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Published September 1, 2011

Carbon County News

Public safety had no notice of road closure


Dispatch, sheriff, fire and ambulance were not informed of blockage in Carbonville; UP says it notified County

Early voting in ECC


Darma Lopez takes advantage of early voting in East Carbon City's primary runoff election for city council. Interest in the election among candidates is high this year, with 11 hopefuls vying for three seats. The primary will narrow the field down to...

The 'Mendoza Railway' rides a worry-free track in Helper


Call it a railroad without worries. No schedules, no track repairs and no fuel expenses interfere with the happiness of the Mendoza Railway in Helper.

1968: Vietnam casualities mount, floods and fires hit county


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....

Utah Sheriff's Association scholarship winners


Carbon County Sheriff James Cordova presents checks for $1000 each to Hollie Grange and Madison Christiansen last week to help finance their college educations. Also receiving scholarships, but not pictured are Mariah Pollock and Tanner Fausett. The ...

Saturday morning at Farmer's Market


A steady stream of shoppers shows up on the west side of the Price Peace Garden on Saturday morning to take advantage of home-grown produce and other garden products on sale from local sellers. The event takes place every Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon...

Teamwork often needed in battle against 'hoppers


The old adage "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure" is good advice when dealing with various gardening issues. This time of year, large grasshoppers are appearing around yards and gardens. Many gardeners saw small grasshoppers several wee...

Recreation planning in Price could give you some kind of complex


When the news of the possible closure of the Price City tennis courts at the end of October spread to the tennis players in the community, they took action. Carbon High School tennis players, community tennis players, family, friends and other concer...

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