|Published May 29, 2008|
County road improvement efforts shift into high gear
Carbon County Commissioner Bill Krompel (center) talks with Brian Barton from Jones & DeMille Engineering and Curtis Page, county engineer, about the Carbonville project Tuesday afternoon....
Society launches rails to trails project in East Carbon City area
Zeb Turner and Chunk Pacheco are "lined out" by community member Brian Mena as clean up continues of SR 124.
Citizens get their hands dirty as summer continues
Sadie Wyman, 14, of East Carbon pulls weeds in her parent's front yard. Residents are finding pleasure in sprucing up their property this summer as warm weather and rain bring Carbon County to life. ...
Carbon reports declining labor force, climbing unemployment
Carbon County continued to experience dropping non-farm employment numbers and climbing jobless levels in April.
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Price City Planning Commission to select alternate board members
The wild, wild West headed for Helper
Last year's designation as the number one True West Town caused a ruckus when the award was presented by Bob Boze Bell, editor, publisher and owner of True West Magazine to SueAnn Martell who was joined by Kirk Mascaro, Ann Davis and P.J. Jensen d...
Local students win in Utah Rivers Council essay contest
This past winter and spring the Utah Rivers Council and the Price Sun Advocate teamed up to host an essay contest for Carbon High School students.
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