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Published April 26, 2011

Carbon County News

Change of address: County plans gradual change to latitude-longitude system


Carbon County is adopting a new method of assigning addresses, but don't look for any radical changes right away. The change to latitude-longitude addressing is intended to be, in the words of Commissioner Mike Milovich, "a work in process."...

Krompel urges more attention to science, math in local schools


Amid troubling national and state trends concerning the aptitude of high school science and math students, former Carbon County Commissioner and local educator William Krompel approached the Carbon school board to push for what he calls a "re-invigor...

'No Grave Unadorned' to repeat and expand


Last year, in a one-of-a-kind program, a project to place a flower on every grave in Carbon County's cemeteries on or near Memorial Day was started. The idea sprang from the fact that many graves do not get the yearly decorations others do because fa...

1948: A trifecta of state, local and national politics


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....

Many hands add color to Easter holiday


Carbon County families celebrated a traditional Easter at their homes and churches. Coloring eggs and hunting for hidden ones are two time-honored activities. More photos are on page 11A. article goes here...

Cunningham wins highest state public health award


Dave Cunningham, RN, MSN, Health Officer for Southeastern Utah District Health Department (SEUDHD) received the Utah Public Health Association's 2011 Theodore Beatty Award, Utah's most prestigious award for public health service. ...

BLM approves paving of Seep Ridge Road through Book Cliffs


Bureau of Land Management officials have approved the paving of Seep Ridge Road from Uintah County to the Grand County line, leaving some Grand County Council members concerned about the possible impacts to the county....

One unit of blood for every year


Over the next five months, Price City and its residents will be celebrating the city's 100th birthday through a multitude of different events. With the theme for the celebrations focusing on the city centennial, there is hope that one particular even...

Splake ready to be reeled in, DWR says


Located in the Manti-La Sal National Forest about 15 miles west of Orangeville, Joes Valley is home to four predators-splake, tiger trout, cutthroat trout and tiger muskie.

Cedar Mountain crash claims life of Carbon County businessman


A single vehicle accident claimed the life of Carbon County business owner and Helper resident Greg Ferderber on Thursday, according to Emery County Sheriff Greg Funk. Ferderber, 62, was pronounced dead early Friday morning after a brief search for h...

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