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Published September 13, 2007

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WETC Hosts First Utah Mine Safety Commission Meeting

Price Mayor Joe Piccolo, DOGM Director John Baza and Chairman Scott Matheson, Jr. listen as a presentation concerning mine safety is made during the meetings at WETC.

Hero celebration to take place this weekend

Terry Fator and one of his buddies.

Price City council debates fiscal responsibility for farmers market

Produce at the Price Peace Gardens farmers market.

East Carbon residents participate in primary election

On Sept. 11 East Carbon City officials conducted the county's only primary election. The small municipality had nine individuals vying for three city council positions. The primary process shortened the ballot by three, eliminating Bonnie Bell, David...

Dogs make game of throw a stick, tug of war

Molly and Hannah, two labrador retrievers have a different idea from each other what is fun in the water. Molly, a strong, driven retriever will go after balls, sticks, rocks or whatever is thrown beyond her. In this case she went after a large stick...

Locked up keys can ruin a day, be costly

Reggie Valdez, Assistant Parts Manager at Price Auto Group helps a customer get a new key. The dealership can cut a new key for late model vehicles sold at their establishment with proof of ownership. ...

Library to host author

Author Dominic Pulera is currently traveling around the United States making presentations about Italian-American issues. As part of his speaking tour, he will visit Price on Sept. 25....

Local poets honored

Cathy Wilson was one of three Carbon County poets honored.

Pinnacle Canyon remembers 9/11

Sergeant First Class Waco Randall, Sergeant Steven Cane and Private First Class Alisha Hastings raise the flag to half mast honoring those who gave their lives on 9/11 2001. The entire crowd then recited the pledge of allegiance. ...

Association asks for volunteers

Just a little of the mess that was left after the second flood hit the Mead Ranch last week.

Emery Public Lands Council meets on a variety of land issues

Bill Broadbear of the U.S. Forest Service announced at Public Lands Council meeting the boat ramp contract for Huntington Lake has been let out to NELCO. The construction project should begin this week. ...

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