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Published October 12, 2010

Carbon County News

Getting 'a little grass'

Kimball Johnson gets "a little grass" while playing golf during the Fire in the Hole Tournament sponsored and hosted by the Sun Advocate on Saturday. About 140 people participated in one way or another to make money for the volunteer fire departm...

CONSOL to idle Emery Mine

CONSOL Energy Inc. has announced that it will idle its Emery Mine and furlough 171 employees there beginning Dec. 1.

Nuclear planners train hazmat teams

With a briefing for hazardous materials teams from Carbon, Emery, Grand and Uintah counties last week, the proposed Blue Castle nuclear project took another step on the long road to groundbreaking....

Celebrating native culture at USU-CEU

A brightly-clad dancer whirls in a traditional dance at Thursday's celebration of Native American culture at USU-CEU. The Native American performers come from the college's San Juan and Price campuses. The event was part of Multi-Culture Week. Pe...

Helper to get help with century-old map

Everybody knows where Helper is. Sort of.

Scofield cabins: Buy them - again

At a meeting in the County Events Center last Thursday night, owners of some properties in Balotas Subdivision on the east side of Scofield Reservoir were told they may have a chance to buy the property their cabins and trailers sit on if Congres...

Sweeney Todd

The cast of 'Sweeney Todd' fills the stage at the USU-CEU Geary Theatre. The production has been running since Oct. 7 and will continue through Oct. 12. Curtain time is 7:30 p.m. Director Corey Ewan said the play is not as gory as the movie. He h...

Myrtle Spurge must die

Myrtle spurge must die, the Carbon County Commission has decided.

Ascension-St. Matthews's Fall Fare

The Ascension-St. Matthew's Fall Fare church fundraiser brought bargain hunters and home cooking gourmets to the church in north Price Friday and Saturday. The soup kitchen offered more than 20 varieties of slow-cooked dishes, and not much remain...

Carbon urologist battles AIDS in Africa

Dr. Walter M. Snihurowych recently returned from a two week mission to Swaziland in South Africa, where he joined forces in "a back to school push" to fight AIDS.

Tuning up for concert at Rio

Conductor Russell Wilson sets the tempo for musicians of the Eastern Utah Community Orchestra at the group's rehearsal in Helper's Rio Theatre Sunday. The orchestra and the USU-CEU Choir will perform at the Rio Wednesday at 6 p.m. Wilson said the...

Commission approves promotional funding

The Carbon County Commission has approved the appropriation of about $46,600 for tourism promotion. The money will come from revenues generated by the restaurant tax and the projects were recommended by the Restaurant Tax Advisory Board....

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