|Published June 30, 2011|
Carbon County News
Pleasant Valley Days Parade grand marshal is one of its founders
The Grand Marshal of this Saturday's Pleasant Valley Days Parade remembers when there was no parade. In fact, there was no Pleasant Valley Days to speak of until Doris Trease and her late husband, Bud, staged the first one 33 years ago....
1953: UPandL begins Castle Gate Plant, Carbon College faces doom
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....
Celebrating the Centennial
The City of Price and Centennial Celebration sponsors staged two nights of festivities in the city Peace Garden last Thursday and Friday. Thursday's event, staged in conjunction with Culture Connection, featured a talent show featuring local singers....
What kind of summer camps are out there?
It used to be that when someone thought of a summer camp for kids, it was a village in the mountains or a few weeks with a counselor and some compatriots at a lake. In the past few years summer camps have taken new forms, and there well could be a ca...
County ready to vacate ownership of some back country 'roads'
On the maps and in the records, they show up as county roads. On the ground, they show up as ruts in the dirt, sometimes eroded to the point where they are nothing but gullies....
ECC council passes budget, looks for ways to bring in revenue
Council to look at tax rates, franchise taxes, water agreements with Sunnyside and water rate increases
Doctor warns of side effects with increased usage of energy drinks
With the hot summer months upon us, what liquids should children be drinking, and how much should they drink?
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