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Published June 28, 2011

Carbon County News

Flash mobs ain't got nothin' on this


Flash mobs usually seemed reserved for twenty-somethings who want to do a dance as a group in a public place, or teenagers looking to make a scene in a city square. But on Saturday a flash mob showed up in the most unlikely of places....

1 killed, 1 injured in ATV accident


A 27 year old Vernal man was killed and a fellow drilling rig worker from Grand Junction, Colo. was injured Thursday night in an ATV accident at Peter's Point on the Tavaputs Plateau in Carbon County. ...

1952: Floods and another presidential visit


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....

Price finds traces of water at Emma Park


Price City's exploration for water is reaching deep in Emma Park and the results are showing the city may be seeing a new source of water for the future.

Police investigating bike shop burglary


Price City Police are investigating a break-in and theft that occurred at Decker's Bicycle last week.

Getting ready for International Days


As Price City is preparing for the International Days celebration, the city has decided to get in a little yard work in the weeks leading up to the three-day event.

Carbon Rec offers fun ways to reduce youthful obesity


Obesity in America has been on the rise during the last 20 years. It has become an epidemic among our youth. A sedentary life style has begun to replace old habits of playing outside and not coming home until dark. No longer are playgrounds filled...

Most campgrounds open in Manti-LaSal, but USFS warns of muddy conditions, rock falls


Although most developed campgrounds are open on the Manti-La Sal National Forest, campers should be prepared for mud, fallen trees, and high, swift waterways throughout the Forest. Forest managers are asking that campers stay on roads and camping sp...

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