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Published March 29, 2007

Local News

Rider Cited for DUI After Motorcycle Collides with Parked Truck


Law enforcement and emergency personnel assist 47-year-old motorcyclist Kevin Burke of Price on Sunday afternoon. Price police reported that Burke was cited for driving under the influence of an intoxicant (DUI) after his eastbound motorcycle collide...

Workers lay concrete


Workers lay concrete during early morning hours at natural resources building site

Prescription drug abusers face criminal prosecution


With a growing abuse of prescription medications, local behavioral health has redoubled efforts to deal with the problem.

College prepares for applied tech merger, partnership with USU


College of Eastern Utah President Ryan Thomas told faculty and staff Wednesday he believes new opportunities will be created for communities across the eastern region of the state and for faculty at CEU....

Public health district offers free meningitis vaccine


The Southeastern Utah Health District has a limited amount of meningococcal vaccine available free of charge to Castle Valley residents.

Carbon County News Briefs


Residents failing to monitor controlled burns face paying costs for assistance

Winter snow, dropping temperatures cool spring conditions


Richard Mills strolls under the only tree on Main Street in Price to burst into spring colors before colder temperatures and winter snow flurries invaded Carbon County and the Castle Valley area. ...

Swirling dust create hazy visibility


Powerful gusts of wind, swirling dust create hazy visibility.

CEU Founders Day Salutes Success


Charles and Christine Ackerson with President Ryan Thomas.

Land exchanges to provide additional revenue for rural counties across Utah


A bill passed by the 2007 Utah Legislature will provide significant revenue to many of Utah's rural counties.

Foam in Green River could be naturally caused


A foamy substance discovered floating in the Sand Wash area of the Green River two weeks ago contains no harmful chemicals, according to preliminary test results conducted by the Division of Water Quality....

Palm Sunday breakfast


The St. Anthony's Knights of Columbus for men and young men are holding their annual Palm Sunday breakfast on April 1 at 9:30 a.m.

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