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Published May 5, 2011

Carbon County News

Nine Mile project in high gear: $20 million road work will take almost two years

The smashing of champagne bottles against a massive road grader in Nine Mile Canyon Monday afternoon made it official: the anticipated road improvement work has begun full-scale operations....

Flowers blossom as USU Eastern joins the drive

Flowers are coming from all over into the Sun Advocate office for the No Grave Unadorned project.

Two recent fires in East Carbon raise questions about causes

East Carbon and Sunnyside fire officials subdued a fast burning brush fire near the East Carbon walking trail late Tuesday afternoon, stopping the blaze from damaging residential property a mere 50 feet from the path. ...

KSL flies in to honor Castle Heights readers

KSL Channel 5's Nadine Wimmer interviews Kyung Jung Sheen (Jack to his friends), Prescott Herzog and Alida Cummings. These three students were Castle Heights most prolific readers during a year when books were all important in Carbon County. ...

Children's Justice Center marks first year in its new building

For more than a year now, the Family Support and Children's Justice Center has been operating and excelling within their new location on Fairgrounds Road. This new facility has not only brought increased amenities, but a new sense of service and capa...

Four Carbon District teachers win Arch Coal 'Golden Apples' for achievements

Four Carbon School District teachers are among ten area classroom teachers who have recieved 2011 Arch Coal Foundation Golden Apple Achiever certificates, according to Erwin Sass, general manager of the Dugout Canyon mine operated by Canyon Fuel Comp...

Never leave a child alone in a car, health officials urge as temperatures rise

Summer can be a deadly time of year for children. With warmer temperatures on the way, health experts are pleading with parents to be especially careful with their children in and around cars. ...

Sunnyside will give more time for cleanup

Break out the rakes, pile up the dead tree branches, uproot the dead bushes and trim the yards. That's what the Sunnyside City Council is asking residents to do throughout the month of May....

Helper revises cemetery monument rules

The Helper City Council has revised a portion of its cemetery ordinance to allow taller monuments in part of the Mountain View Cemetery. The ordinance had limited their height to 20 inches, but after hearing concerns from some citizens that the restr...

Utility seeks applications for renewable energy projects

Rocky Mountain Power has begun accepting applications for community-based renewable energy project funding from its Blue Sky renewable energy program.

DWR thanks public for input

During the past few months, the Division of Wildlife Resources has hosted open houses in San Juan, Carbon and Emery counties with the objective of collecting public input on how wildlife should be managed in southeastern Utah. Most interest focused o...

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