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Published September 15, 2011

Carbon County News

'It takes a village' as coalitions come together for recovery night


With eight local deaths attributed to substance abuse issues and overdose in the past year alone, community members and organizations all over Southeastern Utah have made drug abuse prevention, education and recovery the focus of their every resource...

'Escape artist' dog home after 10 months


Chip is something of a Cool Hand Luke among canines, or, as Colleen Tingey puts it, "A real Houdini, an escape artist."

A tall order for a name change


With the help of a 101-foot-high crane and tall ladder trucks, workers from Young Electric Sign Co. change the signage of Far West Bank to AmericanWest Tuesday. The change in name does not represent a change in ownership. The 18 branches of AmericanW...

Weeds pose problems for residents, businesses across city


Taking a stroll along some sidewalks around Price could make some people feel as if they were hiking in the backcountry.

Big talent comes to life in a small town


Immanuel Kant once said that, "the nice part of growing up in a small town is that even if you don't know what you are doing, someone else does." If this is true, then the future could be very bright for USU Eastern freshman Mark Swink. Because while...

Peirce to walk the red carpet


Late September is right around the corner and that means Lisa Peirce is gearing up for her trip to work for the Primetime Emmys in Los Angeles. For the past 10 years, Peirce has been working for the Oscars and Primetime Emmys, walking the red carpet...

ECC voters narrow list of council candidates to 6


Following a tumultuous year which saw the East Carbon City Council heavily debate local debt and the municipal budget, a tight primary election took place Tuesday night, setting the table for November's general election. Of the 11 individuals running...

Carbon County Sheriff's Office joins in search for missing Utah woman


The ongoing search for missing Utah woman Susan Powell now has the involvment of the Carbon County Sheriff's Office, according to Sheriff James Cordova.

1972: Murders and Carbon High dress code made news


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....

Animals will get a new shelter soon


Interwest Construction wins with $1,439,000 bid, local firms to get share as subs

County slates hearing on Tavaputs road closures


Two months after firing off a letter protesting the Bureau of Land Management's intention to close four roads around the Bill Barrett Corp.'s West Tavaputs gas field, the Carbon County Commission is going to follow the letter of state law and hold a ...

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