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Published March 3, 2011

Carbon County News

Last-minute bill jeopardizes public right to information


A bill introduced by an American Fork representative to the Utah State legislature in the waning hours of meetings could affect everyone's ability to get information about various government agencies, particularly information about some of what the l...

PRWID slates hearing on bonds, proposed rate hikes


The Price River Water Improvement District is ready to begin advertising for bids on about $7 million worth of water and sewer projects, and is proposing rate increases to help finance the work....

'Magical' kickoff for Relay for Life


The 2011 Relay for Life got off to an inspired start Tuesday night as members of the Castle Valley community gathered at the Carbon District Administrative Offices to prepare for the annual endeavor and hear from a local family who recently fought th...

A sign of spring


Construction on water lines in Price City is ongoing, as seen here on 300 East near 100 South Tuesday. The work is being done by Terry Brotherson Excavating, out of Mt. Pleasant. The project is about 40 percent complete and is on time, according to G...

Wreck crumples car, UPS packages rerouted


Price City police officers survey the scene after a car ran into a United Parcel Service truck at the intersection of 300 S and Highway 55 on Tuesday afternoon. According to a police report, a 2003 silver Oldsmobile Alero driven by Joshua Hayes, 29, ...

Lighthouse senior wins HS diesel competition


Kale Cotner, a senior at Lighthouse High School, won first place in the high school division of a diesel mechanics skills competition held at USU/CEU. He also placed second in the overall competition. His college instructor is Dean Collard. ...

U researchers find obesity may add to pain sensitivity in fibromyalgia patients


Bone and joint pain is relatively common among obese people, but until a recent study by University of Utah pain management researchers, being seriously overweight had not been definitively linked to pain sensitivity and other symptoms of the chronic...

Serfustini becomes SA associate editor


For the second time, John Serfustini has settled into a spot at an editor's desk at the Sun Advocate, demonstrating that for a few, maybe you can go home again. Publisher Richard Shaw named him associate editor of the paper this week. One of Serfusti...

'Common Core Express' makes 1st run


The Common Core Express was loaded with interested parents, teachers and community members at the Carbon School District Office recently. The participants had come to hear about the new common core standards that will begin to be implemented as earl...

Little boy touches off big fire


A Price fire fighter approaches the tall flames of a brush fire Tuesday afternoon near the Central Park mobile home area off Carbonville Road. Crews from two fire trucks managed to quell the blaze in a few minutes. Residents of the park said "a littl...

USU offers tips about starting veggies indoors


One option many gardeners have not considered is raising vegetable starts indoors from seed to be later transplanted to the garden. Indoor growing takes extra work, but allows gardeners flexibility on the varieties they may use. It can also be an enj...

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