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Sign repair takes place high in the air


A Young Electric Sign Company employee endeavors to repair a damaged marquee at a local fast food restaurant last Thursday. The work requires at least two people, one in the basket to repair or replace the sign and one on the ground to control the e...

Shooting range takes major step toward becoming reality


Commissioners Steve Burge, Mike Milovich and Bill Krompel approve a CIB grant contract to build an indoor shooting range at the county fairgrounds.

Vehicle-train collision appears to involve odd circumstances, chain of events


Rescue crews and law enforcement authorities responded to the scene of an auto-train accident Jan. 9 across the highway from Old Wellington Road.

Authorities investigate fatal shooting incident


The Price City Police Department continues to conduct the official investigation into the Jan. 10 shooting incident that resulted in the death of a 22-year-old male subject.

Price City Council members vote to save downtown tree


At the last two city council meetings, the issue of trees vs. business in downtown Price was a hot topic of discussion.

Price City Council members vote to save downtown tree


Last September, Price city was faced with a dilemma when the boiler at the community swimming pool failed and purchasing a new one would cost substantially more than what was budgeted toward related repairs....

Castle Valley family marks arrival of fifth generation infant


Great-great-grandmother Genevieve Preston, mother Cristen Johnson, grandmother Diane Carlson and great-grandmother Colleen Potts welcome fifth generation baby Ty Steven Johnson into the family fold....




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