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Published September 10, 2009

Carbon County News

H1N1 spread depends on personal care, sanitation

Because the H1N1 flu is already starting to run rampant on certain college campuses across the country, it will only be a matter of time before the virus strikes the general population, too. This fall, some schools have reported high numbers of s...

Presidential speech? Results vary in area

Carbon School District left it up to principals and teachers at individual schools as to whether to have students watch President Barack Obama's address to students on Tuesday. ...

Clunker clog-up?

Cash for Clunkers might be over, but for dealerships, the paper work has just begun. Since Aug. 24, the government has been paying dealerships for their collected clunkers, but, as widely reported, the payments have been a bit slow in coming....

East Carbon primary set for Tuesday

Only one municipality in Carbon County will have a primary election this year during election season - for mayor and council seats - and East Carbon is gearing up for that day now....

Golden tree shows change

A single golden tree amongst green ones in the valley shows fall is not far away. Soon all will be gold and red.

EC inspector issue still hot

East Carbon City has continued its discussion on the issue of the city building inspector. Currently, the county has informed the city that it needs to identify new buildings in need of inspection which it will inspect. However, the County does n...

Rachel's Legacy presented at Carbon High

Last year Carbon High School and the community were introduced to Rachel's Challenge and on Sept. 2 they were presented with the second part of Rachel's Challenge, called Rachel's Legacy....

If you know these people call the Sun Advocate

This is a photo of Ab Jenkin's famous "Mormon Meteor" race car that set a world land speed record in the 1940's. The photo was taken in Price in the late 1940's, and Jenkins is is believed to be pictured second from right. However the names of ma...

Helper questions annual dispatch bill

Helper city has decided to request an audience with County Dispatch over its yearly bill for the service. Dispatch is done centrally in the county and each city must pay a yearly rate which has consistently risen from year to year. ...

Grandma wants a motorcycle ride

Gary Guymon rides his 1997 Harley Davidson Road King every year on a road trip from Las Vegas where he lives and works. Each year he stops to seen his grandmother (Esther Snow who resides at the Heirloom Inn and has for 10 years). At 94 years you...

Carbon monoxide dangers, mitigated by care, good choices

Many people ask what they can do to help prevent carbon monoxide poisoning in their homes. Since carbon monoxide is a product of incomplete combustion, here are some tips from the Consumer Products Safety Commission to help protect those in thei...

The geocaching conundrum

While the sport of geocaching continues to grow in popularity, so do the concerns surrounding its practice.

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