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Published June 29, 2006

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Democratic challenger topples incumbent recorder's re-election bid at primary polls


Becky Tallerico casts an electronic ballot the new voting machines during the Democratic Party's primary election on June 27.

Transportation department employees repaint lines on state highways in Price


Utah Department of Transportation employees paint lines at the intersection of Carbonville and 100 North in Price. Last week, UDOT painted control arrows, crosswalks and lane markers on Utah Highway 55 through Price. UDOT's efforts have now moved to ...

Board of education selects contractor for school building


The slide at the Peterson Elementary playground is empty. But during the school year, children can be seen sliding down it continually. The playground equipment will be one of the things that will be taken off the Peterson grounds and placed at the...

Deputies arrest alleged fugitive


Carbon County law enforcement captured a reportedly fleeing felon on Fathers' Day in Carbonville. Darrell Morris, age 33, was booked into the county jail on a warrant from the Utah Board of Pardons....

Animals require cover from sun, plenty of water to drink during hot summer season


Tula lies under a four-wheeler to keep cool last Sunday afternoon when temperatures in the area ranged between 95 to 100 degrees Fahrenheit. Almost any type of shade will do when it is hot, but residents are reminded that cats and dogs need cover fro...

Carbon Cooks: Great, great banana bread


KiLee Tanner measures carefully when she makes her great, great banana bread in her grandmothers kitchen.

Wellington firefighters dispatched to vehicle fire


Firefighters respond to reports of a vehicle fire in southwest Wellington on Wednesday morning. No injuries were reported.

Greeks prepare for yearly celebration


While some work has been done on the Greek Orthodox church in Price, the building is in many respects the same as it was in 1940 when this photograph was taken. The historical building is among the first permanent Greek Orthodox churches in the weste...

UDOT Advises Motorists Of Likely Traffic Delays


The Utah Department of Transportation issues a report every other week to advise motorists of major construction projects that may impact traffic. The project descriptions provide general information concerning overall scope, basic traffic control me...

U.S. Senate Approves Fighter Aircraft Procurement Plan


The United States Senate has approved a proposal to procure 60 F-22A Raptors during the next three years through a multi-year contract.

Utah Citizen Corps receives federal funding, announces council grant application deadline


The Utah Commission on Volunteers received Citizen Corps grant funding of $238,000, for the establishment of new councils.

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