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Published December 15, 2011

Carbon County News

Body Identified, Sheriff confirms victim was Christopher Robertson

The body discovered in a sewer manhole south of Price Monday has been identifed as 38-year-old Christopher Robertson of Price, according to Sheriff James Cordova.

1989: Sheriff situation reaches critical stage

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...

With a snip of the scissors, the Price River Trail opens

Price Mayor Joe Piccolo and Creekview Elementary students wield the big scissors to cut the ribbon and officially open the newly-completed Price River Trail Wednesday afternoon. The 1.3 mile, $1.1 million pathway extends from 600 S. Carbon Avenue to...

Price dedicates new walk-bike trail

"We are a small city, but we do things in a big way," Price Mayor Joe Piccolo told the audience at Wednesday's ribbon cutting for the new pedestrian-bike trail in south Price....

Former residents find satisfaction helping Hondurans

Back in Carbon County for a few days of vacation, Jim and Wendy Welton can't get over how nice and smooth the roads are. In Honduras, where they've spent the past two years, they count themselves lucky to make the 20-mile drive from their rain fores...

Health experts say PCBs at landafill would be minimal risk

East Carbon officials and citizens received a positive recommendation at Tuesday's council session concerning ongoing plans to allow polychlorinated biphenyls into the local ECDC Environmental landfill. During the session, Carl Farley, an independent...

Wildlife Resources promotes walk-in access program

The Division of Wildlife Resources is moving forward with its "Walk-in Access Program" in southeastern Utah. The program rewards landowners for providing hunting or fishing access to their private property. ...

Evidence of whirling disease found at Strawberry

Evidence of the parasite that causes whirling disease has been found in Strawberry Reservoir.

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