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Poor weather delays installation of Kokopelli statue on Price Main Street

Danny Blanton and Gary Prazen prepare the base for the Kokopelli sculpture that will be mounted in the intersection of Main Street and 100 West in Price. Blanton and Prazen, the artist who sculpted the mystical flute player, worked on the base last w...

Trio prepares annual appreciation dinner

Sam Archuleta, Louis Wunnenberg and Becky Brotherson check the lasagna for the New Heights annual appreciation dinner on Nov. 9. New Heights assists men and women who are recovering from mental illness so that they may live enriched and satisfying l...

BLM Denies Barrett's Request to Continue Drilling at Nine Mile

Two accidents on Nine Mile Road contributed to the BLM's decision to deny Bill Barrett Corporation's exception request, according to the Price BLM.

Fraudulent charities prey on generosity

Carbon County has earned a widely spread reputation for the generosity of local residents. Charitable organizations provide invaluable educational, philanthropic and humane services, fulfilling a crucial role in the county, across Utah and throughout...

New programs at college indicate trend for higher education needs

The Utah State University program at College of Eastern Utah will add the secondary teacher education program for the first time to its curriculum for the spring 2005 semester. ...

Carbon County students revisit era of ancient Fremont Indians

Third grader Tyson Austin grinds corn in clay pots made by ancient Fremont Indians. Austin's class at Creekview Elementary was one of several school groups studying unique specimens from the Utah Museum of Natural History at Zions Bank in Price last ...

CEU Staff Hosts Fundraiser, Donates to Develop Scholarship for One More Student

The College of Eastern Utah classified staff are helping students in more ways than one.

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