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Published March 24, 2009

Carbon County News

Chief details open burning procedures, tips


Once again it's time for spring clean up, which can necessitate the open burning of refuse within the county. To combat any problem that may arise during this process, Price City Fire Chief Paul Bedont has set up a list of guidelines to protect b...

Utah small business index climbs nearly three points


Utah's small business index registered at 68 in February.

Sun Advocate brings home prestigious community award at Utah Press


While in the last seven years the Sun Advocate was picked by the Utah Press Association as the best overall paper for its size three times, this year while not winning that award, the paper was given the prestigious "Community Service Award" for ...

U.S. Highway 6 rubbage fire threatens wildlife challenges local departments


Price City Fire Chief Paul Bedont aids Helper and Price firefighters as they attempt to extinguish a blaze that threatened livestock along Hwy. 6 near the domes in Price. The fire became more and more difficult to put out as it caught hold of a r...

Patrons frequent library's snack and coffee bar in Price


Diana Bordea talks books with Sheena Bohman and Jo Huseby at the library's coffee bar.

College of Eastern Utah hosts annual quilt expo March 20


Brenda Richardson of East Carbon shows her wares at the College of Eastern Utah's Quilt Expo.

Days long since past linger silently in Gordon Creek


Those that came before today's generation made Carbon County their home for a myriad of reasons. Some were seeking solitude and isolation. Some came with family. Some came for religious reasons. Others pursued economic opportunities. ...

Price field office announces dino quarry's reopening date


The Price field office of the United States Bureau of Land Management has announced that the Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry will reopen for the season on March 27.

USU Extension family, consumer sciences agent details homemade cleaning products


Carbon County residents who are looking for ideas to stretch household budgets may want to consider making home cleaning products.

The organic grower


To begin with any use or knowledge about organic growing, should be with, well, the beginning. So here is a brief history concerning organic growing methods.

REAP to be highlighted at workshop program in SLC


The United States Department of Agriculture Rural Development Agency, will host workshops next week to present information about the USDA's Rural Energy for America Program (REAP). ...

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