|Published September 22, 2011|
Carbon County News
Price teacher qualifies for nation's premier marathon
For years Maren Broadbear looked at people who ran for fun as crazy. It was not an activity she saw as fun at all. Then one day six or seven years ago, her brother wanted the family to participate in a little 5K race in Salt Lake as a fundraiser for ...
9 Mile Canyon Road brings all interests to the table
It takes some doing to bring a 19th Century road up to 21st Century standards, but that's what is happening in Nine Mile Canyon.
As DWRs sows, deer shall reap
The machine itself could pass for a work of modern art, which means at first glance you ask yourself, "What is it?"
1973: Murder trials begin and end, freak accident involves 5 cars, 17 people
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....
Celebrating 100 years of history for Price City almost complete
When Price City turned 100-years-old this year, city officials and residents wanted to find an appropriate way to celebrate the occasion. What could have been just a one time festivity quickly turned into a six month long celebration chock full of e...
Sun Advocate owner receives national award
William (Bill) Brehm, Sr., has been named this years Dean Lesher Award recipient by the Suburban Newspapers of America. Brehm, Sr., has been active in the publishing industry for more than 60 years and at one time served on the SNA Board of Director...
Ask a Specialist: How can trees reduce energy costs?
When you consider the cost of a tree and its lifetime of reducing both heating and cooling costs to homes, it is one of the best values on the market. Consider this information....
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