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Published October 17, 2006

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Halloween approaches and kids go after pumpkins

Second grade students from Castle Heights Elementary look and choose pumpkins from the back of Richard Hackwell's pickup truck on Monday morning. Each year Hackwell distributes pumpkins to all the second graders in the county and then holds a contest...

Pro-access groups, supporters protest Muddy River road closure

Richard Beardall crosses into an area near Hidden Splendor mine that was recently closed by the BLM. Beardall and pro-access supporters protested the closure of the road into the Muddy River last Saturday....

Price considers Homestead loop project proposal

The Homestead Boulevard loop proposes to extend Cedar Hills Drive and Homestead Boulevard and link them with a new east west facility. The planned facility would create a northern loop for the city of Price and would make access to the area easier...

Paving work starts on Carbonville Road improvement project

Southbound motorists travel along a paved section of Carbonville Road on Monday. Construction crews have applied blacktop to approximately a one-mile stretch of roadway starting near where Price Main Street connects to the highway. Paving is part of ...

Carbon County Food Bank receives donation from community health awareness team

The community health and awareness team donates nearly $700 to the Food Bank at a ceremony at Castleview Hospital. CHAT raised the funds at last year's health fair. The proceeds will go toward helping the needy in our area. The 2006 health fair will ...

CEU Automotive Students, Department Present Refurbished Van to Active Re-entry

College of Eastern Utah automotive students Spanky Harris, Holly Scott and Quinn Holliday stand nearby as Daniel Royer presents Richard Jewkes of Carbon County Active Re-Entry with the title to a refurbished van as Kathy Murray watches. The students ...

Construction moving along on pool in Helper

A worker works on a wall on the Helper pool that is under construction near Helper Park. The pool which has been financed through a number of methods, including some private donations, is going up quickly....

Cowboy Action Shooters

Iris Howe aka "Cowboy Murder'n Maude" tells the troops that safety is first. Cowboy action shooting is one of the fastest growing sports in all competitive shooting. Competitors use replica guns from a period ranging from 1860-1890 to speed shoot tar...

Utah continues to grow in population

Governor Jon Huntsman lauded the continued growth of Utah as the U.S. Census Bureau anticipated the arrival of the United States' 300 millionth resident.

Gasoline prices drop across the state, but not below national

Despite double-digit drops in gasoline prices this past month, Utah's average gasoline prices this past month, Utah's average gasoline price is still among the highest in the country, according to a new report from AAA Utah, which tracks gas prices a...

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