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Published November 8, 2011

Carbon County News

Energy producers honor 2 for lifetime achievements


The Southeastern Utah Energy Producers Association conferred lifetime achievement awards Thursday on David Zaccaria of Tram Electric and on Harmond Electric, founded by the late George Harmond Sr....

'You'd really love to meet her sister'


The biggest tiger trout ever caught in Utah died for science and for the good of Scofield Reservoir. She was caught in a gill net during October's annual fall survey of fish populations at the lake....

1982: Population booms, fire destroys American Legion Post, gas drops to $1.17


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...

'Grazie, rappresentante'


State Rep. Christine Watkins accepts a certificate of appreciation from Stella d'America president Charles Hamilton during the organization's luncheon Sunday. The group was saying thanks for Watkins' work in sponsoring and promoting the legislation t...

Wind Symphony at Civic Aud


Guest conductor William S. Carson wields the baton at Saturday's Eastern Utah Wind Symphony concert in the newly renovated Price Civic Auditorium. Carson is director of bands at Coe College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. He was also guest clarinet soloist at...

Methodist roast beef dinner well attended from opening bell


Michelle and Ken Fleck talk with one of the servers at the Methodist roast beef dinner on Saturday. Ken was dressed to serve but when the family showed up he became a customer, but was soon taking food out to people after he was done....

Saving water and energy in the home


More Americans than ever before are striving to be environmentally-friendly these days. Not only does conserving water and energy help reduce our imprint on the planet, it can also ease the burden on our wallets. ...

114 workers lose jobs at Dugout Canyon mine


Canyon Fuel's Dugout Canyon mine near Wellington eliminated 114 jobs Thursday in what its parent company called a "market driven" response to weak regional demand for coal.

College loses students, will revamp enrollment


With full-time enrollment down 11.2 percent from last year, USU Eastern has decided to restructure its student services department completely to reverse the decline.

Blue Alert to be used in Utah


Utah will now issue a Blue Alert to warn the public about violent criminals who kill or seriously injure a law enforcement officer. The Blue Alert will notify law enforcement, media and the public by e-mail, text and electronic highway signs....

Emergency alert test will interrupt TV, radio Wednesday


Utah Governor Gary R. Herbert announced that on Wednesday at 12:00 PM the federal government will conduct the first nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System (EAS).

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Rocky Mountain Power will pay for old, operating refrigerators, freezers


If preparing for winter includes a fall clean-up project, then getting rid of that old second refrigerator can help you save energy and money just in time for colder weather. Whether you have it stored in the garage or basement, or want to get rid of...

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