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Published May 16, 2006

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Police execute warrant at Price residence


Sgt. Bill Barnes exhibits a 1,000 watt lamp and suspected marijuana plants seized May 10 from a private residence by Price police. Chief Aleck Shilaos developed probable cause to obtain a warrant to search the house, located in a drug-free zone ne...

2006 Prehistory Week


Museum staff, Carbon County youth participate in 2006 Prehistory Week activities.

Teachers protest district's changes in administration


A number of teachers at Mont Harmon Junior High will face many changes after returning to the school next fall.

Co-op, UMWA Strike Deal in Labor Dispute


The end of a 32-month battle between workers and owners at the Co-op Mine near Huntington may be at its end.

Wellington Approves Land Sales, Discusses ATV Trail


The Wellington City Council met May 10 and revisited the issue of land sales at the city industrial area.

Independent organization's analysts evaluate public school spending data


Operational expenditures in Utah's kindergarten to 12th grade public education systems and charter schools climbed 5 percent per student in fiscal year 2005.

Museum hosts annual DinoFeast


Rich Hengst greets John Bird at the College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum DinoFeast on Friday. Bird is the bone lab manager at the museum and Hengst was the guest speaker for the evening, giving a lecture about how the skeletal structure of dino...

Area realtors sponsor fundraiser for American Cancer Society


Miss Carbon County Mandy Taylor and college cheerleaders Alicia Gove and Yurika Hori wash dishes at a dinner sponsored by Carbon-Emery realtors as an American Cancer Society fundraiser....

High water levels create powerful cascades on Price River


Heavy runoff in Price River and surrounding streams pours over a spillway at the Carbon County golf course. The increase water levels are the result of a comparably wet year with heavy snow pack and the decision by the U.S Bureau of Reclamation to ke...

Sales of poppies honor and support veterans


Poppies like this one will be on sale from the women of the American Legion Auxiliary on May 20.

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