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Published January 24, 2012

Carbon County News

An award winning pageant

Students from Mont Harmon Junior High involved with the Future Business Leaders of America helped put together a pageant and dance for the students at the Castle Valley Center on Monday afternoon. Girls from the CVC dressed in colorful and unique out...

1999: After 70 years, Notre Dame School closes its doors

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...

'Spellbinding' performance at Sally Mauro

Drama was high in the Sally Mauro Elementary Auditorium last Friday as Helper students attempted to disentangle the English language in the school's first spelling bee. During the school finals, a misjudged rule called the event's finish into questi...

A decorated snowstorm veteran

Peanut shows off furry snow clots after running around in her owner's yard for awhile on Saturday. The Carbon County area was blanketed with snow on Saturday, the first real snowstorm of the year for the entire county. In the central valley and up t...

Interested in raising honey bees?

Those with experience in gardening recognize that fewer numbers of honey bees visit blooming fruit trees than in the past. Reduced populations have been blamed on Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD). The origins of CCD are unknown, but a survey of beekee...

Utah's media will monitor bills to guard public access

As the Utah Legislature begins this week, lawmakers need to be aware that something new is in the air. Something grassroots. And it is left over from the fight last spring when the lawmakers made an attempt to throw out the baby with the bathwater w...

Museum director wins award for paleontology research paper

USU Eastern Prehistoric Museum Director Kenneth Carpenter has won an international award for a research paper he published on allosaurus fossils at Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry....

Price man hit by train, badly hurt

A 48-year-old Price man was severely hurt Thursday night when he was struck by a train while he was walking along the tracks across from the city's Heritage Park.

County selects architect for office building

The Carbon County Commission has chosen Scott P. Evans Architect & Associates to design and oversee construction of the new County Courthouse and Administration Building.

Nuclear plant gets okay for water use

Blue Castle Holdings Inc. has received approval from the State Water Engineer to draw 53,600 acre-feet of water per year from the Green River for its proposed nuclear power plant near Green River City....

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