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Published November 14, 2006

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Residents, former military personnel observe Veterans Day

Residents, former military personnel observe Veterans Day at Peace Garden ceremony.

County clerk's office experiences minor glitches in election process

Gene House and Ben Martinez remove the paperwork and the memory card from an electronic voting machine last Tuesday night after the polls closed. Poll workers were responsible for all the materials, printed paper canisters and memory cards that ca...

Guardsman returns to Carbon County after active duty in Iraq

Doug Parsons looks at family and friends as he arrives at the junction of U.S. 6 and SR-123 on Sunday. Parsons returned Nov. 12 from a 15-month tour of duty with the 144th Area Support Medical Company of the Utah National Guard in Iraq. Parsons is a...

Price Approves City's Proposals for CIB Funding

During the Nov. 8 council meeting, Price officials conducted a public hearing concerning the 2007 funding proposals the city will submit to the Utah Permanent Community Impact Board. ...

Utah's economy continues to expand, but labor shortages reported statewide

Utah's economy continues to post some of the strongest growth in the state's history.

Local motorist questions gas price discrepancy at pumps in Carbon, Utah counties

Gasoline prices hover near $2.50 per gallon at pumps in the Castle Valley region. On Friday, a Carbon County resident reported that he paid $2.08 per gallon at a pump in Provo last week. He was concerned about the 40 cent per gallon discrepancy in ga...

Castle Heights Elementary strives for Gold Medal School status

Students at Castle Heights point out their destinations Thursday. Castle Heights is working toward becoming a Gold Medal School. To achieve this students have set a goal of walking from Utah to Disneyland in Florida, Paris and Tokyo. They will have...

Greek Orthodox Church marks 90th year in county

A photographer captures the Assumption Greek Orthodox Church on film after the building was completed in 1916. Construction on the project started in February and, in May 1916, Father Petrakis was assigned to the church. The building in Price was d...

Utahns urged to begin saving during 'Save Your Change Week'

One desk drawer at the Sun Advocate yielded more than $2.50 in loose change. As part of the Utah Saves initiative sponsored by United Way of Salt Lake, Utahns are encouraged to put that loose change to work by putting it into a savings account, whe...

Soroptimist host annual winetasting event

Several attendees at last week's winetasting event wait for the chef to prepare a selection.

New state, national rankings list top 10 most stolen vehicles

A Utah motorists with a 1997 Honda Civic, now owns one of the most popular cars on the road. According to the Hot Wheels Report issued two weeks ago by the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB), that car was the most stolen vehicle in U...

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