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Published March 5, 2009

Carbon County News

Researchers examine flute discovered in Range Creek


When the flute found by a Utah Division of Wildlife Resources officer at Range Creek in November 2006 was recovered from a crevice, there was speculation about its age and origin....

Carbon's economy generates expanding employment levels


Carbon County's economy created expanding employment levels in January, while Utah posted a negative statewide job growth rate

Price city park crews begin spring restoration projects


Suda Merriman, Price city's parks and Cemeteries Supervisor begins work on Washington Park near the College of Eastern Utah. Merriman has worked for the city for over 29 years and has no plans for retirement just yet. She and other city personnel...

Unique characters play key role in Sun Advocate's history, evolution


As with any family, the Sun Advocate has ancestors. And as with people, some ancestors were good people, respected in the community and looked upon as pillars of the town. In other cases families have renegades, black sheep and even those that tu...

Students learn about proper flag procedures and care through mom's mission


Susie Hatch demonstrates the proper care and presentation of the United State's flag at Wellington Elementary. Hatch began speaking about the flags significance after her son was killed while training in Albania. Along with other skills, the vete...

Infrastructure money released on Tuesday says Matheson


Congressman Jim Matheson said on Tuesday that the United States Transportation Secretary is releasing the first round of infrastructure funding that was included in the economic recovery legislation passed by Congress three weeks ago....

Eastern Utah energy firms look for alternatives


As state legislators wrestle to balance Utah's budget, oil and gas companies operating in eastern Utah and the firms who provide them with services - are also finding ways to keep their businesses afloat as the industry draws down from the inflat...

Tribune columnist to speak at CEU


Rebecca Walsh, a Salt Lake Tribune columnist, will keynote the College of Eastern Utah's 30th annual Women's Conference on Friday, April 3 at the Jennifer Leavitt Student Center. ...

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