|Published October 18, 2007|
State, federal officials aid county battle against meth
One point five ounces of suspected methamphetamines are displayed at the office of the Carbon Metro Drug Task Force. The local agency reported that they seized this particular stash of drugs at a home in the Price area in August. ...
Immersion illuminates family services' challenges
Children frequently become upset when they are first removed from a home by a DCFS case worker. But many youngsters calm down after they arrive at a foster home. Case workers often remain at the foster home until the youngsters feel comfortable wit...
Halloween safety practices protect youngsters
13 month old Halton Hunt is ready to trick-or-treat on Oct. 31.
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County clerk's office announces voter registration deadline, balloting dates
Adult, youngsters enjoy outing at park on cool autumn day
Enjoying an outdoor excursion on a cool autumn day in Carbon County, Sue Rich swings youngsters Tenly Madsen, Aaliyah Ellingsworth and Amaya Ellingsworth at the Wellington city park. ...
Kiwanis Club selects, presents plaque to incoming president
Danny Blanton, outgoing president of the Price Kiwanis Club, presents Keith Mason with a plaque. The Price Kiwanis Club members recently selected Mason to serve as the group's new president....
Sun Center students contribute to community and area through volunteerism
Spring break 2007 found most College of Eastern Utah students on their own hanging out with their friends and family. The SUN Center's spring break took 14 students and its director, Kathy Murray, to the Navajo Reservation near Bluff. Kathy Murray, A...
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