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Published April 10, 2008

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Area agencies launch campaign to combat child abuse problems


Sun Advocate Publisher Richard Shaw delivers a $435 check to the Carbon County Children's Justice Center on 100 North in Price. The center offers crisis care for families with children from infants to 11 years old. ...

Special service district board considers East Carbon walkway project proposal


The new Little League concession stand, which will rise at this site, is coming closer to reality in Sunnyside city officials reported at this month's Carbon County Recreation and Transporation Special Service District meeting....

Local community rallies to clean Helper ball fields as summer season approaches


Members of Pee-Wee and Little League baseball squads along with the Helper community work to clean-up their baseball field for the season.

Conoco Phillips makes local demonstration


A Conoco Phillips representative demonstrates the safety precautions that are crucial to everyone who comes in contact with an oil rig.

Helper hikes city's sewer rate, passes dog ban ordinance


Helper's parks are officially off limits to pooches and residents' sewer bills will rise by $2 after the city council passed two ordinances at the April 3 meeting.

Carbon County news briefs


Matheson bill to improve emergency care for children passes U.S. House of Representatives

CEU Tuition to Remain Lowest Of State Schools


This scaffolding was set up in the Geary Theater on the CEU campus last fall to remove the asbestoes from the building. Student tuition and fees are not generally used for such projects, but instead money is appropriated by the state. ...

East Carbon Vista Volunteers Contribute Funding for New Community Gift Program


Robyn Hedegaard and Marcia Hunt receive a $400 check from the Vista Volunteers for the Get Involved for Tomorrow (GIFT) program. Judy Zachreson, Sissy Manzanares, Lucy Upmeyer and Lisa Miller were on hand to present the check , which will help the ne...

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