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Published October 21, 2010

Carbon County News

Carbon salinity project saves California crops


(Editors note: This is the first of three articles addressing the salinity problem in the Colorado River Basin and the government's response to controlling downstream salt load levels.)...

Horizon Mine owners may contest MSHA safety citations


Horizon Mine is likely to contest some of the 34 citations for safety violations recently issued by the Mine Safety and Health Administration, a company spokeswoman said Wednesday....

Kokopelli vanishes from Price Main Street post


At the intersection of Price Main Street and 100 West, a barren spot of dirt on the pavement shows the lasting remains of what once stood there until recently.

Early voting under way at courthouse


Voters wear expressions of concentration as they consider their choices of elected officials Tuesday morning at the Carbon County Courthouse. Polls are open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Early voting will close on Oct. 29, with the...

End federal protection for wolves, DWR says


The Utah Wildlife Board wants gray wolves removedfrom the Endangered Species list through federal legislation.

Enjoying good weather while it lasts


Jenilee Dart of Helper, along with baby Emma in a stroller and son Sam enjoy a walk in Spring Canyon on a beautiful fall day. The good weather is expected to turn wet on Thursday and Friday, with gradual clearing on Saturday and Sunday. High temp...

USU-CEU Bread & Soup Nights to begin Nov. 1 on campus


USU-College of Eastern Utah's 12th annual Bread 'N Soup Night to benefit the Carbon County Food Bank will begin Monday, Nov.1 and continue consecutive Mondays until Thanksgiving (Nov. 1, 8, 15 and 22). CEU student Amanda Van Wagoner, a native of...

Masons celebrate 100 years in Price


On Oct. 8, 1910, Carbon Lodge #16, Free and Accepted Masons of Price, was formed. The first Worshipful Master of the lodge was James B. Middleton.

New Wyoming wind farm in production for PacifiCorp


The nation's second largest rate-regulated utility owner of wind-powered generation resources just added 74 new wind turbines in Wyoming.

Fire in the Hole...: Needs are great, time is valuable


Working as a firefighter in a small town can be a tough task to handle. With a team of volunteers in the community and few full-time staff members, the fire departments across the county do a little bit of everything to keep their areas prepared ...

Fire hazards larger during winter than any other time


As the temperatures begin plummet residents of Carbon County rely on various types of heating appliances to keep their homes warm. Most heating appliances are designed to operate safely if properly maintained; however they can pose some serious ...

Fire in the Hole...


Once again the Fire in the Hole golf tournament, hosted and sponsored by the Sun Advocate, to raise money for the volunteer fire departments in Carbon County was a huge success....

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