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Published August 16, 2011

Carbon County News

(Tennis) courts to adjourn at end of October

A possible expansion to add another swimming pool to the Wave Pool complex could leave the city's tennis courts in line for demolition in October.

Carbon County Fair

1963: Dams, rumors of dams and the JFK assassination

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....

A gift for those who give

Linda Ballard (right) presents an $11,621 check to representattives of Habitat for Humanity at a county commission meeting earlier this month.

New tiles needed

Alleviating first-day-of-school jitters

The first day of school can create butterflies in the stomachs of parents and children. However, following a few tips can alleviate feelings of nervousness.

Helper Arts and Music Festival will feature artists at work this year

Artists will be setting up their easels around the Castle Country landscape on Thursday as the Helper Arts and Music Festival's plein air competition gets under way. En plein air is a French phrase meaning "in the open air," and the competition will ...

PSC approves 4.7 percent rate increase for RMP

The Utah Public Service Commission (PSC) has issued a Memorandum Decision approving a stipulation and settlement agreement among parties in the Rocky Mountain Power (RMP) rate case. A final order providing findings of fact, conclusions of law, and o...

Local firms shape up,ship out as exporters

As the local Business Expansion and Retention Project (BEAR) continues to grow and evolve, it mission becomes more and more complex as local entrepreneurs move into a global economy. The once fledgling enterprise of Castle Country BEAR is now funded ...


Armed with health statistics about the dangers of second-hand smoke and the anti-tobacco rules of baseball's major leagues and little leagues, Stacey Basinger has been making the rounds of local city councils asking for laws to keep smoke away from b...

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