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Published August 9, 2011

Carbon County News

Highway Tragedies: 3 killed in 3 days on Castle Country roads

Pedestrian struck on Ridge Road

Searchers find runaway girl in canyon

Area police and county search-and-rescue volunteers scale the rugged cliffs around East Carbon and Sunnyside Friday afternoon in search of an 11-year-old East Carbon girl who had been reported as runaway and missing. She was spotted on a steep rock o...

District names new principals

Carbon School District continued its reshuffling of administrators as they named two administrators to take over the principal posts at Carbon High School and Mont Harmon Junior High on Thursday....

Weed killer also kills fire

Boyd Anderson of Castle Valley Landscaping (and the Price Volunteer Fire Department) uses pressurized weed killer solution on a small blaze south of the WalMart parking lot and behind the Grace Baptist Church Friday afternoon. Anderson was in the vic...

Group wants to restore historic Helper Arch

Ford "Model A"s once cruised into Helper by passing under clear span arch over what was then a highway.

1961: Dinosaur Quarry begins, drought forces water restrictions

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....

Elks Lodge donates 1,000 to Boys and Girls Club

Thanks to a $1,000 donation from Price Elks Lodge to the local Boys & Girls Club of Carbon County program, the Club will be able to provide additional opportunities for more teens in the Carbon County area to participate in daily programs and activit...

Late night blaze doused by ECC and Sunnyside Fire Departments

Columbia subdivision residents and their homes escaped unscathed Sunday night as both East Carbon and Sunnyside firefighters put down a fast burning brush fire which erupted just 50 feet from residential property. ...

Wellington warns state of possible default on bonds

The mayor and council have put it in writing: "Wellington City is not able to give the citizens the services they deserve. Wellington city cannot make payments on the referenced bonds." The officials contend that the state has cut city revenues to th...

Helper Day of Service may be repeated

Helper's Day of Service proved to be such a success that representatives of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is thinking about repeating it again next year. John Daniels and Keith Cox told the city council that more than 450 volunteers...

Smith's not involved in ground turkey recall

Smith's Food & Drug Stores is clarifying a press release issued Thursday by the Kroger Co. announcing the Company's Class I voluntary recall of approximately 36 million pounds of fresh and frozen ground turkey products, due to possible contamination ...

Ask a Specialist: What is wrong with my tomatoes?

Answer by: Taun Beddes, Utah State University Extension horticulture agent, Cache County

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