|Published January 19, 2012|
Carbon County News
City honors officer for life-saving rescue effort
An officer who saved a woman's life last fall was honored at the Price City Council last Wednesday night for his efforts.
Liljenquist campaigns against Hatch
Dan Liljenquist, who is running against Orrin Hatch for the Republican nomination in the U.S. Senate race, quipped that he's not sure exactly when a cucumber becomes a pickle, but he's sure that Hatch has been soaking in the brine of Washington, D.C...
Mayor LaFontaine defends his record
During East Carbon City's last council session on Jan. 10, Mayor Orlando LaFontaine and his council faced a barrage of allegations from local resident Robert Warren, who refereed to the mayor as "absentee" and accused the council of meeting in secre...
Letters raise questions and get answers at CWCD session
A pair of letters written to Carbon Water Conservancy District President Richard Lee by board member Nick Sampinos stirred up the quarterly meeting of the organization on Jan. 11. ...
1998: Massive search for missing man begins
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...
Questar Gas asks Utah PSC to cut natural gas rates by $13 million
Falling natural gas prices continue to drive down the cost of heating homes in Utah. Questar Gas today asked the Public Service Commission of Utah (PSC) to reduce natural gas rates by $13 million. If approved, the rate cut will lower the typical hom...
Volunteers Needed for Behind the Reef Trail Maintenance Project
The Bureau of Land Management, Price Field Office, in cooperation with the Utah Division of Natural Resources Off-Highway Vehicle Program, is conducting a trail maintenance project January 20 and 21, 2012, at the Behind the Reef Trail.Â ...
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