History of Price, Utah
Taken from the Utah History Encyclopedia (Links Added)

Price has a variety of stores and businesses, as well as many parks, recreational facilities, schools, and a full-service hospital. Price is also the home of the College of Eastern Utah, a rapidly growing community college. The recent expansion and remodeling of CEU's Prehistoric Museum have made it one of the best of its kind in the world.

The economy of Price is very much tied to the coal industry, and therefore has been through many up and down cycles; but Price remains today the commercial and cultural center of Castle Valley. Its population in 1990 was 8,712. Price has always been and continues to be unique among Utah towns.

Jane Lyman Johnson

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