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Published April 9, 2009

Carbon County News

Energy officials, business owners, politicians convene at center


State Senator David Hinkins looks on as members of the business community, economic development and several other government officials discuss the future of energy extraction in the area. ...

City officials, neighbors keep brush fire from spreading


Price firefighters work to put out all hots spots in a burning field on Elm St. The fire was quickly attacked by neighbors and officials to keep it from spreading from the dry field to nearby homes. ...

High powered winds continue to cause downed trees, home damage in Price


High powered winds continue to cause downed trees & home damage in Price.

Former president assists in mapping CEU's future


A familiar face will be tracking the county streets as former College of Eastern Utah president Michael Petersen will spend the next 30 days to six weeks evaluating the local campuses future....

Tumultuous times comes to Advocate as owners experience growing pains


Before the Eastern Utah Telegraph was even five years old, it changed hands once again, as S.I. Paradice and J.H. Sarvis parted ways with the paper in January of 1895. The Telegraph, one of the predecessors of today's Sun Advocate, had struggled ...

Recession impacting state business index


The national recession has contributed to climbing unemployment rates not only in Utah, but throughout the Rocky Mountain region.

State representatives aid Wellington with financial crisis


State representative Christine Watkins discusses city revenue issues with Wellington Councilmember Ed Chavez. The city is currently experiencing revenue issues as a new state law has exempted one of their major financial contributors from paying ...

Carbon schools receive annual fire safety checks


Over the past few weeks local fire officials have been checking all schools in the Carbon District. The safety officers have been ensuring that all fire suppression equipment in the facility is in good working order and that the schools don't hav...

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