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Published October 4, 2011

Carbon County News

Renovated Price Library to reopen Wednesday, city to host appreciation day


Price City is going to sponsor a Citizen Appreciation Day Wednesday in conjunction with the grand reopening of the remodeled city library.

1974: Region faces severe drought, bizarre chase ends in motel


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. The article is being written from front page stories that appeared during each year in commemoration of the 120th anni...

Castle Heights kids to Mr. and Mrs. Bate: 'Here's our get well gift'


He is a school icon over at Castle Heights. Bill Bate - or Mr. Bate as he is know to all who attend the school - has been the school principal and now teaches PE and organizes many other events at the Price elementary school. A couple of weeks ago ...

Lady Luck's vote breaks East Carbon primary tie


Lynn Archuleta's straw is slightly longer that rival Janice Hunt's, so Archuleta will go on the ballot for East Carbon City Council in the November general election. The drawing of lots on Monday was mandated by the Lieutenant Governor's office when...

Boxcar Gallery exhibit to feature works by Prazen, Blanton


The Boxcar Gallery at 41 South Main in Helper is proud to announce that they are now showing original creations by artist Gary Prazen and Dan Blanton. They are also excited to represent local water color artist Scott Yelonek. The owners of the galler...

Raising hope for victims of a rare disease


Young participants release balloons Saturday morning at the Castle Valley Center in Price as part of the fund raising event for Share and Care Foundation. The foundation assists families with members affected by Cockayne Syndrome. The disease is extr...

Recovery Night event at Carbon High School


Keynote speaker Craig PoVey, Program Administrator for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, addresses parents and students at Carbon High School Thursday night. PoVey and his presentation were part of the 2011 Recovery Nigh...

USDA agricultural census for 2012 begins in December


The US Department of Agriculture's National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) will soon be conducting the 2012 Census of Agriculture.

U of U opens Cosmic Ray Visitor Center in Delta


The University of Utah's Department of Physics and Astronomy will hold an open house at 1 p.m. Wednesday at the new Millard County Cosmic Ray Visitor Center in Delta.

College slates major announcement at Founders Day


Utah State University-College of Eastern Utah will commemorate its founding on Oct. 15 in celebration of its 73-year education legacy that will include an important announcement pertaining to the future growth of the college and the greater Price co...

City, schools agree to keep courts open


Just two months ago, Price City's tennis courts were scheduled to be shut down at the end of October in preparation for an expansion of recreation activities at and near Washington Park. But now, two months later, the tennis courts will have their sh...

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