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Published November 23, 2010

Carbon County News

Police investigate wave of vandalism in Price


Price police are investigating about 30 separate incidents of vandalism that hit Price cars and some buildings over the weekend.

Holiday temptations


A booth full of pastries awaits visitors at the opening of Helper's annual Christmas Craft Fair Friday afternoon in Civic Auditorium. The weeks-long celebration will continue in Utah's Christmas Town with the Lights On ceremony on Main Street Fri...

Scofield garbage fee: gone but not forgotten


The Pleasant Valley garbage assessment has been deleted from property tax notices for some 480 Scofield area cabin owners, but it's likely to come back from the recycle bin as a separate bill in the mail....

Labor strife made news in Carbon during Depression


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. ...

Legislature to grapple with immigration, affirmative action issues at next session


Most years the number one thing on most Utah State legislators' minds prior to the general session in January: budgetary concerns.

Library on wheels


Jeri Atwood's third grade students excitedly line up for the Book Mobile as it is parked outside Pinnacle Canyon Academy. This mobile unit makes its rounds to the schools and stops at Pinnacle every two weeks so the children can check out their f...

Commission still sees no way for Senior Center industrial shop


"We don't get very many young senior citizens," declared Gerald Anderson. His choice of words was not an oxymoron.

New HHS rules to make insurers spend more on direct patient care


New regulations issued by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) require health insurers to spend 80 to 85 percent of consumers' premiums on direct care for patients and efforts to improve care quality. This regulation, known as the "...

Gas prices for holiday up from last year


With the Thanksgiving holiday nearly here, gas prices are what is on the mind of many drivers.

RMP gives winter safety tips


Delivering safe, reliable electric service is Rocky Mountain Power's continual focus. However, conditions outside of the utility's control, such as severe weather, accidents and other unpredictable situations, can cause power outages despite the ...

Quilting for a cause


In a classroom at the Carbon County Senior Center on Thursday more than 20 members of the Castle Country Quilters were hard at work.

38th Annual Soroptimist International Charity Benefit


The 38th annual Soroptimist International Charity Benefit was held at the Carbon Country Club on Friday evening.

Official Big Horn Sheep watch to be held along Green River


On Dec. 3-4, the Division of Wildlife Resources (DWR) will sponsor a bighorn sheep watch along the Green River corridor.

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