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Published November 1, 2011

Carbon County News

Candidates weigh in on East Carbon issues


With half of East Carbon's six city council seats up for grabs this year, six candidates came together last Wednesday evening to debate one another publicly while taking questions from local residents requesting transparency and change for local off...

Pledges go aloft at Sally Mauro


Five hundred balloons rise into the sky Wednesday as Sally Mauro Elementary students hold a ceremony to observe Red Ribbon Week. Each balloon carries a hand-written pledge to avoid drug and alcohol abuse. The children have been taking part in the DAR...

1980: Castleview dedicated, x-rated movies stir controversy, burglar 'peppered' with rock salt


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...

Zeroed in for Halloween


A young contestant tries out his pitching arm at a bean bag toss during Saturday's Halloween Spook-tacular on Price Main Street. The event, sponsored by local businesses, attracted hundreds of kids and parents to the two-block street party. Additiona...

Alone in darkness, Kokopelli awaits Price council decision


Sitting in a dark corner at the Price City Domes is a familiar face. He sits in waiting for a permanant location after the previous one was deemed as being a distraction and a hazard for drivers....

Everett Ruess vanished in 1934, but his work lives on in Gallery East exhibit


USU Eastern's Gallery East will present Everett Ruess Block Prints, a Utah Arts Council Traveling Exhibition which includes a selection of block prints created by artist and writer Everett Ruess, who disappeared in the Escalante Canyons in 1934. The...

Prehistoric Museum calls for exhibit artists


The Prehistoric Museum will give area artists an opportunity to showcase their art in a professional gallery setting. The exhibition will run from Nov. 18 through Feb. 4, and is open to all Utah artists (amateur and professional) east of the Wasatch...

Wellington man dies of rollover injuries


A 21-year-old Wellington man died Saturday of injuries suffered in a one-vehicle rollover shortly after midnight Thursday.

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