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Published September 16, 2010

Carbon County News

Homecoming spirit catches on


Carbon High School Student Body President Colin Moynier is flanked by the CHS Dino and the Price City Prowler to promote the Homecoming game and festivities. The mayor and city council wanted to express their support for the school for the coming...

Doors open at new Senior Center


Visitors to the new Senior Center at the Fairgrounds will note an artistic accent on the fitted stone walls: two horizontal black stripes that look for all the world like coal seams....

New city hall construction headed 1939 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.)...

Stan the Drum Man returning to Carbon


Last year, Stan the Drum Man (Stan Secrest) helped over 65 Helper Junior High School students make beautiful handmade wood drums with real goatskin drumheads. The workshop was made possible by the Utah Department of Arts and Museums. ...

Big melon give away


Scott Banasky and Ryan Falk show the truckload of melons they wree giving to their customers and friends all of the intermountain west. The Banasky's have been sharing the wealth of their farm in Green River, the Banasky Ranch, which boasts delic...

Price buys into wind power


Looking to expand their options for energy, including renewable sources, Price City council members have decided to buy into a possible wind farm project in Idaho.

Where there's smoke, there's fire - far away


Smoke filled the Carbon County area on Tuesday afternoon, just enough and in the right direction that it appeared a fire had started somewhere east of the Wasatch Plateau near or north of Hiawatha....

Second Chance group looks for help from East Carbon


A group in East Carbon is looking to help community members in East Carbon who have had problems in their past dealing with drugs and alcohol.

Helper wants to fix infrastructure, but needs overall plan


"I'm not in the sky, not in the heavens. I live right here on Mother Earth."

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