|Published December 21, 2010|
Carbon County News
George Park resigns from Carbon schools
In a special Carbon School District board meeting held on Friday at 8 a.m., it was announced that under a confidential agreement with the board, Superintendent George Park has resigned. ...
Crusher gives new life to old concrete
Just in time for Christmas, the county's road department got a present - a 54-ton, $360,000 jaw crusher that can pulverize concrete slabs into pebbles.
Fix-it lists across county come to $58 million
Beware of any dollar figures you'll see in these articles. The numbers are the tentative, temporary, good-faith estimates of the capital improvements local cities and county government would like to begin next year. ...
Price couple's Christmas Village brightens holiday
This is only a small 'neighborhood' of Betty and Jim Peterson's Christmas Village. They have been collecting a few buildings at a time for the past 21 years and now the town fills their entire living room. More photos are on page 11A. ...
1942: From Great Depression to Greatest Generation
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. ...
Job's Daughters shop/wrap for angels
Last weekend, members from Bethel 3 of Price, International Order of Job's Daughters, helped shop and wrap gifts for several angels from the Eastern Utah Community Credit Union Angel Tree. Pictured left to right are Abby Olivas, Kylie Ockey, Sam...
With a fabulous and festive Christmas village display, Betty and Jim Peterson of Price display a multitude of village houses, trains and mementos for their Holiday celebration. This village display consumes their entire living room (now furniture...
Work pays off with world championship horse
It took a lot of time, training and effort to accomplish a goal. For one East Carbon couple, everything paid off in the end.
SEUEPA gives gifts to United Way Angel Tree
Anne Boyle (left), coordinator of the United Way of Eastern Utah Angel Tree project, accepts gifts delivered by Karra Hillam, event coordinator for the Southeastern Utah Energy Producers Association. SEUEPA donated $1,200 to provide Christmas gif...
Southeastern Utah fishing report
SCOFIELD RESERVOIR: Anglers report that the ice thickness ranges from 7 to 10 inches, depending on the location and water temperature. Aquatics Program Manager Paul Birdsey reports good fishing in the dam channel and along the east side using a ...
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