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Published September 21, 2006

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Basso Dino-Mine Adventure Playground completed


At the top of a slide, a girl waits for her turn to go down a slide at the recently opened Basso Dino-Mine Adventure Playground. Organizers raised $250,000, mostly in private donations, for the playground, which was built with the help of more than 3...

CEU Student Allegedly Hit by Price Driver near College Dorms


A college student crosses 300 East at the corner of 500 North. College freshman Kaylie Brundage was reportedly struck while attempting to cross 300 East. Police reports indicated Brundage was wearing dark clothing as she attempted to cross the road...

USDA Awards Grants to Helper and East Carbon Public Safety Departments


East Carbon Mayor Orlando La Fontaine along with East Carbon City Police Chief Sam Leonard accept a USDA Grant from USDA State Director John R. Cox. The community facility grant will go towards purchasing new vehicles and updated equipment for the...

PRWID Board Plans to Impose Rate Increases Before New Year


The Price River Water Improvement District board confirmed on Tuesday its intentions to pursue a rate increase before the end of the year. Various figures have been thrown around by the board since financial advisers pointed to the need to increase r...

Driver Reportedly Rolls Pickup Truck near LDS Institute Of Religion on 400 North


A vehicle rolled over while the driver of the vehicle was traveling west on 400 North on Monday evening. According to police the driver swerved to miss a dog in the road and hit the curb, leaving the truck on its side in front of the former site of ...

Desert Wave Pool ready for colder winter weather


Price city public works department personnel install the final door on the south end of the wave pool on Tuesday. An annual event, the wave pool is covered in winter months to allow year-round use. The wave pool also began operating on its winter hou...

State announces Seventh District court judicial vacancy


Applications are now being accepted for a district court judge position in the Seventh Judicial District, which includes Carbon, Emery, Grand and San Juan counties. The positions will replace Judge Bruce K. Halliday who announced his retirement effec...

BLM Seeks Public Comments on Oil Shale Research


Today the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) announced the release of the Oil Shale Research, Development and Demonstration (RD&D) Environmental Assessment (EA) for a 30-day public comment period, which closes on October 18, 2006....

Sitla Boasts Revenue Increases for Schools


The School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration's financial results for fiscal year 2006 are in. The reports show that revenues produced by SITLA reached another record level. For FY 2006, gross revenues were $161.8 million - an increase of ...

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