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Published August 23, 2011

Carbon County News

Legislature may take a new look at Wellington's budget shortfall


Wellington City's mass-mailed plea for budget relief to state officials has drawn a response from the top-ranking House member of the legislature's Revenue and Taxation Interim Committee....

Dinosaurs roar


It was 2007 since the Carbon High Dinos football team won a game in front of the hometown fans. The energy of playing in front of a hometown crowd and the adrenline that situation provides is something each and every player and coach on the football ...

Helper Arts and Music Festival


You could buy a still-life in Helper last weekend, but you couldn't live one.

1965: Carbon College becomes CEU


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....

Fire, smoke damage Sunnyside home


Combined forces of the East Carbon and Sunnyside fire departments battle a fire a 118 4th West in Sunnyside Saturday night. The fire, which started in the basement, caused extensive smoke and fire damage to the dwelling. The departments arrived in ti...

Carbon High principal ready for school to start


Bruce Bean may call himself a naturally shy type of person, but ask anyone who has worked closely with him and they can tell you otherwise. Plus his new job will require him to be anything but shy. ...

Habitat for Humanity makes progress on Wellington home


On August 17, Wells Fargo Bank paired up with Castle County Habitat for Humanity to put a major dent in the balance of the work needed to finish the Habitat Project House in Wellington. Wells Fargo donated $10,000 for materials needed and then even b...

Carbon Avenue closed for rail crossing repair


As planned, Carbon Avenue was closed to traffic Sunday and the barricades and signs remained in place Monday. The closure was necessary for repairs to the railroad crossing at about 100 South. The vital traffic artery should be opened by Tuesday even...

Parrot Head golfers raise funds for foster care, Boys and Girls Club


The Eastern Utah Parrot Head Club wrapped up its annual benefit golf tournament on July 30, bringing in 33 teams and raising $6,500 for The Utah Foster Care Foundation. Those proceeds were used to purchase gift cards at the Price JC Penny's for "back...

Castleview announces tobacco-free policy at hospital


Castleview Hospital has announced plans to implement a new tobacco-free policy at all facilities effective January 1, 2012.

State accepting applications for rebates for solar, wind energy systems building


The Utah Office of Energy Development has begun accepting applications on the $1 million available in rebates for solar and wind energy systems installations.

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