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Published September 13, 2011

Carbon County News

Wood Hill rollover injures 4


Two young adults and two children were injured Wednesday evening when the SUV they were riding in plunged off a cliff north of Price.

Price dedicates pioneer statue


The Pioneer Woman now has her rightful place near the old Pioneer cabins and among the trees and green grass that makes up Pioneer Park in Price. Eleanor and Cecil Jorgensen, the two surviving children of Florence Virginia Horsley Jorgensen, pose be...

Horizon mine reopens Wildcat loadout facility


Record revenue, production in 1st half of year

Mark Holyoak named Castleview chief exec


Castleview Hospital announced Monday that Mark C. Holyoak has been appointed its chief executive officer effective immediately. Holyoak has served the hospital as chief operating officer since 2010 and as interim CEO since January 2011. He succeeds ...

Coffee, popcorn money donated to CV kids


Wayne Clausing, the store manager at Sutherlands in Price, hands off a jar with over $1,100 in it to Beverly Martinez and Kristina Schade from the Castle Valley Center. The donation will be used to buy equipment for the school. The money came from th...

Vandals deface 9-Mile site


Vandals using charcoal from a campfire scrawled graffiti on the rock walls of the so-called 'First Panel' in Nine Mile Canyon. The site is one of the archaeological treasures of the canyon, earning its name because it is the first major example of an...

1971: UP and L breaks ground on Huntington Plant


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....

Day of Caring makes a difference in Price


Saturday's Day of Caring in Price brought out 148 volunteers to clean up streets and transform the appearance of landscapes around public buildings and residences. The event was organized by the United Way of Eastern Utah. A few of the projects inclu...

Civil Air Patrol to launch recruitment drive


The cadet squadron of the Civil Air Patrol is hosting a recruitment event Saturday, Sept. 17 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the north side of Washington Park for any youth interested in learning more about becoming a member of the squadron. ...

Ferron Field of Flags patriotic program


Ferron Peach Days second annual Patriotic Program Field of Flags was held at 7 a.m. on Sept. 10. With the backdrop of the Field of Flags placed on the lawn the program was held before a large audience. The American Legion brought in the flag and pres...

Signs of whirling disease found in Green River


The parasite that causes whirling disease has been found in four rainbow trout taken from the Green River below Flaming Gorge dam.

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