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Published April 13, 2006

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Local business owner adds death date to grave marker in Price cemetery


Pat Worley measures the the spacing on a grave marker for Margueritte Draper, who passed away in December. Worley explained that Margueritte's husband, Arthur, passed away more than three decades ago and the headstone has been in place for years. In ...

Young animals show signs


Young animals show signs of spring in Carbon County.

County detours traffic away from main fairgrounds entrance


Carbon County crews have detoured traffic entering the fairgrounds on Fairgrounds Road. Construction crews are preparing the area for the planned construction of the county's exhibition center that will adjoin the existing Community Center. Entry int...

Scofield's council opposes connecting town to trail system


In what appears to be the first real opposition to a county-wide trail system, the town council in Scofield discussed whether to formally object to the trails on Monday.

Nine Mile advisory panel discusses completing Great Hunt Panel project


The Nine Mile Canyon Advisory Committee met last Thursday at the College of Eastern Utah.

Economic analysts evaluate statewide sales tax, employment expansion data


In 2005, Utah experienced the state's largest single year sales tax revenue increase posted statewide in more than a decade.

Price Police Department Representatives, Mayor Present Dare Diplomas to Students


Pinnacle Academy students graduate from the DARE program. Price Police Officers Shane Henrie and Tracy Allred along with Chief Aleck Shilaos and Mayor Joe Piccolo awarded the fifth graders with drug abuse resistance education diplomas on April 11....

Castle Valley companies dominate 2006 Earth Day award recipients


Utah's oil, gas and mining board plans to present 2006 Earth Day awards to several Castle Valley companies.

Utah post offices to offer assistance to last-minute income tax filers on April 17


Twenty-seven Utah post offices will provide late-night collections of mail on Monday, April 17 to assist last-minute tax filers. In addition, six post offices will extend window service hours until midnight and 29 locations have Automated Postal Cent...

U.S. Agencies Accept Input in Management Plan for Spanish Trail


The United States Bureau of Land Management and park service are seeking public input in developing a management plan for the Old Spanish National Historic Trail.

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