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Published October 13, 2009

Carbon County News

Commissioners look at fire situation in Scofield vicinity


The Scofield fire that burned late this summer might be long out, but its legacy has endured.

Story time at Price Library big hit with youngsters


Ulene Petty reads a book, "Happy Halloween Emily" during story time to Modie and Kaytie Johnson of Price. Storytime is scheduled every Tuesday and Wednesday at 5 pm at the Price City Library. ...

Rock slide on US-6 closes Price Canyon for several hours


A rock slide last Wednesday afternoon closed Price Canyon until Utah Department of Transportation workers were able to clear it up that evening. The slide, which occurred only a short distance up the canyon from the power plant, caused traffic to...

Vandal hits paper


An early morning strike by a vandal over the weekend left the front foyer and lobby of the Sun Advocate covered with glass.

State schools have reached tipping point says commissioner


The Utah System of Higher Education (USHE) student enrollment for the Fall 2009 semester increased by 12,632 total students over Fall 2008, an 8.3 percent increase. This is the largest increase in USHE's 40-year history....

Showtime comes to Price


Hollywood came to Carbon County this past weekend as film makers turned part of Main Street into a movie set.

Conference highlights new communications technology


One of the sessions for the Utah Coal Mine Safety Conference held recently concerned new technology for underground communication with the surface. Marshall Radio Telemetry is a company based in Salt Lake City. They are dedicated to the design an...

Artist demonstrates to students


In September Robert T, Barrett had an exhibition of his art work in the Gallery East Museum on the College of Eastern Utah campus. Just before the closing reception for his show, he demonstrated his techinques for a group of students in the dance...

Follow bus rules says director


Scott Robertson, the transportation director of the Carbon School District, says that some students, as well as their parents are not following the rules when it comes to riding the bus. "We have had some real problems this year with people wanti...

Perkie Travel travels for those in need


Perkie Travel of Active Re-Entry, transports anyone from Emery County, Carbon County, and East Carbon, everyday five times a week who needs transportation to the cancer treatment centers. The driver of the van, Beverly Elms from Huntington, is t...

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