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Published October 4, 2005

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Motorists winterizing vehicles as temperatures drop in valley


Donny Norvell wipes off a car at Adams Motors in Price. Carbon County residents are preparing for winter by winterizing vehicles. It is common for motorists to make preparations for colder weather by checking and changing engine fluids as well as app...

Company trains 2005 election judges


Lloyd Carr demonstrates the use of a signature guide to election judges at a training seminar last Thursday. Carr's business prints election materials for Carbon County and he reminded judges that 2005 will be the last year the state will use a punch...

County officials endorse Internet access agreement


Carbon/Emery Telcom and the county commission agreed to enter into a contract that will expand the telecommunications provider's service area and solve a communications issue related to the ambulance garage....

Wellington council delays acting on request to purchase city land


City cleanup was the main item of discussion at the Wellington council meeting last Wednesday.

Educational philosophies reflect changing times


Many parents in Carbon County may remember getting milk and graham crackers in kindergarten as 5-year-olds.

People, animals wonder what weather is in store


The grass is greener on the other side for Zowee the cat. Both animals and people across Carbon County enjoyed the late summer weather over the past couple of weeks before temperatures dropped ahead of the pending cold. Fall officially began on Sept....

First light creates odd shapes in shadows cast on fence


The morning sun sometimes can cast strange shadows. These images show through a chain link fence that has privacy slats, but it is hard to tell what they are. The first reader of the Sun Advocate who calls and identifies where these images are locate...

Group finishes remodeling efforts at Boy Scout trading post


Price Lions Club project chairman Barry Cook looks at remodeling work completed at the Boy Scouts of America trading post at Scofield Frontier base camp. Originally constructed by the club with the group's projects money, the facility currently hous...

Flu clinic available for individuals at high-risk


Flu vaccine, which is shipped in phases, has arrived at Southeastern Utah District Health Department.

Venician presentation on tap for Columbus Day dinner


A presentation on the city of Venice, Italy, is scheduled for the annual Columbus Day dinner sponsored by Helper's Italian-American lodge, Stella D'America.

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