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Published April 20, 2006

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Sunnyside Junction accident injures motorists on Tuesday afternoon


Emergency response crews work to free two individuals trapped in a Honda Civic at the Junction of U.S. Highway 6 and Utah Highway 123. The accident occurred after the driver of a Chevrolet Monte Carlo reportedly attempted to turn left off of Highway ...

North Price gets new concrete walks


Workers lay concrete for a new sidewalk on 300 East and 1200 North. The new walks will connect the neighborhood with the new park that is at the end of the street. The pour was nearly finished on Wednesday morning....

Not a place for quakes? Think again


The epicenter of the 1988 Ferron Quake was near this spot in the San Rafael Swell. Earthquakes have been happening in the area for a long time.

County will focus on east section of trail this year


An ATV enthusiast enjoys a ride on a wooded trail. The western part of the proposed Carbon County multiple use trail will not be in the plan for this year, but will probably be included in future years....

Hydrology study tops list of items at PRWID


The Price River Water Improvement District met Tuesday night. The main focus of the meeting was sewer priority lists and hydrology studies.

Different view of Helper


While most people only see the Helper rail yard from Main Street or by the ball park, this view, taken from the south provides a different look at the way the rail cars are lined up in the yard....

Your identification please


A cattle tag identifies this young calf near the Carbon-Emery County border. The plastic tags have not replaced branding but do act as an easy identifier when cattle are mixed together....

Identify where this broken building is


This broken down building lies somewhere in the confines of Carbon County. The reader who is the first to identify where this building is will receive a free 3 month subscription to the Sun Advocate. ...

Pigs get frozen surprise as weather cools


These pigs nip at grain behind their frozen water trough on Wednesday morning. The area has experienced a sudden reversal of weather in the last couple of days, with temperatures that feel more like early March than late April. While most blossoms on...

Prehistoric monster invades local home


A wire-framed dinosaur arrived mysteriously at a Price resident's house just more than a week ago. The homeowner recognized the figure from its appearance in a parade last year....

Carbon math students top the state in number of awards received


Sally Mauro Elementary math winners and teachers include Mrs. Fossat, sixth grade; Mrs. Rudman, sixth grade; Mrs.Tatton, fifth grade; Mrs. Barker, fifth grade; Mrs. Oliver, fourth grade; Mrs. Railsback, elementary math specialist. The state winners...

Student awarded dollars for good grades


Erroll Holt of the Price Branch of Zions bank awards Mason Gramlick a $150 scholarship for earning A's on his report card during ceremonies at Mont Harmon Junior High on March 17. Mason is a regional winner of the award and is now automatically elig...

Faculty members garner awards


Two College of Eastern Utah faculty members were awarded the Utah System of Higher Education's Exemplary Faculty Use of Technology Award for 2005-06. The awards were presented to the faculty members by Board of Regent Commissioner Richard E. Kendell ...

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