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Published January 22, 2008

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Construction crews work to finish waterline project in East Carbon


Crews working for Jones and DeMille near completion of East Carbon City's recent water project. The 766,000 project will lay a pressurized pipeline from the riding club in Sunnyside's Whitmore Canyon to the holding tanks within the city. It is estima...

Carbon retailers scramble to meet local demand for handguns, rifles


CEU student Erin Barker takes some target practice at the North Spings Shooting and Recreation Area.

Mont Harmon Junior High conducts regional science fair


Mont Harmon student Cody Hunt demonstrates his science fair project during judging on Jan. 17. Full event results and award presentations will be featured in the Jan. 24 edition of the Sun Advocate....

Helper council decides to explore law enforcement options with sheriff's office


After a long heated debate at the city's last meeting, the Helper council passed a resolution to explore putting the town under the jurisdiction of the Carbon County Sheriff's Office....

Commission calls for temporary halt at gas drilling site in Penta Creek area


Protests from Sunnyside and East Carbon representatives about a gas well drilling operation near Penta Creek property resulted in the Carbon County commissioners calling for a temporary halt to the work....

Carbon County News Briefs


Health district, environmental quality officials schedule local lead testing day

Price maintenance pulls out the big machinery for snow removal


A Price city street department worker operating a grader attempts to remove snow from residential streets near 400 North and 700 East last Tuesday. The city is fighting a problem that occurs yearly during the winter season. Motor vehicles parked alon...

Lab allows Sorenson Communications job applicants to practice keyboarding skills


Cathy Eastin and Kathy Neumeier brush up their keyboarding skills on two computers at the Reeves building. The computers are available to people interested in applying for jobs with Sorenson Communications. According to Eastin, the company requires ...

Staying safe in cougar country


Cougars are generally reclusive, but can attack people if perturbed or caught off guard.

Post Bureau Chief Outlines Investigative Process


A lieutenant with the Utah Peace Officer Standards and Training Academy confirmed last Friday that former Helper Police Chief George Zamantakis remains under investigation.

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