|Published March 15, 2011|
Carbon County News
SE Utah Health to begin drive to stem deaths from presciption meds
This April the local Clean Out Your Medicine Cabinet Committee will be hosting a month long effort to properly locate and dispose of all outdated and unused medications in Carbon County. To do this the group has launched a media campaign aimed at dis...
Price Council approves bonds for water system
Price City has secured funding for water improvements and projects after passing a motion approving a resolution authorizing over $1.4 million in taxable water and sewer revenue bonds....
St. Patrick's Parade
Green was the color of the day Saturday at the annual Price City St. Patrick's Day parade. Hundreds of people participated in the event, while hundreds more lined both sides of Main Street to watch. Additional photos of the parade are on page 11A....
In the late winter and early spring, wildlife biologist Brad Crompton heads out to locations in the wilds of the southeast Utah unit to check on sleeping bears. Why would anyone spend his days crawling into small spaces to poke dangerous animals? Cro...
Karen Bedont nominated for outstanding teacher
Karen Bedont, a teacher of grade 10 through 12 at the Lighthouse High School, was nominated for an outstanding teacher award in the 2011 Apples For Teachers. Nina Shrewsbury, a senior at the Lighthouse, wrote the winning nomination. She wrote, "Mrs. ...
Former Emery deputy accused of child sex abuse dies of of apparent self-inflicted shot
David F. Owens, 74, a former Emery County Sheriff's Captain accused of four counts of aggravated sexual abuse of a child, died Wednesday of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound. ...
Energy Edition coming March 22
The Sun Advocate's annual Energy Edition will be distributed with newspapers on March 22.
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