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Published April 1, 2004

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Warm weather, lack of moisture create tinder-dry conditions

Wellington Fire Chief Scott Rowley sprays burning grass near the Union Pacific tracks on U.S. Highway 6 on Tuesday. Warm, dry weather has melted the snow and turned dry weeds into tinder for fires. The incident on Tuesday may have been caused by a p...

Helper police arrest suspect on drug charge

Helper city law enforcement department's new K-9 drug dog, Brooke, and Police Officer Lynn Archuleta display a bag of suspected marijuana seized by authorities following a March 28 traffic stop on U.S. Highway 6....

Sun Advocate dominates Utah Press competition

Sun Advocate publisher Ken Larson and members of the newspaper's editorial, advertising, circulation and production departments review the winning entries submitted in the Utah Press Association contest. The Carbon County newspaper captured several...

Recapping Carbon County's economic development efforts

The status of economic development efforts in Carbon County can be witnessed as people drive along Utah Highway 10 toward Emery County.

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