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Published February 22, 2005

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Wellington police track higher rates of speed

Wellington Police Chief Lee Barry sights in the laser radar to take readings on vehicles approaching the city from the direction of Price on U.S. Highway 6. Since the four lane opened up, Barry indicates that speeds on the road have increased and t...

Welding electronic sign on Main in Price

Aided by Chris Bilanzich below the lift, Brad White welds the bolts for an electronic sign at the corner of 800 East and Main Street in Price. Owned by Rick Krompel, the sign will be used to display the specials being offered at a number of business...

Tail-wagging watchdogs lounge atop truck, survey traffic traveling along city streets

Two canines survey the traffic traveling on the street by the United States Bureau of Land Management office last Thursday morning. When people approached the vehicle, the dogs wagged their tails in greeting then jumped down in the bed of the pickup...

SEUAOG Supports Oil, Natural Gas Tax Bill in Utah Senate

Gas and oil are taxed by both federal and state agencies. A bill currently in the state senate would bring 25 percent of state taxes on oil and gas back to the counties that support the industry. Counties already receive a porton of federal tax dol...

Authorities arrest, book male suspect into jail in aggravated assault case

An alleged assault last Tuesday on two people by a Wellington man landed the suspect in jail early Wednesday morning.

Carbon lawmakers fill seats on county boards

In the last few months, a number of the boards and committees the county has set up to oversee various areas have had vacancies occur.

Talent show raises funds for Cancer Society Relay for Life

Vocalists Kassidy and Kristy Sitterud perform a duet together.

Local church serves weekly lunch during Lent

Tami Wardle, Don Adams and Pam Adams wait to be served lenten lunch at the Community United Methodist Church in Price. Each week, a different denomination hosts the lunch; last week, Ascension St. Matthew's Church hosted the event. Lunch is served ea...

Running the presses in the past

A group of women watch the presses run at the Sun Advocate in the summer of 1960. People often come to the paper today and think they will see the same thing, but the paper has not been printed in Carbon County for a number of years. It is now printe...

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