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Published May 6, 2010

Carbon County News

New Dino dig shows off paleontological past

Dinosaur diggers are giving up their desert solitude for a few days to give the public a glimpse of "death elevated." In other words, to see how they are unearthing the long-dead fossils of their latest dinosaur discovery in the San Rafael Swell...

Dugout not laying off miners

An event at the Dugout Mine last week created a stir in the state and national media, but has turned out to be at this point a small blip in the operations of the mine, according to mine officials....

Circle of Flowers

The Sun Advocate sponsored project to make sure no grave in the county's cemeteries is without at least one flower this Memorial Day is moving ahead at full speed due to the help of schools, service groups, religious organizations and individuals...

Starting a family in a different way

For married couples trying to start a family, they can often look into the future and envision many wonderful moments. Moments such as the first steps of their baby, their first day of school, teaching them to drive a car and watching them grow o...

Duffers play despite the strong winds, variable weather

Two golfers at the Carbon County Club golf course putt Saturday evening. Despite cold weather and regularly treacherous winds (for golfing that is), duffers play on and on. They say once the game gets one hooked, it doesn't matter the weather....

CEU recreation classes may be in question

Summer has come to Carbon County. With its arrival, Spring has left and many outdoor recreation class offerings at the College of Eastern Utah are in danger of leaving too. The fall schedule of classes lists Hand Guns I and II, Intro to Firearms ...

Helper rollover brings emergency crews

State, county and Helper public safety responders converged on the scene of a one-car rollover on Spring Glen Road south of Helper last week. Highway Patrol Trooper Greg Funk said the driver was southbound and apparently swerved to avoid oncoming...

Principal to kids: 'You are welcome here'

The sun is barely up and the wind is whipping the American flag at Wellington Elementary School when three school buses arrive. It's time for Principal Kelly Martinez to begin her daily ritual. She stands outside the school's front door and greet...

Funding comes to Sunnyside

After months of trying to secure funding for the construction of new bathrooms at the little league field, the Sunnyside City Council can finally breathe a sigh of relief.

Fire culprit believed to be downed power line

A Helper resident lost power to her home around seven Tuesday morning. Thinking the incident was part of a blanket outage nothing was reported according to Detective Stephen Boyer with the Helper Police Department....

Food bank, garden gain from Vista help

Boys and Girls Club of America and BEAR Americorps VISTA's will be doing service at the Community Garden/Carbon County Food Bank located at the corner 400 S. and 100 E. in mid-May. ...

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