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Published April 4, 2006

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Bryner highlights 7th District Court's evolving caseload


Judge and Mrs. Bryce Bryner visit with Price Police Capt. Kevin Drolc during a retirement open house presented by the 7th District Court. Originally appointed to the bench in January 1989, Judge Bryner handled the civil and criminal matters process...

Internet trend attracts local youth's attention


Police Chief George Zamantakis reminds students at Helper Junior High about safe Internet browsing habits. The students recently graduated from the Drug Abuse Resistance Education (DARE) program. Using newly developed curriculum, much of the course...

Sun Advocate garners recognition in 2005 statewide newspaper contest


Newly named production manager Kelly Wilkinson and ad manager Jenni Fasselin display the four first place awards the Sun Advocate captured in the 2005 Utah Press Association Better Newspaper Contest. ...

Bowman retires from search and rescue duties


Laurie Bowman is retiring after 18 years with the Carbon County Sheriff's search and rescue organization. On Wednesday he was presented with a plaque honoring him for his years of faithful service. Sheriff James Cordova and county search and rescue c...

Storm hammers Castle Valley


Pea-sized hail fell across much of Carbon County last week, acompanied by thunder and lightening. In some places, hail piled as deep as two inches.

Kiwanis Club drums up money through radio auction


Paul Anderson, Richard Root and Dave Child work at the bid board during the annual Kiwanis radio auction. The auction is held to fund kids programs the Kiwanis Club contributes to during the year, which includes the annual Kids Day at the park in Sep...

Feds lay out bird flu plans


Secretary of Agriculture Mike Johanns, Secretary of the Interior Gale A. Norton and Secretary of Health and Human Services Michael Leavitt have moved to further ensure the protection of people, domestic poultry and wild birds by unveiling an enhanced...

Shurtleff announces new bulletproof vest settlement


Attorney General Mark Shurtleff announced Friday that owners of certain Gator Hawk Armor, Inc. ballistic vests may be eligible for benefits under a class action lawsuit. The lawsuit involves vests containing the material Zylon, including the Excel L...

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