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Published July 31, 2007

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Price city public safety work to save one of their own following a downtown collision


Wade Marinoni works on accident victim Ron Fowler of Price following a July 27 collision. Fowler, who works for Price city was stuck while riding his motorcycle south along Carbon Avenue according to Price police. Police went on to report that Fowler...

Police continue investigation into Dino-Mine vandalism


A photo of vandalism that occured on July 26 at the Dino-Mine Adventure Park. According to Price City Police Chief Alec Shilaos, the city's public works and parks department are looking into further protective measures to insure the safety of the par...

The full moon rises


The full moon rises over the Book Cliff Mountains on July 30

WETC Prepares to Operate Pilot Clean Coke Plant at Center


On July 26, the Western Energy Training Center announced plans to put a clean coke pilot plant into production at its facilities near Helper.

PRWID Evaluates Developments, Demands Placed on District System


During the last Price River Water Improvement District meeting, John Houston Development proposed to create a subdivision above the existing water tank on Airport Road.

U.S. Senate Appropriation Committee Allocates Federal Grant Revenues to Upgrade Sunnyside's Fire Equipment


On July 27, Sen. Bob Bennett announced that three Utah fire departments will receive more than $230,000 in grants to enhance operations and replace outdated equipment.

Local residents converse after a head-on collision along Main Street in Price


Price city police officers go over the events that led up to a July 27 accident on Main Street. According to Price city police, Kristie Burdan reportedly failed to stop at the light located on 300 East and Main Street. She then purportedly struck a ...

Local residents converse after a head-on collision along Main Street in Price


Price city police officers go over the events that led up to a July 27 accident on Main Street. According to Price city police, Kristie Burdan reportedly failed to stop at the light located on 300 East and Main Street. She then purportedly struck a ...

Student educates public about Americans with Disabilities Act


Volunteer Kelly Chriswell assists Randy Lee Mecham with her presentation on ADA.

Student educates public about Americans with Disabilities Act


Volunteer Kelly Chriswell assists Randy Lee Mecham with her presentation on ADA.

Four Members Of Extended Family Graduate from Suu, Receive Bachelor's Degrees


Melanie Oveson, Seth Oveson, Linda Garvin and Stephanie Garvin recently graduated from Southern Utah University.

Four members of extended family graduate from SUU, receive bachelor's degrees


Melanie Oveson, Seth Oveson, Linda Garvin and Stephanie Garvin recently graduated from Southern Utah University.

Local merchants host Rocky Mountain Monument Builders Convention in Price


Pat Worley and Jill Jensen of Worley Jensen Monuments discuss the success of this years convention. The event was conducted at the Greenwell Inn and included 14 retailers and 14 suppliers from Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, Idaho and half of Montana. Worle...

Local merchants host Rocky Mountain Monument Builders Convention in Price


Pat Worley and Jill Jensen of Worley Jensen Monuments discuss the success of this years convention. The event was conducted at the Greenwell Inn and included 14 retailers and 14 suppliers from Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, Idaho and half of Montana. Worle...

Wellington residents grow old with centennial city


Azella Bradley poses with her mother-in-law in front of one of Carbon County's first automobiles.

Wellington residents grow old with centennial city


Azella Bradley poses with her mother-in-law in front of one of Carbon County's first automobiles.

WAAIME Grants Scholarships to Local Students Attending Utah


Students Carson Pollastro, Mathew Griffiths, Johnathan Heiner, Ferrin Prince, Nathan Armstrong, and Women's Auxiliary to the Mining, Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers scholarship chair Gail LaFrentz stand during ceremonies to award scholarships. ...

WAAIME grants scholarships to local students attending Utah


Students Carson Pollastro, Mathew Griffiths, Johnathan Heiner, Ferrin Prince, Nathan Armstrong, and Women's Auxiliary to the Mining, Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers scholarship chair Gail LaFrentz stand during ceremonies to award scholarships. ...

Utah leads nation in job creation, while population continues to boom statewide


Utah continues to lead the United States in job creation, reporting a 4.5 employment growth rate for the year ending in May.

Division presents workshop for parents and children at CEU


A workshop called "Joining Together to Overcome Obstacles and Making a Difference" will be presented at the College of Eastern Utah on Sept.11.

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