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Published December 4, 2008

Carbon County News

Law enforcement investigating vehicle burglary spree


Automobile burglaries have risen nearly 300 percent in recent months as Price city police officers work to combat a rash of crimes that has stricken the local area.

BLM removes Nine Mile parcels from lease sale


After cutting a number of parcels around national parks in Utah last week, the United States Bureau of Land Management decided Dec. 2 to remove several sections in the Nine Mile and Desolation Canyon area from the federal agency's mineral lease s...

Castle Valley Center youth, volunteers continue tradition


Rudolph the Reindeer prances while youth from the Castle Valley Center decorate a tree with a fishing theme after singing songs in the lobby at Zions Bank in Price on Wednesday. The specially planned holiday event has become an annual tradition a...

Dance ensemble slates opening weekend on CEU campus


College of Eastern Utah dancers prepare to bring a production to life that will include a collage of holiday pieces and live music. Melissa Anast and Kristin Unsworth planned the show with two guest choreographers. The performances will run from ...

Production efficiency levels dip at local, state coal mines


Production efficiency levels at mining operations in the Castle Valley region and across Utah decreased in 2007, dropping from 6.1 short tons per employee per hour in 2006 to 5.8 tons per employee hour in 2007....

Sun Advocate corrects errors


Two newspaper stories recently published in the Sun Advocate contained several inadvertent errors.

Research indicates cell phones impair motorists


Drivers are far more distracted by talking on a cellular phone than by conversing with a passenger in an automobile.

State auditor questions use of mineral lease funds


A state auditor told legislators last week that Utah's top oil and gas producing counties shouldn't receive additional funding they've requested for roads, based on the manner in which they've used federal mineral lease monies over the past five ...

Electronics dominate recession impacted Christmas


As the Christmas shopping season rolls around during one of the worst economic years in recent history, many Carbon County residents are wondering just how lean this Christmas will be. ...

Exercising caution when installing holiday lights curbs accidents, injuries


Holiday lighting contributes to accidental injuries caused by electrical shock, falls and fires.

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