Classifieds Business Directory Jobs Real Estate Autos Legal Notices ePubs Subscribe Archives
Today is October 2, 2014
home newssports feature opinion fyi society obits multimedia

Front Page » February 17, 2011 » Local News
Published February 17, 2011

Local News

Driver pleads guilty in auto homicide case


A 27-year-old Emery County man pleaded guilty to automobile homicide Tuesday, admitting in Seventh District Court that he caused the head-on collision that killed a 68-year-old Price motorcyclist last July....

Cities go with the flow on Grassy Trail move


Grassy Trail Reservoir may be on its way to a new location as the the project was given the green light, according to Sunnyside City Mayor Doug Parsons.

Beep if you're a grouse


It was cold and getting colder atop the Tavaputs Plateau as the trio of searchers set out on foot and ATV across Sage Flat at sundown.

Helper gets ready to launch water improvement project


Helper City is getting ready to launch its first project in eight years to upgrade its aging water system. In about two weeks, work will begin on installing an eight-inch line to serve the commercial-industrial area on the south end of town....

Statewide honor for Wellington teacher


Melody Anderson receives congratulations from the Carbon District School Board for winning an award from the Utah Science Teachers Association. She is one of just three elementary teachers statewide, to receive a "Outstanding Elementary Teacher Award...

Coming to a fairgrounds near you, a fishin' hole


Fish may be coming to the county fairgrounds soon. The county is moving ahead with plans to create an urban fishery as part of a multiple-use irrigation project between the racetrack and the Carbon Canal....

An array of antennae


Radio antenna sprout from the ground and from the tops of mobile command post vehicles at the County Fairgrounds during Tuesday's emergency communications drill. The exercise involved law enforcement and public safety agencies from seven eastern Utah...

School bus funds face 'catastrophic' cuts at Legislature


Murrell Martin, transportation specialist for the Utah State Office of Education, did not mince words in the USOE report to the Legislature:

Steve Lasslo, aka 'Mister,' wins monthly teaching award


Steve Lasslo, a second grade teacher at Pinnacle Canyon Academy, won this month's award in the Apples for Teachers program. Danielle Birrell, whose son attends Lasslo's class, wrote the winning nominating letter complimenting him on his outstanding t...

Demand for gasoline down, but prices still go up, AAA says


The latest report from AAA Utah finds every city 9in Utah where AAA tracks the cost of has has seen a significant monthly average jump at the pump. This follows Utah enjoying the lowest gasoline prices in the country since the first of the year....

The friendly fire


This past week as the weather has been improving many people in the area could smell smoke in the air. But it had a distinct odor, different from the fireplaces that have been blazing during the coldest part of the winter....

Researchers capture, collar Henry Mountain bison


In early February, the Division of Wildlife Resources in partnership with the BLM, Sportsmen for Fish and Wildlife, and Utah State University, captured and radio-collared 59 bison on the Henry Mountains. By collaring and radio-tracking bison, wildlif...

Print PageEmail PageShareGet Reprints


Top of Page


 
Local News  
Recent Local News
Quick Links
Subscribe via RSS



Best viewed with Firefox
Get Firefox

© Sun Advocate, 2000-2013. All rights reserved. All material found on this website, unless otherwise specified, is copyright and may not be reproduced without the explicit written permission from the publisher of the Sun Advocate.
Legal Notices & Terms of Use    Privacy Policy    Advertising Info    FAQ    Contact Us
  RSS Feeds    News on Your Site    Staff Information    Submitting Content    About Us