|Published March 30, 2006|
USDA Grant Funds Benefit Price, Helper Police Departments
New evidence lockers are among the improvements that Price city police officers will enjoy at the agency's new headquarters in north Price. Many of the expenses of renovation and new equipment were met by a pair of grants from the U.S. Department o...
Elementary students learn about agricultural activities
On Wednesday, third graders from all over the county enjoyed a day learning all about farms, farm animals, and where milk, butter, eggs and cheese come from. It was Agricultural Farm Field Day at the fairgrounds and the event was moved inside the big...
Arcing electrical current triggers dispatch of local firefighters
Price city firefighters respond to an electrical fire just south of the railroad in west Price. Fire Chief Bedont stated that a loose wire was probably the cause of the spark. No damage was done to the home....
East Carbon council discusses park project, power upgrades
The East Carbon City Council met Tuesday in a regularly scheduled session.
City chiefs, county warden compile general guidelines for open burning
During the last few months, wildfires have devastated entire communities at locations across the United States.
BLM Releases Final Statement Relating to Oil, Gas Lease Regulations
In response to congressional direction in the Energy Policy Act of 2005, the Bureau of Land Management published changes last week to oil and gas regulations relating to lease acreage limits and lease reinstatements....
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