Modern media meet ancient art during Bill Barrett 9-mile tour
Nine Mile Canyon, with it's majestic views and centuries old rock art, is about to reap the benefits of a multimillion dollar grant program as part of Bill Barrett Corporation's efforts to preserve and protect the archaeological heritage....
Stimulus spending in Carbon - $17 million
While much attention has been given to the debate over the wisdom of the economic stimulus program, the Sun Advocate has decided to take an impartial look at how much money has come into Carbon County and where that money has been spent....
'Ooh, your hair looks fantastic'
Lindsay Haddock models "Shooting Star," an original (very) hairdo designed by Jessa Bestenlehner in the annual USU-CEU Fantasy Hair Contest.
Castleview carvers compete
Castleview Hospital staff performed some cosmetic surgery on a bunch of pumpkins this week for a Halloween contest. Each department took a theme to highlight its specialty. Here are a few samples....
Price City advises front-load washers for better efficiency
Top-loading washing machines are becoming as much of a dinosaur as manual-defrost freezers, according to Price City.
High-visibility bags for Halloween safety
Students at Castle Heights Elementary show their brightly-colored Halloween candy bags.Representatives from all three stations of Castle Country Radio got on the road Wednesday to make sure local kids had just what they needed for Halloween, a pr...
Late season automatic sprinkling created a sparkling pattern of icicles on a tree in front of the Sun Advocate Wednesday. A slight warming trend is expected over the next few days....
Musician performs for local crowd
John Nilsen performed on the piano during a concert on Saturday Oct. 23 at the United Methodist Church in Price.
Views atop Nine Mile Canyon still spectacular
Nine Mile Canyon is still colored green, gold and desert tan for a little while longer before putting on its annual winter white coat.
DWR wants public comment on deer hunting proposals
If you like to hunt deer in Utah, you need to let the Utah Wildlife Board know which hunting option you want the board to pass.
State BLM gets Seep Ridge Road study back for review
The Bureau of Land Management has returned the Seep Ridge Road Environmental Assessment that in May 2009 was sent to the Washington, D.C., office for review.