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Published August 17, 2006

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Principal assumes Wellington Elementary duties


Principal Greg Maughan stands next to the Warrior mascot displayed on a wall in the front foyer at Wellington Elementary School.

Price city firefighters respond to lightning strike at residence near college campus


Firefighters inspect the roof of a residence after lightning struck an adjacent power pole. When the lightning hit the pole, the neutral wire connection to the home was connected to a live wire, causing the wiring throughout the home to become quite ...

Recovery efforts resume to locate little boy lost in flash flood


Josh Seal and Carbon County Sheriff s Office Capt.Guy Adams watch as a search dog and his handler from Davis County search the silt in the bowl behind Rim Rock Drive on Wednesday afternoon for remains of Joshs son, Jayden Seal. The search for the lit...

Price Officials Decide to Explore Implementing Zap Tax Within City


In a special meeting on Aug. 15, the Price council voted to hire a consulting firm to explore the feasibility of implementing a zoo, arts and parks tax within the boundaries of the city....

PRWID Considers District Rate Hike


Water users across the Price River Water Improvement District will likely see rate increases within the next two years.

Pedestrian-train accident injures one, halts rail traffic for hours


A Union Pacific train engineer inspects cars and rails after a train accident reportedly injured a 30-year-old man on Sunday evening. Witnesses reported that the man's arm had been amputated near the elbow by a train near the D Street crossing in Hel...

Carbon Cooks: Dippity doo dah summer veggies


It's that time of year when the veggies are plentiful, so why not cut up some carrots, celery, cucumbers, green peppers, broccoli or whatever is on hand and mix up a dip to eat them with? ...

Forest service continues prescribed burn activities in area near Ferron Canyon


The U.S. Forest Service announced last weekend that it had again started prescribed burns last Thursday in the Ferron Creek drainage area located near Ferron Canyon Road between Willow Lake and Ferron Reservoir....

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