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Published August 22, 2006

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Cache County Passenger Dies After Multi-vehicle Incident on U.S. Highway 6 in Price


Emergency responders assess the injuries of the parties involved in a collision on U.S. Highway 6 last Friday afternoon.

Principal relocates to accept position at Pinnacle


Glen Simkins, the K-12 principal at Pinnacle Canyon Academy, stands by the painting of the school mascot in the gym. Simkins comes to the charter school with significant experience in the education field....

DOGM Objects to Drilling Activities near Clear Creek


The Utah Division of Oil, Gas and Mining filed an objection last week to a petition for an aquifer exemption requested by Marion Energy Inc. in the area near Clear Creek.

Overall student proficiency level climbs in Carbon School District


The overall level of student proficiency in Carbon School District went up last year compared to 2005 scores.

Price police department launches local crackdown on drunk driving


Drunk driving is one of America's deadliest crimes.

Carbonville Road work moving on schedule


A surveyor checks reference points in a drainage system on Carbonville Road last week. County commissioners reported last week that construction is moving forward on schedule, with current work on phase one set for completion in October. County offic...

Ground is broken in ceremony to start construction of Dino-Mine Adventure Park


Price Mayor Joe Piccolo, Miss Carbon County Danielle Olsen, Amie Jespersen, Kiwanis president Dave Child, County Commissioner Bill Krompel, Amanda Anderson, Chamber of Commerce president Shane Baggs and playground committee member Jan Young take the ...

North Springs gun range construction moving along


Craftsmen are working at the pistol and law enforcement range, where a covered shooting areas will be located.

Natural history tour comes to Price


It was a lot like panning for gold, as these young people are look for other minerals and $1 coins.

Gasoline prices across Utah hit all-time record highs


Utah motorists are experiencing sticker shock at the pump after seeing gas prices hit new all-time record highs over the past month, according to the latest report from AAA Utah, which tracks gas prices as a service to consumers....

BLM Fills Management Positions at Price, Federal Agency Offices Across Utah


Henri Bisson, director of the United States Bureau of Land Management in Utah, announced last week the selection of three managers to fill key positions within the state last week. ...

Biologists help sensitive species in Utah


Wildlife across Utah, ranging from wild turkeys and Hungarian partridge, people can hunt to some of the state's most sensitive species, including yellow-billed cukoos and pygmy rabbits -- are receiving a helping hand from four new wildlife biologists...

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