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Published January 31, 2012

Carbon County News

Court orders sheriff's sale of Holiday Inn: A small community's connection to Wall Street and recession

The Price Holiday Inn - building, lot, fixtures, even paintings on the walls - is scheduled to be sold on the Carbon County Courthouse steps Feb. 15 at a sheriff's sale. The legal notice is on page 8A of today's newspaper....

32,320 ounces of food

That's 2,020 pounds of food piled in front of Pinnacle Canyon Elementary School student officers and two of their teachers. Classes at the school collected the cans and packages as part of a math project on ounces-to-pounds conversion and as a commun...

2006-2011: Crandall Canyon mine disaster, Dino-Mine park success

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...

Mile markers ready for Price River Trail

Price Mayor Joe Piccolo and Councilwoman Kathy Hanna-Smith display of the new trail markers that will be installed along the route of the recently-complete Price River Trail in south Price. The trail opens a non-motorized route from 600 South Carbon ...

Superintendents address legislature's rural reps

Carbon School District Superintendent Steve Carlsen sits with Sevier County School District Superintendent Myron Mickelson as they jointly presented issues concerning small schools in Utah to the Utah Legislature's Rural Caucus last Friday morning. T...


The cost of hauling Price residents' garbage away is going down, and now the city has a problem.

ECC planning committee gets ready to resume after long layoff

After nearly a year of absence from city business, the East Carbon City Planning and Zoning Committee is nearly ready to once again conduct meetings and begin a revision of the municipality's general plan. ...

No more state tax booklets

The Utah State Tax Commission will no longer print and mail individual booklets and forms for individual income tax returns.

Library offers apps class for teens

The Price City Library is launching a new program: App Academy 4 Teens.

USU 4-H celebrates its centennial

The year 2012 marks the centennial for Utah State University Extension 4-H, part of the nation's largest youth development organization. The theme, "Celebrating the Past, Creating the Future," will be integrated into 4-H events held around the state ...

Community cooking, nutrition classes begin

The first of a series of community nutrition and cooking classes will begin Thursday, Feb. 2 at 6:30pm.

Utah courts to sponsor 'Judge for a Day' program

The Utah State Courts are planning the 7th Annual "Judge for a Day," program in recognition of Law Day, which is celebrated on May 1.

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