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Published November 24, 2010

Carbon County News

Bill Krompel looks back on 24 years as commissioner...


Bill Krompel's desk looks like it always does, covered with documents. An industrial-strength hand-held calculator serves double duty as a paperweight. On a cabinet off to the side, scroll after scroll of rolled up maps and plans rest in balanced...

...As Jae Potter looks ahead to the challenges of the job


Like many people who have lived much of their lives in Price and Carbon County, Jae Potter has come to appreciate the area he grew up in as a child and as a parent raising his family. While things may have changed over time, Main Street no longer...

Gov. Herbert declares 'Small Business Saturday' for state


Gov. Gary R. Herbert has declared this Saturday as "Small Business Saturday in Utah" in support of a national initiative to encourage consumers to shop and spend at small, locally owned merchants on the Saturday following Thanksgiving....

'Fiddler' draws crowds to Mont Harmon


The Castle Valley Community Theatre closed out its week-long run of "Fiddler on the Roof" Monday in the Mont Harmon Auditorium. The show was produced by Gail Scoville and John Behn. Wendy Grant and Rebecca Taylor directed the music and David Wils...

County faces draft, alien registration as war draws near


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. ...

'Greater Tuna' comedy comes to Rio stage


What do two disc jockeys at radio station OKKK, the members of the Smut Snatchers of the New Order, two very different twins, a child who is constantly followed by a pack of dogs, a Humane Society employee wrecked by the plight of ducks, a cranky...

Senior Center has new usage rules


The Carbon Senior Citizens Center outlined its policies for private group use in a presentation to the County Commission last Wednesday.

BLM director wants to issue more permits for oil, gas


The Utah Bureau of Land Management state director was recently quoted as saying he plans to issue more drilling permits for more oil and gas drilling to occur.

Stan the Drum Man returns to Helper Junior High


Stan the Drum Man, aka. Stan Secrest from New York, returned this fall for a second year to Helper Junior High School for the annual drum making event. Sponsored by the Utah Division of Arts and Museums, and under the direction of art teacher Cat...

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