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Published December 21, 2006

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Many consumers try to stretch shopping dollars by waiting for last minute bargains


Melissa Hansen assists customers with last minute purchases at JCPenney on Wednesday. According to a study by the National Retail Federation, the average American couple will spend $1,476 on holiday gifts, food and decor. Many consumers try to stret...

Board of education members decide to name school Bruin Point Elementary


Principal Melissa Hamilton and elementary students Harley Barker, Louie Peterson, Brittany Hurtado and Kearston Hamblin display a banner proclaiming the name of the new school being built in Sunnyside....

Santa sneaks away from North Pole


Santa sneaks away from North Pole, casts lines with Frosty at Helper fishing spot.

Commission selects alternate location for impound facility


With the county jail as a backdrop, a parcel of county land has been put to more use as a parking lot by neighbors since plans were scrapped to build an ambulance garage at the site. County commissioners said last week that they plan to build an ex...

Community rallies to spread holiday cheer across county


Bicycles and toys crowd the angel tree at the Eastern Utah Community Credit Union. This year alone the credit union will provide nearly 300 individuals with toys. Kate Alleman of the United Way, said the angel tree as whole will provide gifts to ov...

Post card donation part of larger family story


Catherin Alaei, who helps to manage special collections at the CEU library, looks through the 'folder postcard' that was donated to the college by the Knowles family. The collection can be viewed by the public....

Tower production correction


An article announcing the layoff of 114 coal workers published in the Dec. 19 edition of the Sun Advocate incorrectly reported the production status at Tower mine.

CIB Approves More Than $10 Million for Southeast Region


The Utah Permanent Community Impact Fund Board met on Dec. 7, and approved $10,430,000 in grants and low-interest loans to provide assistance for communities in the southeast region of Utah. This meeting marks the end of the Board's three funding cyc...

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