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Published February 19, 2013

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Sorrow and forgiveness

In the days following a shocking murder/suicide at the Donaldson residence in southwest Price, decorations and kind words have begun to sprout on the home where the tragedy occurred. Through the children of Scott and Shaniel Donaldson, two Castle Val...

Drug testing may resume at Carbon High

Last spring two young men who went to Carbon High were busted for having controlled substances in their possession one day during their school lunch break. It happened downtown and they got in a good deal of trouble....

Swimming for Coach Foster

The youngest competitor looked to be Kindergarten or first grade age, the oldest - well, it wasn't snow making their hair white. All the swimmers, 65 to 70 of them, showed up to churn the indoor Price pool at the benefit swim meet for coach Stu Fo...

Utah Senate confirms Pero for State Tax Commission, Dems nominate new auditor

Robert Pero sailed through the Utah Senate confirmation process Friday with a unanimous vote to appoint him to the Utah Tax Commission.

DWR Advisory Council seat open

The Southeast Regional Wildlife Advisory Council (RAC) hopes to fill a vacancy for a sportsmen's representative on its council. The council represents a gamut of wildlife interests in Carbon, Emery, Grand and San Juan counties. ...

Rocky Mountain Power announces 2-for-1 match on donations to needy

Rocky Mountain Power has announced it will match customer contributions to the Lend a Hand program with $2 for every $1 donated. All funds are used to help those in Utah communities who are finding it difficult to cover the cost of necessities su...

CIB approves grants, loans for SE Utah communities

The Utah Permanent Community Impact Board (CIB) approved $4,558,596 in grants and low interest loans for projects that will benefit Southeastern Utah communities in Grand, Emery and San Juan counties during a regularly scheduled funding meeting he...

Trails End egg hunt March 23

The eighth annual Trails End Realty Easter Egg Hunt will be held in Price Pioneer Park March 23 at 10 a.m. Each year, the company joins with sponsors to benefit one or more local charities and provide a morning of fun for kids....

Big game applications due March 4

Applications to hunt big game-including deer-are due through no later than 11 p.m. on March 4.

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