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Published July 13, 2006

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UHP Encourages Carbon County Motorists to Comply with Advisory Sign Traffic Alerts

In recent months, numerous accidents have occurred at a blind curve on U.S. Highway 6 at mile post 229 above the Carbon Power Plant in Price Canyon. The accidents have resulted in lane closures and delays to travelers. The causes of the crashes have ...

State auditor evaluates economic benefits of funding small business

Landon Jacobson and mechanic Colby Shaw discuss a problem with an engine in a big rig at Landon's Diesel Repair in Price. Jacobson was able to start the local diesel repair business with the aid of the SEUSBIF program a few years ago. The company ...

Doubling up to beat summertime heat

Twins Kylie and Kenzie Blackburn cool off from the summer heat. The coming week could prove to be the hottest experienced in the area in 2006, with temperatures approaching 100 degrees Fahrenheit....

Company proceeding with Utah Power name change

Utah Power crews focus on restoring electricity to Carbon County residences impacted by the outage on July 6. The Sunday afternoon power outage lasted nearly five hours. The local electricity provider's new brand name - Rocky Mountain Power - will ...

Local Students Place at National Skillsusa Event

College of Eastern Utah students Jeremiah Garcia and Katie Young recently competed at the national SkillsUSA event. Young, an Orangeville resident, captured a gold medal in the prepared speech category. Garcia, a Helper resident, received a silver ...

PRWID Endorses Subdivision Plans

The board of directors of the Price River Water Improvement District met April 11 and gave approval for additional units at three subdivisions in the county.

Castle Valley residents participate in summer nutrition program

Local residents enjoy a meal last week at the Castle Valley Center while participating in the community summer feeding program. The program is open to all residents Monday through Friday between 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Children younger than 18 year...

Garden work good for body and mind

Stephan Demczak of Price spends a lot of time in his garden, which is good for his body and soul. He regards his flowers so highly that he waters and feeds them before he eats in the morning....

Forest service announces prescribed burn in area near Ferron Canyon Road

The Price-Ferron ranger district will be implementing a prescribed burn within the Ferron Creek drainage area located near Ferron Canyon Road between Willow Lake and Ferron Reservoir....

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