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Published May 30, 2006

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Carbon County, Military Organizations Honor U.S. Veterans on Memorial Day 2006

Veterans carry flags through the Price City Cemetery on May 29 as Carbon County honored military personnel who died fighting for the United States. Memoriial Day ceremonies also were conducted in Helper and a flagpole and plaque were dedicated at the...

Educators honor Carbon High's graduating class of 2006

Friends and family crowd into the Bunnell-Dmitrich Athletics Center at College of Eastern Utah to watch as Carbon High School seniors receive diplomas during graduation exercises last Thursday....

State education board approves request to add high school at Pinnacle Academy

A lone worker toils below the scaffolding on the new addition at Pinnacle Canyon Academy. The school is not only expanding its building but early this month it was allowed to expand its curriculum next year by adding 10th grade to the schedule. For...

UDOT Awards Bid, Prepares to Start Helper Interchange Project

Motorists drive through Helper last Friday, passing the Main and Street U.S. Highway 6 junction. Starting in a few weeks, lane restrictions will take place as construction on the Helper interchange starts in earnest....

Judicial commission challenges conduct of 7th District judge

The Utah Judicial Conduct Commission recently issued a memorandum decision recommending Judge Bruce K. Halliday's public reprimand in connection with three 7th District Court criminal complaints. ...

Carbon County Students Qualify for National Fbla Competition

Amelia Owen and Nicole Smith will participate in the national Future Business Leaders of America competition in June at Nashville, Tenn.

Regional Spelling Bee Winner Goes to Washington D.C.

Kunal Sah holds his regional trophy.

Reportedly impaired driver injured after allegedly striking two parked vehicles

Firefighters and paramedics respond to the scene of an accident on Wednesday evening on 200 South near 400 West. The driver of a red Pontiac reportedly collided with two parked vehicles located some 200 yards east of where emergency responders found ...

Price police department plans to create traffic school

At a Price council meeting on May 24, Chief Aleck Shilaos presented the officials with an idea that the city police department hopes will help with traffic violations.

Wellington City Council revisits debate on land sales in industrial zone

The Wellington city council met Wednesday evening and again took up the issue of finalizing the sale of city property in the industrial zone.

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