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Published November 19, 2009

Carbon County News

Weatherization stimulus money affects areas economy positively

Government stimulus money represents a massive effort to pull the nation out of one of the worst economic downturns in recent memory. However, funding distribution has proven to be more difficult to track than was initially perceived. ...

H1N1 vaccine comes to college campus

Tuesday marked the day when the Southeastern Utah Health Department set up a clinic to innoculate students against H1N1. In this photo Diana Thurgood gets a shot from Jessie Huff, the Carbon County School District school nurse during the event. M...

Mind over matter

With the holidays are approaching quickly it can be an extremely challenging time for all of those who are monitoring their "calorie" intake. And with all of the delicious foods that are right under their noses for Thanksgiving and Christmas it's...

Recylers organizing

Organized recycling in Carbon County might soon become a reality thanks to the efforts of a local grass roots group called the Green Team. While the team has only been in existence since last January, its efforts are beginning to produce some rea...

Relative peace settles just before Carbon newspapers merge

In the years shortly before the merger of the News Advocate and The Sun newspapers (1932), a relative calm had settled over the newspapers' competition. The main reason was that the new owners who took over the News Advocate in the early 1920s...

First snow dusts area

The first snow that hit the valley came last weekend and a dusting covered these raked leaves and the pumpkins in the wheelbarrow. While this week has been sunny, the forcast for the weekend says that another storm will be coming through Utah on ...

Ladies auxiliary donates to food bank

The Veterans of Foreign Wars Ladies Auxiliary 2379 donated $400 to the food bank in Price on Nov. 17, just in time for Thanksgiving. Shirley Peterson, president (left) and Rudy Bryner (right) give the check to Jackie Butkovich, the manager of the...

Season's Greetings to be presented by CEU

The College of Eastern Utah Dance Ensemble will present "Season's Greetings." from Nov. 19-21 at the Geary Theater. Under the direction of Melissa Anast, this Christmas show will kick off the holiday spirit in Carbon county. Performances will be ...

Don't drive stupid campaign wins award

The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) President's Award, one of the nation's highest traffic safety honors, was awarded to the Utah Teen Driving Task Force for its Don't Drive Stupid program for positivel...

Nate's crew runs for him

Nathan Gerkin is a nine year old Price boy who was diagnosed with Ewing Sarcoma (bone cancer of the left arm) and has been cycling through chemotherapy for the past six months before he can undergo surgery for tumor removal and bone replacement....

Traveling treasures

On display at Zions Bank in Price is a collection stunning jewelry, intricate baskets, handmade dolls, Katsinas, and sand paintings.

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