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Published April 7, 2011

Carbon County News

52 tons of bad news - with some luck, too


Wreckage from a 105,000 pound electric generator lies where it came to rest after falling off the flatbed of a semi Tuesday afternoon near Ford Falls on US 6 north of Helper. Tie down chains snapped as the truck rounded a curve, causing the generato...

Bizarre sequence of events leads to arrest in Price


A local man is in jail after police said he broke into a Utah Highway Patrol vehicle and stole a trooper's jacket on Saturday morning.

First contracts approved in PRWID's multimillion-dollar upgrade projects


The Price River Water Improvement District is close to beginning its $7 million worth of projects for system-wide improvements.

Due West kicks off Price's 100th Birthday


Price City officially kicked off their year long centennial celebration Wednesday night with a dynamic and inspired show courtesy of up and coming country music stars Due West. While the two hour plus acoustic set provided entertainment in spades, th...

Sunnyside sewer project moves forward


Work on a sewer outfall line in Sunnyside and East Carbon has a few kinks that need to be worked out, but the project is continuing to go forward as planned.

1945: 'V' is for victory, liquor store sells out


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 1891....

Plenty of water in high country, but runoff looms


Water content in the snowpack in the Price River drainage is at 118 percent of normal, and that doesn't count the moisture already in the ground.

Poetry reading Thursday at USU Eastern


Nancy Takacs and Jason Olsen will be presenting a reading of poetry and fiction in the USU Eastern Little Theater on Thursday, April 7, at 7:00 p.m. The event is free.

Sage grouse event Saturday


Each spring, sage-grouse gather on strutting grounds to engage in an age-old courtship ritual. The males gulp air to inflate greenish-yellow pouches on their chest. As air is expelled from these balloon-like pouches, they emit a curious "bloop, bloop...

Wind Symphony to perform Saturday at USU Eastern


The Eastern Utah Wind Symphony, a college-community concert band at USU Eastern, will present a spring concert on Saturday evening at 7:30 in the Jennifer Leavitt Student Center. The program will mark the end of the Wind Symphony's tenth concert seas...

Success story at Upward Bound


Tiana Young, Felicia Wayman, Carly Juggert, Jade Powell, Rhiannon Aguayo and Angelica Gomez gather around the supplies they gathered for the Newborn in Needs Program. They are part of the Upward Bound program at USU Eastern. Upward Bound is a federa...

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