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Castle Valley Center Prom brings kids together

David Darling and Brittany McKibben dance and have fun during the annual Castle Valley Center Prom that was held on Friday.

Water outlook poor for present growing season

Runoff water pours over a drop in the Price River during the runoff season in April of 2005. That year it appeared a drought that was seven years long might be over. But low precipitation this past winter shows the dry spell might be rearing its he...

Jaws of Life take two from vehicle

Wellington's rescue five work to pull accident victims from wreckage following a serious collision on U.S. Highway 6. According to Utah State Trooper John Vasquez both passengers of the vehicle were taken to Castleview Hospital following the April 27...

Kiwanis Club experiences the heat

Kiwanis Club member Richard Tatton gives the thumbs up as firefigher Frank Peczuh gets him ready to enter the tower.

Wellington Council addresses development

City councilmembers in Wellington may be reviewing its position regarding a possible trailer park within the city. City officials discussed the matter briefly at a April 25 council meeting....

Spring Concert Shows Off Talents Of CEU Students

Dancers from the College of Eastern Utah Dance Department do a number on the stage of the Geary Theater during last weeks Spring Dance Concert. The concert, which ran on both the evenings of April 27 and 28, was a success with people walking away tal...

City spruce up contest to begin soon

Beau Moynier trims out weeds in front of a local business. The Price Community Progress Committee along with Price city officials will be sponsoring the Annual Yard of the Month contest beginning the middle of this month. This year the committee has...

Summertime brings added danger to children

A little girl maneuvers through the bars at the Dino super playground. Child safety is a big issue when constructing playgrounds, and should be on everyone's minds when doing any activity with children whether it be biking or hiking....

Dare Essay Winners Present Works to Price City Council

Otto DeGroff reads his Dare essay to the Price city council.

CEU Business Students Win at Nationals

Randon Kerr, Daren Larsen and Kellan Stevens, College of Eastern Utah students, show off their winnings at the national DEX conference. While most CEU students spent the last week of classes preparing for finals, these three business students travele...

Cleveland Lloyd rededicated in weekend ceremonies

A good crowd showed up for the rededication that took place on Saturday morning.

Police academy graduates from Carbon County presented to county

Graduates from Carbon County of the first class of the police academy that was donated to the state by Larry Miller pose along with their bosses. Pictured are Price Police Chief Aleck Shilaos along with officer Jesse Carlton; Wellington Police Chief ...

Southeastern Utah road construction report

Southeastern Utah road construction report

Arbor Day means the planting of trees

Students, school district employees and officials of Price city planted a tree at Castle Heights Elementary School in commemoration of Arbor Day last week. The tree planting has become a ritual at the school on every Arbor Day, with trees now lining ...

USU Extension Offers Three Business Degrees Through Price Campus

The Utah State University College of Business plans to offer two new business degrees through its regional campuses and centers this fall.

Canyon Fuel gets environmental awards

The Utah Board of Oil, Gas and Mining presented 2007 Earth Day awards to two divisions of Canyon Fuel Company, LLC, during ceremonies held today at the Utah Department of Natural Resources. Earth Day awards recognize companies, organizations or indi...

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