|Published January 21, 2010|
Carbon County News
Price donates $15,000 to Boys, Girls Club
Last week, on Jan. 13, Price City Council passed several measures and awarded thousands of dollars to various causes across the county. The group that received the highest amount was the effort to bring the Boys and Girls Club to Carbon County. T...
Cars cause snow removal problems
Residents are reminded that cars parked on roads during snow storms cause problems for snow plow drivers. Not only that, but once snowed in and buried by passing plows, it is often hard to get cars out. All entities ask that if at all possible pl...
Shoplifter causes commotion in Helper
Workmen's Market in Helper was locked down as a result of a shoplifting attempt gone awry last Thursday.
Honoring the past
On Tuesday the Sun Advocate announced that it will be heading up a drive to make sure everyone who has ever been buried in a cemetery in Carbon County gets their due this coming Memorial Day....
PRWID reviews Price River sewer leak fine, goals
With the swearing in of Ben Blackburn (Wellington) and Gary Hartwood (Helper) the Price River Water Improvement District (PRWID) began reviewing its upcoming issues and goals on Jan 19. ...
Carbon superintendent to step down
During the Carbon County School Board meeting on Jan.13, Superintendent Patsy Bueno announced her retirement after a total of 38 years of service for Carbon County School District. During board member reports, Barry Deeter, board president, annou...
Helper council hears about modernization
Helper City's infrastructure needs to be modernized, according to Mayor Dean Armstrong. In 2002, a study was undertaken to determine the condition of the city. New curbing and gutters as well as water lines, electrical lines, and repaving of str...
Even the dark of night will not keep them...
Operators in Price City equipment work to remove snow from one of the municipal parking lots in downtown Price on Wednesday morning. For these workers, when the snow fllies it is best to get the lots and roads cleaned early so citizens can get ar...
Bookcliffs to get another bison transfer
Forty bison will soon have a new home in northeastern Utah.
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