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Published April 21, 2011

Carbon County News

Capital outlays, superintendent choice top school board agenda


Administrative change, school renovation and new construction are all in the cards for the Carbon School District this summer as the board approved just over $2.3 million in capital outlay projects and announced a final round of interviews for superi...

Creekview celebrates Earth Day


Veronica Ordner watched and learned from her son, Xyler, on how to go green in her life. Becoming more green took small steps at a time. Turning off the lights in a room when not in use then became turning off the lights in the house for periods of t...

Surprised drivers get a lesson in rail crossing law


It is illegal to drive across railroad tracks while the warning signals are flashing, even though the barricade is going up. That came as a surprise to more than one Price driver Tuesday as the Union Pacific and Price police staged a three-hour targe...

1947: No disasters, but changes for Carbon County


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....

Giving a gift of life


Julia Potts gives the thumbs up sign as she donates a pint of blood on Monday at the USU Eastern student center. The college Trio program sponsored the drive with the American Red Cross. Carbon High also had a blood drive on Monday. Blood supplies ru...

Nominations sought for Leopold Award


Sand County Foundation, in partnership with the Utah Farm Bureau Federation, Utah Cattlemen's Association and Western Ag Credit, seeks nominations for the 2011 Leopold Conservation Award in Utah. ...

Grebe gets second chance


A recent patient at Second Chance Wildlife Rehabilitation, this adult Eared Grebe was found near Huntington on the ground.  This family of birds migrates at night and need water to land on as they are completely helpless on land.  They occasio...

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