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Published March 29, 2011

Carbon County News

'Ganbare, Nippon': The message from USU-CEU students to a stricken nation: 'Hang in there, Japan!'


Ryosuke Aotani, a 19-year-old Japanese student at USU-CEU, had been "Skyping" with his girlfriend in Osaka when she told him the news: there had been an earthquake in the northeastern part of their island....

National "We love Japan" Tae Bo Day hits Carbon County


Pamela Jewkes instructs a Helper crowd in the finer points of Tae Bo. Local certified instructors Jewkes, Jamill Tapia and April Larsen instructed classes all day Saturday to allow local residents to participate in the National "We love Japan," Tae ...

'Scouting for Food' nets 4.5 tons


Michelle Holley, AJ Vigil, Daviana Martinez, Collette Freestone, Mary Quintana, Joseph Vigil and Johnny English pose around 9,177 pounds of donated food collected by the Boy Scouts of America this past Saturday. According to Quintana, this year's dr...

Rising fuel prices add to city tab for Emma Park drilling


With fuel prices rising across the nation, Carbon County residents may be feeling the effects each and every time their gas tank hits empty on the gauge and they pull into a gas station. For Price City, the rise in fuel prices hits the city check boo...

Good fences make good neighbors, but...


There's an old saying in a poem by Robert Frost that says, "Good fences make good neighbors." But with one local example, that may not be the case.

1944: Tragedies in combat and mines were the worst


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 1911....

College faces 9 percent tuition hike


USU-College of Eastern Utah will remain the lowest cost alternative among state-supported higher education institutions next year, but it's still going to be more expensive for students than it is this year....

No plan a close women's shelter


There is no immediate plan or decision to close the Colleen Quigley Women's Shelter in Price, according to the Utah Department of Human Services.

Taking aim during Coal Country shoot


A shooter takes careful aim at the flying target before pulling the trigger during the 24th annual Coal Country travel trophy shoot at the Helper Gun Club. This shoot was a coal company-sponsored event for anyone who is affiliated or involved in the ...

Utah job count shows modest gain


Utah's nonfarm wage and salaried job count for February 2011, as measured by the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) through its monthly employer survey, expanded by 1.6 percent compared against February 2010. Total wage and salary employm...

No prairie dog hunting April 1 to June 16


Starting April 1, you can't hunt prairie dogs on public land in Utah.

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