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Published August 27, 2009

Carbon County News

University of Utah could benefit from Range Creek land swap


A report on Thursday said that the state of Utah is looking to transfer control of Range Creek from the Utah State Division of Wildlife Resources to the University of Utah sometime next month....

East Carbon City approves payables


East Carbon City Council members met on Aug. 25 amidst a crowded room to discuss pressing city business. Because the city is situated on a slight angle to the West, water drainage in East Carbon has always been an issue. Now this drainage floods ...

Newspaper wars entertain, educate county


(Editors note; This is one in a series of articles about the history of the Sun Advocate that will be published between now and 2011 when the paper will celebrate its 120th year of publication.)...

Coal production down


Industrial production in the United States for 2009 has dropped. Along with it, so has the price of coal. This has had a diverse effect on Carbon County because most of its coal is mined to be sold to electrical power plants. Total power generate...

Big rig spills coal into median


A coal haul truck lost its load into the median between Price and Blue Cut on Highway 6 on Monday evening. The mess impeded traffic for a short time and then was cleared up. ...

East Carbon's primary city elections to take place on Sept 15


Only one municipality will have a primary election this year for mayor and council seats and with that election fast approaching on Sept. 15, East Carbon residents can also participate in early voting....

Cooling off during the final days of summer


Cooling off during the final days of summer

Helper Museum cement pour


Helper Museum cement pour

Bennett discusses Utah's energy future


"It is clear to me that the largest and strongest economies in the world are strong because they have access to abundant and available sources of energy," stated Senator Bob Bennett last week at his 8th annual Rural Business Conference held in D...

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