load cover ordinance to keep the trash from blowing out o...
District considers downsizing scope of Nine Mile Road
The Carbon County Recreation and Transportation Special Service District met Monday and the board discussed the Nine Mile Road project.
Filing deadline for candidates to run in November elections set March 17
While the election of county, school board, state and federal officials on Nov. 7 may seem a long time in the future, the deadline for candidates to file to run for the elected offices is quickly approaching....
Local church renews longstanding tradition of Lenten lunch
Members of the United Methodist Church of Price, gathered on Ash Wednesday, March 1, to begin the season of Lent, a 40-day period of fasting, prayer, reflection and repentance that heralds the Easter season. The church sponsors a Lenten lunch each We...
Male workshop to focus on fathers
Larry Madrigal listens to his grandson, Anthony Madrigal, read during class at the Wellington Head Start facility. The local Rural Utah Child Development agency is preparing to host it's annual workshop for dads later this month. All men who are in...
Scholarship awarded to Carbon senior
Caitlin Thomas, a senior at Carbon High School, is the proud recipient of the Utah School Counselors Association scholarship. Out of the 50 Utah students who applied only eight were chosen to receive the $500 scholarship. Thomas was able to present...
Dispatch 9-1-1 team honored by commissioners
Marcus Bott, Ted Cartwright, Matthew Montoya, James Moore and Lisa Shook, Price Communications Center 9-1-1 Team stand for a photo during the Oct. 13, 2005, Carbon County annual Community Awareness Fair. The Price communications team of 9-1-1 dispatc...
Mr. Carbon announced by high school
Nicholas Lucero of Columbia was honored as Mr. Carbon 2006 at Carbon High School by his fellow students. Haylen Palmer escorted Lucero to the floor to begin the events. The events were a swimsuit contest, a stand-up comedy routine, answered questions...
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