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Published February 8, 2011

Carbon County News

Wellington commits to sewer bonds, proposes rate increase


The Wellington City Council committed the city to a $240,000 bond issue for sewer improvements, but the town won't see the money from the Community Impact Board until sewer rates increase to guarantee payment. ...

'Newcomer' at Bruin Point is a veteran educator


After 31 years of teaching in the Utah Public School system, Leslie Jewkes has garnered the opportunity to be the newcomer once more. Last week, Jewkes made the jump from fourth grade at Castle Heights to her first administrative job as the new princ...

Price is strong enough to face challenges, Piccolo tells audience at 'State of the City'


The current state of the Price City is strong and the city is ready to meet the challenges of 2011, according to Price City Mayor Joe Piccolo during his State of the City address on Friday....

1943: Thefts, death, mayhem, fire and the legislature


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 in commemoration of the 120th anniversary of the newspaper's birth in 2011. ...

Firefighters convention gets break on Events rent


The county commission has agreed to a half-price deal on Event Center rental for the state firefighters convention in June.

'Exposures' features local photographers


Bill and Tori Austin admire the new exhibit of photographs on display at the Prehistoric Museum in Price at the opening Thursday night. The museum gallery opened its new exhibit "Exposures" to the public on Feb.3. This exhibit is showcasing photogra...

State courts have nothing left to cut from budget but services, administrator tells rural press


If the seven percent reduction in state spending based on early budget estimates becomes real, there's a possibility that the wheels of justice will grind more slowly across Utah....

Airport car rental called a good idea, but insurance is a question


People arriving at Buck Davis Field outside Price sometimes find the last few miles of the trip the most challenging. This has nothing to do with flying. It's about finding a ride into town after touchdown....

Mont Harmon Junior High wrestlers place


Wrestlers from Mont Harmon Junior High placed in recent competition at the Junior High State Wrestling Tournament.

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