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Published March 11, 2008

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Carbon County's longtime legislator calls it quits


After nearly 40 years in the legislature Sen. Mike Dmitrich will not seek reelection

Sun Advocate wins general excellence recognition at state newspaper contest


Gail Staley, owner and publisher of the Davis County Clipper hands presentation honors over to the UPA's newest member Sun Advocate publisher Richard Shaw.

Helper dogged by animal waste in parks, city officials get tough


Heritage Days sent back to drawing board

PRWID Board Delays Decision on South Price Water Company


Residents in the Pinnacle subdivision won't know for awhile if the Price River Water Improvement District will become their primary service provider after a decision made at the board's March 4 meeting....

Carbon County news briefs


Helper car show won't share its billing with baseball games Father's Day Weekend

County's property tax website is a go


Users to pay 25 cents per page to print copies at home or their offices

Made in East Carbon: Mining car caravan leaves county


Escorted by three Utah Highway Patrol cars and two pilot car a recently finished Pacific Central Steel Fabricators and Erectors product hit the road Feb. 28.

Various musicians needed for spring performances


Music professor Russell Wilson is looking for musicians and singers for a number of projects including people who want to play the recorder, which he is holding in this photo....

Price BLM Field Office Sets Public Input Meeting on Tavaputs Gas Drilling Deis


The United States Bureau of Land Management's Price field office will host several public meetings to discuss the federal agency's draft environmental impact statement for the west Tavaputs Plateau natural gas full field development proposal. ...

Rising Health Costs Face New Foe


Inexpensive lab tests, such as the type that checks your cholesterol level, are emerging as a major contender in the fight against rising health costs.

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