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Male role models interact with children, actively participate in education process

Theron 'Chub' Clark reads to grandson Brock Moosman as part of the Rural Utah Child Development's male involvement curriculum. At the Wellington Head Start location, male family members are encouraged to participate in classroom exercises allowing th...

Youth give Gift of Life at blood draw

Senior Keston Nielson donates a pint of blood at last week's Gift of Life donation effort at Carbon High. Shawnie Bradford assisted the first time donor during the blood draw which was sponsored by Mountain Star Blood Services of Ogden. Drawings are ...

Canine pushes through fence, but opts to remain on guard

After apparently pushing through a fence in northeast Price, a dog opts to remain on guard Monday rather than run free. Balanced by firmly planted paws, the canine watched alertly as people passed by the property....

Rwid Panel Fields Impact Fee Questions

The study developed for Price River Water Improvement District brought to light the struggle faced by similar entities across the state to comply with the impact fee formula regulation enacted by the current Utah Legislature....

Price reinforces water conservation call

At a press conference last Friday, Price Mayor Joe Piccolo stressed that things do not look good for the city or the county as far as water goes.

BLM Offers Reward in Petroglyph Vandalism

The United States Bureau of Land Management has offered a $500 reward for information leading to the prosecution of individuals vandalizing petro-glyphs in San Juan County.

Organization provides public service

Utah Highway Patrol Trooper Jason Marshall shows off one of several blanket and toy bear sets donated to the state law enforcement agency by workers from Carbon County School District's food service department. The district personnel made a number of...

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