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Published August 2, 2011

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2 killed in bullet bike crash: Speed reached 134 mph during chase on US 6


Two area residents died when the bullet bike they were riding skidded off U.S. 6 at the first curve on the west side of Wellington and landed near the railroad tracks early Friday....

School district shuffles principals after 2 resign for other positions


The deck of cards for Carbon School District is undergoing a bit of reshuffling with principals leaving, others switching to other schools in the area and a new principal being named all within the last week....

Optical Illusion


The hot air balloon is not really perched in the pine tree. It is well behind the tree in the old Durrant School lot Saturday morning during the International Days balloon rides. Hot Air Enterprises of Pleasant Grove brought the balloon to Price to b...

1959: County opens new high schools


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....

Blue Saige wins International Days Showdown


With spot-on vocal harmony and a true talent for original material, Blue Saige blew away local audiences and judges at this weekend's Texaco Country Showdown. The Price City win ensures the group a chance to compete at the Utah State Final, moving th...

Fishing hole takes shape, with an audience of one


A solitary sea gull is unperturbed by the rumble of heavy construction equipment at the county's new urban fishery near the fairgrounds race track. The pond covers 2.5 surface acres and runs 8 to 12 feet deep. It is part of a multiple-use irrigation ...

Mont Harmon FCCLA team comes up big


Mont Harmon Junior High School's Family, Career and Community Leaders of America students attended a National conference in Anaheim California to compete for the FCCLA National Competition. The hands-on event is held every year. Students who excelled...

Power Source Services honored with safety award


Workers Compensation Fund has honored Power Source Services with the Charles A. Caine Award for Workplace Safety.

Deputies arrest Richfield man after long chase


Carbon County Sheriff's deputies pursued a fleeing suspect in a car chase that led on a winding route over dirt and paved roads around and through Price Friday afternoon.

Backpacks can make school a real pain


School may be a figurative pain in the neck for many children, but what about a literal pain in the neck -- and back?

Adoption Day places 12 pets in loving homes


Emery and Carbon Animal Health sponsored and held an adoption day July 8 for the Emery Animal Shelter and Carbon Animal Shelter, showcasing several cats and dogs from their shelters. The Emery High School Sterling Scholars donated their time in adve...

BLM approves wild horse removal plan for Winter Ridge


The Bureau of Land Management Vernal Field Office approved the Winter Ridge Herd Area (HA) Wild Horse Gather and Removal Plan Environmental Assessment (EA) on July 26, 2011.

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