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Published January 10, 2006

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Weather report forecasts winter storm in Castle Valley region

Lines of Carbon County residents take advantage of the warmer than average January temperatures and the sunny weather to wash the winter grime from motor vehicles on Monday morning. Forecasters predict that another winter storm will probably hit the ...

Dalpiaz takes oath to reassume Helper city mayor's position

Dean Armstrong and John Jones congratulate Helper Mayor Mike Dalpiaz following city government's swearing in ceremony last week. The former Helper mayor defeated a bid filed by Councilman Charles Buchanan at the 2005 polls and secured the opportunity...

Carbon-Emery team roping duo place second at National Finals Rodeo preliminary event, defeat competitors to capture cash prize

Castle Valley residents Blaine Jensen of Cleveland and Doreen McCourt of Wellington compete at the team roping events at the National Finals Rodeo at Las Vegas, Nev.

Carbon County officials discuss forestry contract, Dry Valley road closure

The Carbon County Commission met last Wednesday. The funding of a forester contract and the re-alignment of a county road in the Scofield area were the main items of business at the Jan. 4 regularly scheduled meeting. ...

Independent research report compares salaries of Utah's college, university graduates

A survey of 2004 graduates from Utah colleges and universities indicates that students earning bachelor's degrees earn less than $30,000 per year after obtaining employment at locations statewide....

Tractor-trailer rolls on coal-haul road

A Nielson Construction Company tractor-trailer lies on the vehicle's side after the truck reportedly overturned Monday morning while traveling along Ridge Road.

Crews focus on getting jump on construction, building projects

Jeff Robinson of Robinson Builders works on a new home in north Price. The man's construction company, Robinson Builders, is taking advantage of a break in the winter weather to work on projects....

Rod Released for Highway 6

This photo taken in 2001 shows Highway 6 between Price and Wellington looked just a few years ago. Now this section is a four lane highway.

Family Resource Center moving to Castle Valley Center

Janet Noyes carries some boxes as she moves the materials from the old Family Resource Center in south Price to the new location at the Castle Valley Center, 755 North Cedar Hills Drive. Noyes, the new manager of the center, said the center will be r...

Newspaper corrects tar sands, oil shale scoping meeting error

A recent article in the Sun Advocate announcing the times of the public scoping meetings scheduled for the United States Bureau of Land Management's oil shale and tar sands programmatic environmental impact statement contained an inadvertent error....

Public comment period extended on vegetation treatments proposal for federal lands administered by BLM

On Monday, the United States Bureau of Land Management announced the federal agency's intent to extend the public comment period on the proposed methods for treating and controlling vegetation on public lands. The federal agency will accept public in...

Fire department addresses fireplace safety

It seems that more than ever wood burning stoves and fireplaces are in vogue in the county.

Fossilized Forest Exhibition on Tap at CEU Museum

The CEU Prehistoric Museum presents the gallery opening of Fossilized Forests, the upcoming exhibition for the CEU Prehistoric Museum Art Gallery.

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