|Published October 7, 2008|
Carbon County News
Arch Coal conducts emergency drill
For one full day on Oct. 2 more than 150 federal and state officials, miners, law enforcement, emergency responders and other mine personnel conducted a mock safety drill to test skills that could one day save a life. Taking place at the Dugout C...
Sun Advocate hosts firefighters benefit
During fire prevention week on Oct. 5-11 the Sun Advocate will be hosting the First Annual "Fire in the Hole," Volunteer Firefighters Charity Golf Tournament. The event, to be played on Oct. 11 rain or shine, will raise funds for six county depa...
Legislative budget cuts impact College of Eastern Utah
The Utah Legislature's recent budget cuts will impact agencies statewide, including the college in Price.
Area youth show moves at skate park
Derrick Korenko, 16, of Price shows his moves at the skate park in Price. Although designed for skaters, it has become multipurpose as it is used by BMX freestyle riders on a daily basis....
Korean War Memorial dedicated
Sept. 27 marked a very special date for the Korean Veterans of Utah. The First Korean War Memorial in Utah was dedicated in Cedar City with over 700 Korean Veterans and their families attending. ...
Properly fitting restraints, booster seats curb injury risks for young passengers
Booster seats are a proven way to help keep young passengers safe in vehicles.
Questar files request for natural gas rate decrease with public service panel
Carbon County residents can look forward to witnessing decreased home heating costc during the approaching cold weather.
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