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Published January 6, 2011

Carbon County News

Park settlement: 6 months full pay


Former Carbon School District Superintendent George Park will receive his full compensation from Jan. 1 through June 30 this year on regular paydays, and will work for the district as a consultant for that length of time....

Fire destroys trailer at Railco loadout


An attempt to thaw out frozen pipes under a fifth-wheel trailer apparently touched off a blaze that destroyed the vehicle Wednesday afternoon.

Sunnyside council decides on Pepsi and COLA for workers


In a bit of irony, the Sunnyside City council chose COLA - a cost of living adjustment for full-time city employees - and Pepsi at their meeting on Tuesday night.

Carbon County's first baby of 2011


Elizabeth and Oscar Sosa hold their new daughter, Valentina, the first baby of 2011 born at Castleview Hospital. Valentina was born on Jan. 3 at 3:09 p.m., weighed 7 lbs. 9.5 oz. and was 20.5 inches tall....

Kitchen rag starts fire at Castle Heights


A small fire behind a stove at Castle Heights Elementary broke the calm of the northeast Price neighborhood on Tuesday morning about 7:20 a.m.

1942: Carbon patriotism shows in war funding


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. ...

Stamps or bonds?


World War II brought on all kinds of ways for the public to help fund the fight against fascism. Bonds were a major investment considering wages at the time and many people bought stamps which also accrued interest, but were less expensive. Depen...

Breakup of GR fuel heist yields suspects in other thefts


A report of suspicious activity and a suspicious vehicle in Green River led to the arrest of three Cuban men.

Police respond to holiday decor


Eddy and Vicky Courtright have been complimented for the Christmas light display that outlines the eaves of their pristine home on Areva Road in Roosevelt.

USDA rural development helps rural areas


Utah communities, businesses and citizens received millions of dollars of investments over a two year period between 2009-10, with the support and resources of the United States Department of Agriculture's Rural Development Agency. ...

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