|Published December 24, 2009|
Carbon County News
Merry Christmas Carbon County
Santa has been in town since early December taking orders to fill on Christmas Day from everyone who wanted to talk with him. Tonight he will be making his deliveries all over the world, bringing joy and happiness to kids and adults alike....
The first Christmas in Price
Present day editors note: This story was originally printed in the Dec. 24, 1931 issue of the News-Advocate only a week before it was merged with The Sun newspaper creating the Sun Advocate that exists today. Based on researched records the autho...
Carbon County budget ready to go for 2010
Carbon County has approved its 2010 budget. Although some areas were overspent, the county funds surplus should cover them. The error represents and covers a diverse range of items. One of the biggest areas of oversight was the new emergency serv...
Sewer leak brings fine
The Price River Water Improvement District board had their final meeting of 2009 on Dec. 15, and the members found out that the district is being fined $21,857 by the United States Environmental Protection Agency and the Utah State Division of Wa...
Training scenarios present law men with complex problems to solve
Typically, the 7th District Court is a relatively quiet place. But, on Dec. 17, the Carbon County Sheriff's Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) team conducted a training in the facility. In addition to the noise, the training itself brought a new ...
Carbon High students get the spirit of the season
Two and a half years ago, Greg Stanfield came to Carbon High to take over the reigns of the school as the new principal. He vowed to make sure his students were good citizens of the community as well as good students at the school. Little by litt...
Burglary turns into assault
At around 9:40 a.m. on Dec. 20, at an apartment in North East Price, a woman was drying her hair and getting ready for work when an unknown stranger walked into her open back door. After a short time looking around, the man found himself behind t...
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