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Published September 2, 2010

Carbon County News

Coal should remain vital to US energy future, Hatch declares


As far as Utah's senior senator is concerned, energy development in the United States should apply to all forms of energy. Orrin Hatch said that means fossil fuels and nuclear as well as the new technologies of wind, solar and geothermal....

Mollard murder trial tops 1938 crime news


(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.)...

Judge says Salazar wrong, but suit too late


In a ruling on Wednesday afternoon, Federal District Court Judge Dee Benson stated that while Secretary of Interior Ken Salazar was not really within his power to withdraw 77 gas and oil leases that had been sold to private companies in 2008, the...

Scofield project could make Mud Creek less muddy


Will Mud Creek have to be renamed? Well, that might be necessary if a restoration project now under way on the little stream works as planned.

DWR checkpoint makes sure anglers comply with law


The crawdads were only innocent bystanders, but they had to be decapitated anyway.

A lovely day for a stroll with friends


One sign that school is back in session is a procession of first graders from Pinnacle Canyon Academy as they take a nature walk with their teacher, Mr. Ellis. Drivers should be careful on the streets near schools during the school days because k...

First R.S. 2477 road resolution on record now in place


On Monday, in a Kane County quiet title suit in the United States District Court, the United States acknowledged Kane County's ownership and jurisdiction of approximately 26 miles of the 33 mile long Skutumpah road....

Church makes temporary move


The old Spring Glen Elementary school has been the site of the New Life Ministries church for years but this past week the church moved temporarilly to the Rio Theater in Helper for services until their new building in Helper is done. Wednesday a...

Thunderstorm drowns recreation area


A thunderstorm last Saturday drowned the Price Canyon Recreation Area, spilling lots of water down every wrinkle and crease in the mountainside. While the storm caused no apparent damage to the recreation site, it did serve as an important remind...

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