City reviews options on new building
On Thursday night the Helper City Council considered the possibility of building a new facility for Helper City employees as well as city equipment.
Stability emerges with new ownership
Before Robert and John Crockett came to Price from Colorado, and purchased the Eastern Utah Advocate in August of 1898, the paper and its predecessor, the Eastern Utah Telegraph, had known little stability. A series of poor business decisions, la...
State launches transparency site
Last Tuesday was a big day for Utah's citizens as the state lauched a site that will allow anyone the right to easily view the revenues and expenses of state and eventually local governments....
Graduation Day at Carbon High
Happy day for these girls as Carbon High graduates 157 students during ceremonies Thursday at 1 p.m. Many students at the school will either be attending classes at the College of Eastern Utah next year, or have already been enrolled in concurren...
Lots of reading goin' on at Creekview
Kids at Creekview Elementary get root beer and goodies as they celebrate reading a million minutes during the last school year.
PRWID discusses county water use
In the past Carbon County has been able to pay for much of its water usage through services it provided to the Price River Water Improvement District (PRWID). However, PRWID has discovered that an equity gap possibly exists between it and the co...
Funds awarded to get water plant upgrade
On May 7, the Utah Permanent Community Impact Board approved an $83,120 emergency grant to make emergency repairs and upgrade the Sunnyside water treatment plant in East Carbon City. ...
Growing season just beginning for farmers
A truck spreads fertilizer on a field that will produce crops by fall. Farmers have been hard at work throughout the county plowing, planting and fertilizing this spring. The growing season is just beginning and there is some worry about water be...
Emery Telcom rewards twelve local teens with college scholarships
Orangeville, Utah - May 21, 2009
Utah's FSA office explains opportunity to modify, extend current CRP contracts
The United States Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency's office in Utah recently announced that FSA will offer certain producers the opportunity to modify and extend conservation reserve program contracts set to expire Sept. 30....
Properly operating mowers reduces risks of falling victim to lawn related mishaps, injuries
Hospital emergency rooms treat more than 60,000 individuals with lawn care related injuries annually.
New trout limit at Scofield confuses some anglers
The trout limit at Scofield changed this year. But one wouldn't know it if they saw the number of trout some anglers are trying to keep.