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Published June 29, 2010

Carbon County News

Demolition Derby is smashing success

The annual Sheriff's Search and Rescue Demolition Derby once again drew thousands of spectators and scores of competitors to the Carbon County Fairgrounds Saturday. The event is the principal fund raiser for the volunteer group. Dennis Sandoval w...

Crews keeping watch after fire

The Cold Springs prescribed burn on the Tavaputs Plateau is over. Now local crews are keeping watch over the embers to make sure there are no unexpected flareups.

No such thing as 'kid safe' fireworks, safety officials warn

Fire and public safety officials warn that even approved fireworks carry some risk of injury. As the July Fourth and Pioneer Day holidays approach, they advise people not to ruin a good time with injuries or fires from misuse....

2 killed, 3 injured in canyon rollover

Two Price women were killed and three other passengers were seriously hurt in a one-car rollover Thursday on S.R. 6 in Spanish Fork Canyon.

Recycling options expanding in Carbon County

When the Green Team began a push for more residents in Carbon County to start recycling, they took small steps with long term goals in mind.

Gibby announces pending higher education merger

A boulder enshrined at the College of Eastern Utah since the Second Millennium C.E. predicts the future by announcing the July 1 official merger of CEU with Utah State University. Gibby, as the rock is known, sits on the east lawn of the Jennifer...

United Way and Spencer's Wishes team up

United Way and Spencer's Wishes teamed up to collect gently used shoes and socks to be sent to the Mi Angel De La Guarda orphanage in Matazlan Mexico. Phil Roundy found out about the needs of the orphanage through Price residence Ozwaldo and Adri...

Awnings can lower summer air contitioning costs

Adding awnings, shutters and sun screens to the windows that the sun beats on all day can save residents huge bucks on their power bill.

Nothing like a hot summer day under the tree selling puppies

Sarah Mantz stops by to look and cuddle this seven week old Australian Shepherd puppy that Richard Riggle has for sale near Creekview Shopping Center.

Wellington gets sympathy, but no budget solution

There was plenty of sympathy but little in the way of clear solutions for Wellington's budget crisis on Capitol Hill Wednesday.

A 30-year change comes to the Sun Advocate

Editors Note: This is one of a series of articles about the history of the Sun Advocate and the county it covers as a newspaper. These articles are being prepared as the 120th anniversary of the newspapers birth approaches in 2011)....

Local teams win at SkillsUSA

Students from Utah high school and college technical education programs won the nation's highest awards at the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference.

Bank of Utah serves mortgage needs across county

Bank of Utah is a local community bank that is consistently rated as one of the top banks in Utah. Their strength and stability is proof that they offer the right loan programs to qualified borrowers. Their local Price loan officers, Vickie Mower...

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