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Published February 5, 2009

Carbon County News

Tight supplies along with economy influence prices at gas pumps


The decrease in gas prices from last fall has been reversed. In fact, prices in Carbon County and across the country are going up constantly.

Schools invite parents and grandparents for lunch


Phillip Medley sits with Makenna Root and Teonna Olsen eating lunch at Wellington Elementary. Schools in the area designate a day during the year for parents and grandparents, a grade level at a time, to come to school and have lunch with their k...

MSHA directive closes Westridge


Due to recent bounces at Westridge mine, federal officials have ordered the company to cease underground operations immediately.

MRI executes agreement for uranium mill project


Mancos Resources Inc. has signed an escrow agreement for the purchase of property to develop a uranium mill complex near Green River.

Spring seems to be moving in early


Hills recently covered with snow and ice show little sign of winter now. April-like weather has been permeating the area for days, but a winter storm is predicted for the end of the week. Carbonites are taking a "We'll see" attitude to that forec...

State courts' program expands to 7th District


The state courts office has expanded the self-help center services to the 7th Judicial District.

Comments solicited on Gentry Mountain grazing


The Price-Ferron ranger district is proposing to continue to reauthorize cattle grazing on the Gentry Mountain allotment by issuance of term permits.

Record number of eagles inundate center


Area birds of prey continue to have a safe haven in Carbon County as the Second Chance Wildlife Rehabilitation Center has seen it's numbers climb to the maximum this winter. The center is currently rehabilitating five eagles, the most to receive ...

Correction


Correction - In the Carbontime section of the Sun Advocate that was published on Jan. 29 the photo that ran on page 3B concerning the Veterans of Foreign Wars presenting gifts took place at Beehive Homes....

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