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Published December 9, 2010

Carbon County News

Distant past moving into future at USU-CEU Prehistoric Museum

When Ken Carpenter was interviewing for the job of USU-CEU Prehistoric Museum director last spring, he told the search committee one of his chief goals would be to increase attendance by adding more drama and visitor involvement in the exhibits....

Coke or Pepsi? Sunnyside will study the issue

With a previous meeting canceled to due a lack of a quorum and with the winter season arriving, the Sunnyside City Council discussed a number of issues during their regular meeting on Tuesday evening....

Helper Council hears address on addresses from GIS chief

Ben Clement is not running for office, but he is campaigning to promote an idea. The county Geographic Information Systems manager thinks the whole county would be better off changing to a single, uniform addressing system....

Newspaper distributes 'Fire in the Hole' checks

Fire officials from around the county met at the Price Fire Department on Monday to be presented checks from the Sun Advocate for the money that was raised during the Fire in the Hole golf tournament in October. Five checks, each in the amount of...

PRWID adopts 2011 balanced budget

The Price River Water Improved District has adopted its operating budget for the year ahead.

RTSSD will cover cost overrun at Sunnyside

The county's Recreation/Transportation Special Service District approved an extra appropriation of about $2,900 to cover unexpected cost overruns at the Sunnyside ballpark rest rooms....

ECC woman publishes 2012 survival book

East Carbon resident Crystal Abrahams has published a book, 2012 Survival Guide: Will You Be Ready? The book is 433 pages in paperback and more than 600 pages in the electronic Kindle version. Both print and e-book versions are available on Amazo...

Bread n' Soup night a success

Each year prior to the Thanksgiving holiday, the CEU SUN Center hosts an event that they call "Bread n' Soup Night." This year's project was met with much success. Hundreds attended the event, which was held on each of the first four Mondays in ...

Sevier commissioners give go ahead for gas power plant

Sevier Power Company officials were hopeful they would receive approval from the Sevier County Commission for their proposed gas-fired power plant on Wednesday morning.

Flags all over the place for boot camp returnee

Neighbors in north Price put flags all over the lawn of Scott Spensko's home because he is coming home from U.S. Marine Corps boot camp this week. The partially sunny day on Wednesday was a little brighter because of these colors flying....

Holiday fire hazards a real threat to communities

While it may seem Scrooge-like to think about fire hazards during the holidays, many of the activities people engage in - cooking, entertaining, and decorating - all present increased fire risks. According to the nonprofit National Fire Protectio...

Making a list and checking it twice

Kiwanis club members Dave Black and Keith Mason make sure the items purchased for the families are correct. Making wishes come true through their annual sub for santa project is what it is all about....

Change in coyote trapping up for review

After a trapper sets a trap to catch a coyote, when should he or she be required to go back to the trap to see if he caught anything?

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