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Published November 25, 2004

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Prescribed fire results in smoke sighting reports in area north of county airport


A combination of United States Bureau of Land Management personnel and employees from various fire agencies institute a number of 'black line' fires north and east of the Carbon County Airport. The fires were set last Friday and Saturday to form appr...

Lighthouse students participate in center's first science fair


Lighthouse student Tiffany Slama prepares a computer laptop presentation on wolves for the learning center's first science fair with the help of instructor Mike Bradshaw. The instructors and students attending school at the Lighthouse expect the scie...

Local pantry gathering holiday food items for Castle Valley residents in need


Johnny Lujan piles up the turkeys in the walk in freezer at the Carbon County Food Bank in preparation for Thanksgiving. There may seem to be a lot of turkeys in the box, but food bank officials indicate that local contributions are down for the year...

Board addresses gas well locations


Discussion involving how close gas wells are being drilled to residential areas was an important topic at the planning commission meeting earlier in the month. The commission asked the staff to study the problem and make recomendations. ...

Pinnacle tabulating student enrollment figures to secure high school recommendation


Pinnacle high school remains one of three applicants still being considered for recommendation by the Utah State Charter School Board.

Suspected scams target Carbon County citizens


On Monday, Helper Fire Chief Mike Zamantakis contacted the Sun Advocate to warn Carbon County residents about questionable fundraising calls from an out-of-state company. Claiming they are the Professional Fire Fighters of Utah, the callers are solic...

Snow on Soldier Summit means drivers beware over holiday


Traffic on Soldier Summit is light in this photo, but this weekend it will be heavy. The forecast calls for winter storms over the holiday and these conditions could become very dangerous on many roads in the area. Motorists are urged to be careful, ...

Taxpayers group discusses initiative one


On Nov. 2, Carbon County and Utah voters rejected initiative one by a 10 point margin although the proposal was expected to pass by a landslide.

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