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Published July 12, 2011

Carbon County News

Redistricting: big issue draws a small crowd


If it had been a street fight, in terms of numbers, it would have been even.

Greeks bearing gifts? No problem here


The annual Greek Festival at the Assumption Orthodox Church in Price once again drew crowds from in and out of town Friday and Saturday. Visitors got to dine on Greek cuisine while costumed folk dancers provided the entertainment. The festival is the...

1955: a year of building and near building


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....

Gator's not real, but archer is


Adam Bedont of Price draws a bead on a 3-D target alligator during national archery competition in San Antonio. Bedont placed 9th in this phase of competition and 10th overall in the National 4-H Shooting Sports Invitational. He qualified by winning ...

USU Eastern welders win in national contest


High school and college students in USU Eastern's welding problem brought home gold medals and other prizes in the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference in Kansas City. ...

Ferruginous orphans at Second Chance


A couple of the newest patients at Second Chance Wildlife Rehabilitation came in together from the Monticello area. These nestling Ferruginous hawks were found on the ground where their nest had collapsed with the branch it was built on.  One of t...

Area police seize cache of synthetic marijuana


After making several under-cover purchases and obtaining a warrant, Carbon Metro Drug Task Force, Sheriff's Department and Price City Police confiscated more than 360 grams of "Spice" - a form of synthetic marijuana - from Price's Skin Inc. during a ...

Helper 'Day of Service' to involve 400+ workers


Helper's Day of Service July 23 is going to involve at least 400 volunteers and as many as 700, according to Mayor Dean Armstrong.

Wellington chief to parents: accompany kid ATV drivers


Wellington Police Chief Lee Barry is giving fair warning to parents who let their underage children ride ATVs in city limits: accompany the kids or face a fine and impoundment....

Farm Bureau to meet here


The Utah Farm Bureau Federation will be holding its annual Midyear Conference Thursday and Friday at the Carbon County Event Center. The theme for this year's conference, "Protecting Our Heritage," illustrates the priorities of technology and of U...

Cold Springs conifers will survive 'fir' another year


Wildlife and forestry officials have given a one-year stay of execution to subalpine fire trees in the Cold Springs Wildlife Management Area on the Tavaputs Plateau.

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