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Published September 1, 2009

Carbon County News

Scofield homes threatened by wild fire

Some residents asked to leave their homes as flames approach.

Legislators and Power

Nine legislators from the urban areas of Utah visited eastern Utah over the weekend. During a Friday night reception and a tour on Saturday, their eyes were opened to many issues of which they previously had limited knowledge. ...

Debate continues on wilderness

Carbon County is one of three Utah counties involved in a lawsuit with the BLM and the U.S. Department of Interior over a number of oil and gas leases. Last winter, 77 leases were pulled from a number of Utah counties. While arguments are ongoing...

New hire sparks council controversy

On August 26, Price City Council voted to fill its vacant police officer position that has been open since an officer decided to quit. The measure, however, sparked controversy from Councilwoman Kathy Smith, who is concerned that the city's finan...


In the article "East Carbon's primary city elections to take place Sept. 15" that ran in the Sun Advocate on August 27, Charles M. Williams was inadvertently left off of the list of candidates that is running for Mayor in the city. The Sun Advoca...

Four teens die in Sunday morning crash

A car accident that was discovered around 7 a.m. Sunday morning by a Carbon county resident took the lives of four teenagers on the Kyune Pass/Emma Park Road near the top of Price Canyon....

Road improvements continue in area

A Utah Department of Transportation road project that is presently going on will result in improved roads throughout much of Price City.

Sun Advocate person of the week: All these kids

No matter who walks into Castle Heights Elementary School, one of the first faces that will greet him is the ever-smiling face of Wendy Cowley. She has been that way for eight years now. But even with the bustle that goes with some of the first f...

Paleontology club looks for others to do good work

For years many area citizens, as well as those from far away, have been supporting the College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum through an organization called Utah Friends of Paleontology (UFOP). UFOP is a statewide, non-profit, volunteer organ...

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