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Published July 6, 2010

Carbon County News

Helper may hike water rates


As Helper Mayor Dean Armstrong noted at Thursday's council meeting, the town's water is basically free. The city owns its springs. What isn't free is the system that brings the water to town, stores it, and delivers it 24/7 to every faucet and sp...

It's official: College is now USU/CEU as of Thursday


July 1 came and went without fanfare, but the day marked a turning point in history for the College of Eastern Utah and the communities it serves. On Thursday, CEU officially became Utah State University/College of Eastern Utah....

Independence Day blast


Fireworks light the sky as communities in Carbon County celebrate Independence Day over the weekend. Additional photographs of the festivities will appear in Thursday's Sun Advocate....

Murder over water rights highlights news in mid-'30's


(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 newspaper's birth approaches in 2011). ...

Canyon Fuel cleared for limited reentry


Canyon Fuel Co. has received clearance from the Mine Safety and Health Administration to re-enter the Dugout Canyon Mine to install a special air monitoring system.

High fire danger shown by small blaze in Carbonville


A fire that appeared to have started about 1:30 p.m. brought the Price Fire Department to the scene to extinguish it before microburst winds could have made it worse on Friday afternoon. ...

Lions Club replaces sign


Barry Cook, president of the Lions Club in Price, with the help of member Al Jardine and his daughter, is replacing a sign on the Carbon County Airport Pavilion. This sparkling new sign is replacing an existing sun faded sign. ...

Apples4Teachers gives yearly award


Apples4Teachers recently awarded Jody Carter from Huntington as teacher of the year.

Local tumblers win


Canessa Montoya, Alyssa Vigil, Johnnie Bonacci, Reagan Harrison and Jordyn Oman show off medals that they won at the Utah Summer Games in Cedar City as part of Pineau's Tumbling and Trampoine Team. Altogether they took home 12 golds, two silver a...

Skyline wins safety award


Arch Coal, Inc. announced that Skyline mine has earned top honors for underground mine safety among an eight-state region for a fourth consecutive year.

Utah inflation show slight rise has taken place


In May, on a non-seasonally adjusted basis, the Zions Bank Wasatch Front Consumer Price Index (CPI) rose 0.4 percent compared to the national increase of 0.1 percent (seasonally adjusted 0.2 percent decrease), as reflected in the Zions Bank and U...

Annual Sunnyside Rodeo set to celebrate 60 years


On July 9 and 10, Grassy Trail Riding Club will celebrate its 60th anniversary. The club was formed in 1950 with Tom McCourt as the first captain. They joined the Western States Riding Club Association the same year. ...

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