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Published December 17, 2009

Carbon County News

East Carbon issued water order


On Dec. 15 the Utah Division of Water Quality issued a statement advising the residents of East Carbon City to boil their water. However on Dec. 16 the statement was revoked because the city's drinking water was determined to be safe. ...

Snowy roads obvious, black ice not so much


Snow piles up during a recent storm on Highway 6 atop Price Canyon. The snowy roads are obvious, but once cleared of the white stuff, invisible black ice sticks around. Police agencies ask motorists to watch their speed and be prepared for areas ...

Looking to compete


On Dec. 10 the Carbon High Pro Start group held a cooking competition to choose which team from Carbon would represent the school at this year's state competition in March. ...

Piccolo uses past plans to look to city's future progress


Price City Mayor, Joe Piccolo, intends to approach his next term as mayor with a plan that reflects his previous terms and past city management. Part of this includes plans to continue the city's capital improvement plans, which involves goals fo...

Controversy goes back to before Carbon was settled


The ongoing conflicts between Carbon and Sanpete counties may have started with the failure of Mammoth Dam in Gooseberry Narrows.

FBI warns of scams


The FBI Salt Lake City Field Office has issued an important warning about email schemes that request money or personal information.

CHS band concert given as benefit for kids


Bruno Castello, Christopher Farrell, Scott Nelson, David Kobe and Seong Dae Shin perform a percussion medley of Christmas music as part of the Carbon High band concert on Thursday night. The students collected toys and clothing as admission to th...

County exploration, extraction down significantly


New natural gas exploration and extraction has slowed to a relative crawl over the last year, as the number of Applications for Permits to Drill (APDs) has plummeted. According to U.S. Bureau of Land Management records, the number of federal APDs...

Reducing power bills efficiently


Inefficieny is likely sucking energy from your home and not just at Christmas. Phantom power is standby power drawn by nearly everything that uses an external power supply, remote control, continuous display (LED) or battery charger. Standby pow...

Officer tells standoff story


Editor's note: This story was published in last week's Thursday Sun Advocate two days after the standoff. This is a more detailed account of those events.

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