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Published October 6, 2011

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College in mourning over death of basketball coach

Students and faculty at USU Eastern spent Wednesday morning grieving together as the news of men's basketball coach Brad Barton's death shocked many on campus and in the community....

Walking in the rain

Despite the rain and cooler weather, Castle Heights students, teachers and parents gathered at the Price Dino Mine park to participate in the National Walk to School day. This event is to encourage more students to walk to school daily. The PTA had p...

Fiery end to a very good water year

The mountains around Scofield Reservoir are ablaze with autumn color at the end of September. The reservoir itself was at more than 85 percent of capacity as of Sept. 30, the end of the water year, according to the Natural Resources Conservation Serv...

1975: New school arises from ashes of old

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...

Pinnacle contributes to Spencer's Wishes

Al Shakespeare, along with members of his staff from Pinnacle Nursing and Rehabilitation in Price, present Phil Roundy from Spencer's Wishes with a $5,500 donation. The donation was garnered via Pinnacle's "Hogs and Rods" Charity Ride and Show this ...

Price Job's Daughters Bethel 3 welcomes 3 new members

Daughters from Bethel's 1, 16 and 3 gather around the altar at the Price Masonic Temple on Sunday following the initiation of three new members into Bethel 3.

Head Start welcomes students

Wellington RUCD Head Start welcomed the children back to school on Sept. 26 at an open house. The theme was The Wizard of Oz, where the children were greeted at the door by their Family Advocates. Parents and students were then directed toward the...

Rocky Mountain Power offers free classroom materials for K-9 electrical safety training

Autumn is the season of back to school and Rocky Mountain Power wants to remind parents, teachers and students of its electrical safety educational information available free online. A variety of materials and resources for grades K-9 are available f...

Contributors to offer reward for info on 9 Mile vandalism

Several companies and organizations interested in protecting the archaeology of Nine Mile Canyon against vandalism have pooled their resources to offer a reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of persons responsible for defacing ...

No election necessary in Price, 3 candidates will occupy 3 seats

This is the first time it has ever happened, and will probably be the last, but the November election for Price City Council will not be held this year, despite the fact there will be new faces on the council after Jan. 1, 2012....

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