|Published December 28, 2006|
Two-vehicle accident near east Price interchange claims life of Carbon County teen
Emergency and law enforcement crews respond to the scene of a fatal accident early Saturday morning on U.S. Highway 6 near the east Price junction with Utah Highway 55. Reports from Utah Highway Patrol indicate that the driver of a small red car, a 1...
Law enforcement agencies launch effort to combat impaired driving
Responsible friends take the keys from drinking acquaintances, making sure people have no chance to climb behind the wheel inebriated. Local law enforcement agencies and the Utah Highway Patrol will have extra officers on shift during the New Year'...
Sign company repairs weather damage
A Young Electric Sign Company employee repairs the yellow arches rising on the corner of Main Street and 400 East in Price. Many signs are repaired after sustaining damage from the sun and wind. ...
PRWID Experiences '06 Budget Increase
At the close of its 2006 budget year, the Price River Water Improvement District posted $121,246 in unanticipated revenues.
DWS Evaluates Employment, Job Projection Data
The highest paying occupations in Utah through 2014 will require post high school or university educations, while the sector creating the most employment opportunities statewide will offer lowest wages,....
Occupants Escape Serious Injury When Sports Utility Vehicle, Truck Collide on U.S. 6
Law enforcement and emergency personnel surround a sports utility vehicle damaged in a Dec. 22 collision with a semi truck on U.S. Highway 6 in east Wellington. The SUV, with two female occupants from Wellington, was traveling east on U.S. 6 when t...
Range Creek article correction
In the Dec. 19 issue of the Sun Advocate, the newspaper incorrectly identified the woman in a photo accompanying the article titled "DWR officer discovers ancient relic in Range Creek."...
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