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Published December 13, 2011

Carbon County News

The human side of immigration law


Carbon family split as father is denied US re-entry

Human remains found in manhole


Hazardous materials vans, an ambulance, the sheriff's mobile command center, and more than a score of emergency responders lined the east side of US 6 just south of Price early Monday afternoon. ...

1988: City approves Wave Pool, mammoth discovered at dam site


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...

ECDC wants to modify permits to include PCBs


During a work meeting prior to East Carbon's City's most recent council session, local officials were approached by East Carbon Development Corporation (ECDC) administrators concerning the company's most recent proposed venture. Currently, ECDC is w...

Alone for Christmas


Off to the side of Sunnyside Junction, towering above the sage and grass, a solitary Christmas tree offers holiday greetings to motorists passing by. The tree is an annual project for a small group in East Carbon who have included solar panels to kee...

Cattlemen honor Tate Jensen


The Utah Cattleman's Association honored Tate Jensen posthumously on Dec. 1 by presenting his family with the Distinguished Cattleman's Award on Tate's behalf. The award, which is the highest honor which a member of the association can receive, was ...

Michael Petersen to leave UEN, will resume teaching at USU


Former College of Eastern Utah President Michael A. Petersen will resign as executive director and CEO of UEN, and take a six month sabbatical leave starting January 1, 2012. He will become a faculty member at Utah State University's Tooele campus n...

Local Share Fair helps out those in need


As the economy continues to loom large over many local families impacting what they can and cannot afford, the Pinnacle Future Farmers of America wanted to do something to help out. With the thought of families sometimes struggling to get what they ...

USU Eastern's Bread 'n Soup raises more than $32,000 for Carbon Food Bank


The $3,811.21 raised during the 2011 Bread 'N Soup Night, increased USU Eastern's thirteen year total donation to the Carbon County Food Bank to $32,344.80. "With only three Bread 'N Soup Nights scheduled [as opposed to the usual four], it was grat...

Hit-and-run suspect booked on DUI charge


A 36-year-old Price woman who allegedly struck an 11-year-old bicyclist on his way to school Friday morning and left the scene has been arrested and booked into Carbon County Jail. ...

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