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Published February 3, 2005

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Animal owners encouraged to schedule annual checkups


Dr. Boyd Thayn spends a lot of time daily examining small animals like Dumpster to not only troubleshoot existing physical conditions, but to identify potential problems the critters may incur in the future. Residents are encouraged to have pets exam...

Planning board delays acting on Rim Rock subdivision requests


The view from Broken Mesa is spectacular when the sun casts a golden light on the cliffs. The county planning board delayed acting on zoning and concept design requests for development of a subdivision on the mesa after concerns about drainage emer...

Residents hauling debris to county landfill urged to cover loads


Paula Lindt inspects a covered load of refuse hauled by a resident to the county landfill near Airport Road. Garbage must be separated and dumped in designated areas. Certain chemicals and petroleum products are prohibited. The landfill is open from ...

County earmarks COPs funds to launch drug court program


Carbon commissioners have earmarked the county's latest federal community oriented policing revenues to fund the implementation of a local adult drug court program.

Utah Utility, National Institute Question Competition Staged on Reality TV Show


While reality television programs appear to reflect real life situations, most viewers recognize that the shows are staged events designed for entertainment.

Contractor, construction workers renovating apartment complex in northeast Price


Charles Moore pounds nails to secure the siding being put up as part of the renovation of the Cedar Hills Apartments on 800 North in Price. The new siding and other building additions have spruced up the entire complex. The nearly 30-year-old struct...

Price presents award to city employee


Brianna Welch accepts Price city's employee of the year award Wednesday.

Library displays animals, sets new hours


Employee Jo Varner shows off Peaches, one of the animals on display at the Price City Library. Along with the pet rat, the mini-zoo includes two guinea pigs named Lavern and Shirley, a black bear hamster pegged as BB and Rosie, the tarantula....

Cub Scout Pack 285 visits Sun Advocate, learn about publishing newspapers


Cub Scouts in Pack 285's webelos, bear and wolf dens stopped by the local paper to learn about communications. As part of the tour, the scouts learned about the different secions of a paper as well as the production process....

Pair retire from search and rescue


Carbon County Sheriff James Cordova along with Carbon County Search and Rescue commander Frank Publiese, stand with Bill Burton and Gary Lyon, who are retiring from the search and rescue service. Both men have served over 25 years with the search and...

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