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Published July 22, 2010

Carbon County News

Car-motorcycle collision kills decorated veteran

A Price motorcyclist was killed in a head-on collision with a car on SR-10 about 10 miles south of Price Tuesday morning. Utah Highway Patrol Trooper Levi Oman identified the victim as 68-year-old Glenn Silvis....

Arts group wants to unlock potential of Rio Theatre, City delivers the keys

Jinni Fontana-Lund of the Helper Arts Council has keys to the city's Rio Theatre doors, courtesy of the town's government. The keys are as much symbolic as they are practical. Helper City wants the arts group to unlock the potential of the buildi...

Price City honors officers who saved infant's life

Because their actions helped save the life of a young child, two Price City police officers were awarded medals of meritorious service at a Price City council meeting last week....

Union Pacific works to enhance awareness of railroad crossings

Coming down the track at only 20 miles per hour, the Union Pacific Engine is making the trip through Price passing each crossing. Before reaching the intersection, the engineer hits a button activating the whistle to notify cars and pedestrians n...

'Prepare Your Ark'

Robyn Rolfe listens intently as Marjean Hansen and Jennifer Stefanoff from 911 Price Communication Center explains about earthquake safety in the home, business and school. The LDS 4th and 5th ward hosted this event on Tuesday from 6 to 9 pm. Coo...

Metallic menagerie draws stares

A truck from Prescott Studios of Santa Fe, N.M. passed through Price on Tuesday. The difference between this big flatbed trailer and others going through town was its cargo; over a dozen animal sculptures made of metal. The colors and shapes almo...

Enjoying fireworks safely

Seven-year-old Karson Root - with adult supervision - gets a kick out of painting sparkling arcs of light in the night sky. Public safety officials urge parents to keep a close eye on children with fireworks to prevent accidents that could ruin a...

Agrosecurity training and plan to be put in place

Utah State University Cooperative Extension is collaborating with state agencies to protect Utah's agriculture and food. Strengthening Community Agrosecurity Planning (S-CAP) workshops were developed to provide two-day training for community plan...

Redevelopment area growth provides help for housing

Growth in the county's Redevelopment Agency area on west Ridge Road is going to bring a little extra help to low-income emergency housing assistance.

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