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Published July 14, 2011

Carbon County News

County protests BLM road closures


The Bureau of Land Management's intention to gate and lock four county roads on the Tavaputs Plateau has provoked a strong protest from the county commission. And the commission is looking for allies at the state and federal level in what may be a ba...

1956: A year of tragic accidents in Carbon


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....

Making way for school buses


Shattered and uprooted cottonwood trees lie on the ground in front of Mont Harmon Junior High Tuesday morning as Nelco Contractors prepare the site for a new school bus offload loop. School District maintenance supervisor Deon Kone said this project ...

DWR to host 'Meet the Bat Night' July 30


The Division of Wildlife Resources will host a "Meet the Bats Night" with a public event in southeastern Utah. The event is free of charge and everyone is cordially invited to attend. Anyone who has ever had an interest in bats will have a once-in-a-...

Sunnyside Rodeo Royalty


Rodeo Queen Kaitlyn Randall, First Attendant Jamie Edwards and Second Attendant Lizzie Jem Sherman starred in the 61st annual Sunnyside Rodeo last weekend. The event was presented by the Grassy Trail Riding Club during East Carbon/Sunnyside Community...

Separate lightning strikes fatal for two in three days


A 56-year-old Price man and a 12-year-old Boy Scout were killed in separate lightning strikes in the region Monday and Wednesday.

Filing deadline Friday for council positions in all Carbon cities


Citizens interested in running for municipal office in Carbon County cities have until the close of business Friday to file with their respective county recorders.

Flood water closes back 9 at golf course


The Carbon County Club golf course had to close the back nine of the course due to flooding in the Price River on Tuesday.

Extension suggests edible ornamentals in home gardens


Currently, raising food has become a hobby for many, but with the uncertain economy, people have again begun planting larger gardens and more fruit trees as a way to stretch their budgets. ...

Rocky Mountain Power plans outage in northern Emery County this weekend


Improvements to the local electric distribution system in Huntington, Lawrence, Cleveland, Elmo and surrounding areas will require a power outage from 6 a.m. to noon on Sunday, July 17 while crews complete the work....

Local students attend Health Career Camp at Southern Utah University


The 13th annual Utah Center for Rural Health's Health Career Exploration Camp was recently held at Southern Utah University, and was attended by multiple Carbon High School students. Students who participated in the health career camp did so because...

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