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Published May 10, 2011

Carbon County News

School District chooses new superintendent


Carbon School District officials announced on Thursday night at their retirement dinner that a new superintendent has been selected to replace outgoing Patsy Bueno.

USU Eastern bids farewell to class of 2011


Life is an endless parade of choices for USU Eastern graduates who are preparing to take their next step in life after reaching a milestone of graduating from college.

Fine day for Cinco de Mayo


Ten year old Amberia Mena's smile outshines the sun Saturday in East Carbon's Cinco de Mayo parade. She was chosen as princess of the festival. The city park was dedicated to the all-day event, which featured entertainment and food. This is East Carb...

Community support grows for 'No Grave Unadorned'


The Carbon-Emery community is putting hands to work to make sure that every grave in the two-county area will be decorated for Memorial Day.

1949: Labor strife dominates news


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....

National Guard dedicates renovated armory


Brig. Gen. Jefferson Burton accepts a copy of "City of Diversity" from Price Mayor Joe Piccolo during Wednesday's ribbon cutting ceremony at the newly reconstructed National Guard Armory. The 55-year-old armory has undergone more than $1 million in s...

Ice off means hot fishing at Scofield Lake, DWR says


Fishing at Scofield is usually best just after the ice leaves the reservoir, according to the Division of Wildlife Resources. That's when hungry trout, trapped under an ice sheet all winter long, finally gain access to food that's on or near the wate...

Helper decides on new use for city hall: a visitor center


According to the rules of logic and the Utah Department of Transportation, highway signs directing people to the Helper Visitor Information Center will be permitted only if Helper has a visitor information center. ...

Construction to begin on Highway 10 south of Price


The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) will allow construction work at night on state Route 10 south of Price to reduce traffic congestion and expedite improvements to the roadway. ...

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