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Published October 10, 2006

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Painting of the faces is part of Oktoberfest's tradition in Price


Lauren Wilkinson gets her face painted during the Oktoberfest celebration at the Elks Club on Saturday evening. The event, held every year by the Notre Dame Parish, features ethnic foods, kiddie games, a silent raffle, craft boutiques, giveaways and ...

Storms take weekend off and bring out fall colors


The weekend break from the heavy rain of Thursday and Friday brought out some bright fall colors contrasted to the wet hills behind in many places around Castle Country. However, Monday morning the dark clouds were back and it rained almost continual...

Tractor trailer rig goes off road after hitting other vehicles stopped for light


The trailer end of a semi-truck sits perched on an embankment near mile marker 189 on U.S. Highway 6. A semi-truck heading east on U.S. Highway 6 allegedly failed to stop at a temporary light that had been placed on the highway. The light was being u...

County may consider creation of fire district


Price fire fighters prepare one another to walk into the structure that is causing all the smoke during a fire in Miller Creek last July. If the county creates a fire district, the fire fighters in the county might be led under a unified command sy...

Helper council discusses gravel pit and crushing operation concerns


The gravel pile which is next to K.C. Williams home can be a dust problem says the resident when it is dry.

Helper receives grant for video equipment


The Helper Police Department recently received some equipment to help them enhance video that is taken in the field for investigation purposes.

Roads in area damaged by rock falls in past few days


A couple of large rocks sit on a Castle Valley road where they landed after the dirt supporting them was undermined by the runoff from the heavy rain last week. The road in this spot was actually damaged by the rocks. In one place there is a dent abo...

Accident hurts one in Miller Creek


A near 9 p.m. accident sent one car off the road and into a pole in Miller Creek last Wednesday night. The area was very dark and it took reponders a few minutes to find the scene and help the woman who was injured....

Draft petition asks for unity on forests


With roadless and unroaded areas becoming more important all the time, and the fact that they also create a great deal of controversy particularly in rural areas, Governor John Huntsman's office has drafted a petition to the Department of Agriculture...

Art Gallery Exhibit Opens at CEU Prehistoric Museum


The work of two local artists will be on display at the College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum.

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