|Published December 16, 2010|
Carbon County News
Deer will love this story
Like a bull with an attitude and an appetite, the machine roars and butts into an eight-foot tall juniper. It's no contest. The tree topples, and chips fly as heavy steel teeth on a rotating drum on the front of the machine rip through the bark a...
Why worry about buses? Lost kids (and parents) know
Last August, on the very first day of school, cops pulled over a suspicious car in the Westwood subdivision. A caller had tipped them off that the car was shadowing a school bus for several blocks. ...
1941-42: Sad notes as war, death shadow Carbon County
Editor's 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 newspaper's birth approaches in 2011. ...
Paleo gifts for needy children
Bill Heffner (left), who works in the paleontology lab at the USU-CEU Prehistoric Museum, and Utah Friends of Paleontology President-elect Ralph Escamillo load Christmas gifts into the museum's van Wednesday morning. The presents, collected from ...
Green Team: Save big, with a small commitment
As winter weather bears down on the Castle Valley, the local Green Team is working overtime to ensure that their efforts match the energy consumption of the season. Ryan Petersen, the team's Market Director, recently released information stressin...
Schools to computerize bus system
The Carbon Board of Education has been looking for an easier and more efficient way of routing buses, recording vehicle maintenance and easing the pain of transportation woes when it comes to information about busing for years. Now it appears the...
New snow removal law for ECC
As the winter season arrives and the snow starts to accumulate on streets, driveways, sidewalks and in every other nook and cranny, East Carbon City councilors are hoping residents will do their part in shoveling and moving snow. Just not out int...
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