|Published September 17, 2009|
Carbon County News
East Carbon field settled by primary
East Carbon voters made their selections on Tuesday and now they have a field to pick from when the general election will be held.
Five to contend: Price women to seek crown of Miss Carbon County
Every year Carbon County picks a young lady to help represent the Castle Valley, and this year it will be no different, as the Miss Carbon County Pageant rapidly approaches. Scheduled for Sept. 26, at the Carbon County Events Center the pageant h...
RTSSD reviews audit, looks to clarify projects
There comes a time in every government entity's annual schedule that it must undergo a financial audit. On Sept. 14 the Recreation Transportation Special Service District (RTSSD) was presented its audit by Smuin, Rich and Marsing (SRM) accounting...
Service animals a different breed from others
In some public places, it is rare for people to see animals. Grocery stores and restaurants are two examples where animal sightings are scarce.
Weather starts to look more like fall
Monday afternoon brought a real change in the area as rain poured down and hail piled up in some places in Carbon County. In Emery, particularly in Huntington,a downpour, which included quarter sized hail, flooded Main Street. ...
Suppressant deemed not dangerous to aquatic life
Paul Birdsey, regional aquatics program manager for the state of Utah, determined that a dust suppressant being used by Carbon County on a section of Nine Mile Canyon Road and leaking into nearby streams, as reported by a local resident, was deem...
Are appliances ready for winter?
September is upon us and the temperatures are already beginning to drop. If you haven't had your home heating appliances serviced yet, now is a good time to beat the rush....
Utah CAP open house offers community leadership skills, crew training
On Saturday, Sept. 12, the members of the Carbon County wing of the Utah Civil Air Patrol (CAP), which is an auxiliary of the Air Force, hosted an open house for members of the community. The purpose of this open house was to aide in air crew tra...
USDA disaster program announced
Arthur Douglas, State Executive director of USDA's Farm Service Agency in Utah announced on Wednesday that producers may now begin applying for benefits under the provisions of the Emergency Assistance for Livestock, Honeybees, and Farm-Raised Fi...
In the Thursday, Sept. 10 edition of the Sun Advocate, an East Carbon City Council story used the word personal, when the word personnel should have been used instead. The Sun Advocate regrets the inadvertent error....
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