Quirky, extraordinary stories highlight 2011
"When he did it the first day, I was in shock," said Price's 16-year-old son, Rain.
It started out as a prank, a way for Price to have a little fun and playfully embarrass his son. But it turned into a yearlong event, with a new costume each day.
"He always brought smiles to kids on the bus," said Myron Carlson, the school bus driver.
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- Utes fill three future football... 46
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- College football: BYU receives votes in... 29