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Published October 3, 2006

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Emergency crews, canine teams complete final recovery effort


Courtney Seal and members of her family sift through loose soil as search and rescue crews dig into a location of interest to cadaver dogs in Garley Wash on Saturday. The Seals' youngest son, Jayden, was swept from the family's vehicle at the end of ...

Fire Department, Hazmat Squad Respond to Gas Spill Incident at Convenience Store


Price City Fire Department and Carbon County HAZMAT crews work to clean up a gas spillat 300 East Main after a motorist reportedly ran over the transmission line, severing it from the filling tank. Officials reported that nearly 40 gallons of vehicl...

Carbon officials prepare to complete 2007 budget cycle


As Carbon lawmakers prepare to hammer out the details of next year's budget, county officials expect modest increases in revenue sources.

Students request Price's assistance in remedying traffic conditions by CEU


College of Eastern Utah student leaders approached Price officials at last Wednesday's council meeting with concerns about traffic conditions on the roads bordering CEU, primarily 300 East and 400 North. ...

Employment expansion rate starting to level off at locations throughout Utah


Utah's employment growth is leveling off as companies are encountering difficulty in filling available positions at locations across the state.

Elementary students collect bedding for Utah troops in Iraq


Members of Wellington Elementary's student council prepare bedding for delivery to Utah troops stationed in Iraq. After finding out that 80 Utah soldiers were stationed in Iraq without sheets, council advisor Melanie Huff rallied the students to do s...

Chief executives forecast improving financial future for businesses across Utah


The majority of chief executive officers for businesses operating at locations across Utah are optimistic about the financial future and predict that their companies' health will improve in the next quarter....

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