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Published November 2, 2010

Carbon County News

On opposite sides of the fence: Bitterness over bidding process causes stir in ECC

A fence installed at Viking Park in East Carbon was the subject of a long debate at the East Carbon City council meeting on Tuesday night.

Only on Halloween...

Jim Culveyhouse, a resident at the Heirloom Inn, gets into the Halloween spirit with a weird wardrobe. Additional photos of Halloween events - and there were lots of them - are on pages 7 and 11 of the printed edition....

19-year-old Carbon soldier bound for service in Iraq

Kyle B. Hicken, a 19-year old soldier who graduated from Carbon High School last year, is on his way to Iraq. He'll be leaving Nov. 8.

Echo Industries in Carbonville wins first 'Golden Bear award'

Greg Ferderber, founder of Echo Industries in Carbonville, has won the first Golden Bear Award from the county's Business Expansion and Retention program.

Looks fast even while sitting still

The Lamborghini Murcielago that mechanics Glen Johansen (left) and Kyle Adair are admiring will top out at 205 mph, but it's not going anywhere until they repair the wheel on its mobile showroom. The car was on the way to Grand Junction, Colo., w...

Frosty moment frozen in time

Kristy Woodhouse captured this photo shortly after last week's snowstorm in Gordon Creek. Temperatures have moderated since then. Castle Country can look forward to fair to partly cloudy skies for the next few days. High temperatures through Thur...

1940: J. Bracken Lee begins quest for governor's office

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 newspapers birth approaches in 2011....


Carbon County celebrates Halloween.

Stop work orders to be reviewed in ECC

East Carbon City Attorney Jeremy Humes said there is currently no penalty for a stop work order under the city code for East Carbon.

Heated exchange at ECC meeting gets revisited

A heated debate between the East Carbon City Mayor, police chief and a resident that took place over two weeks ago was back up for discussion at the East Carbon City council meeting Tuesday night. ...

Renewable energy summit announced

Samantha Mary Julian, energy and natural resources cluster director for the Governor's Office of Economic Development (GOED), announced today that GOED will be producing a Utah Renewable Energy Business Summit to be held Nov. 15, 2010 at the Larry H...

USU-CEU growth continues

The two-year, double-digit growth in enrollments at Utah State University-College of Eastern Utah are "meaningful given our community college mission of providing access," said Greg Benson, the college's Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Stu...

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