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Published June 14, 2011

Carbon County News

Runoff: lots more to come

Overall, the water content in the unmelted snow in Southeastern Utah was at 442 percent of normal, according to the National Resources Conservation Service.

Sunken truck goes airborne

A powerful Nelco Contractors crane hoists a stranded truck from the fast water of the Price River Wednesday and onto the bridge on U.S. 6 near Consumers Road. The truck carried its driver and two passengers off a cliff and into the Price River Ju...

Water and sweat flow at fire fighters' competition

The determination in their eyes was evident. The task ahead was extremely difficult to participate in, but simple in it's requirements: push their bodies to the absolute limit, complete every task and cross the finish line....

Creekview's former 'artist in residence' dies

Animation artist Karen Aqua, who guided Creekview Elementary School students in the production of an award-winning film about Nine Mile Canyon, died May 30 in a Boston hospital. She was 57....

Congressman's topics range from health to Helper

Most of the talk in Congress about cutting spending and balancing the federal budget has been focused on a mighty small slice of the spending pie, according to Rep. Jim Matheson....

Price blaze is an uphill battle, but fire fighters win

Runaway embers from a small welding project brought out the Price Fire Department this past Saturday as a small brush fire caused major smoke issues above Pioneer Park. According to Price Fire Chief Paul Bedont, the fire, which took place on the ...

Sun Advocate, community volunteers assist burn center

Wiley Wilson, Haiden Thayn and Jaxsten Thayn give in to a ton of comfort at the Sun Advocate's offices on Main Street in Price.

Natural gas cars could offset imported oil, Matheson says

"What can the federal government do about the high price of gasoline?"

USU research shows 'wordless books' better for developmentally disabled

Compared to books with text, wordless books have been shown to increase literacy and vocabulary skills in toddlers with developmental disabilities, according to research from the Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services at Utah S...

Sunnyside bighorn watch scheduled for June 18

Those who live in Sunnyside have an advantage no one else in Utah has - they get to share part of their town with a herd of wild Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep.

Shalisha Moosman attends Girls State

Pinnacle Canyon High has sponsored Shalisha Moosman, daughter of Cordie Moosman, to attend Girls State in Cedar City June 6-11. Shalisha is an honor student at PHS and has been active in FCCLA and student service projects. ...

Utahns can now design their own redistricting maps with new software

For the first time, Utah citizens can draw, share, submit and discuss political boundary maps from the comfort of their own homes.

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