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Published February 7, 2012

Carbon County News

Searchers find bodies of missing men: 'Unsurvivable' plunge off cliff road in Cottonwood Canyon

The four day search for two Colorado men that were reported missing this past week ended tragically on Sunday at 12:20 p.m. when searchers found their Jeep Cherokee in a deep canyon just below the man camp they had been driving back to eight days...

Bridal fashions at USU Eastern

Models show off the latest styles in wedding wear at the USU Eastern Bridal Fashion Show Friday and Saturday. Outfits included fashions for brides, grooms, maids of honor and best men. Girard Weddings provided the outfits, while vendor booths pr...

Sheriff puts captain on paid leave during vandalism probe

Sheriff's Department Captain Guy Adams remained on paid administrative leave Monday pending a vehicle vandalism investigation by South Salt Lake police and an internal investigation by his own department....

Bill to help Wellington City clears Utah House, Senate

A bill intended to give Wellington City's budget some breathing room sailed through both chambers of the Utah Legislature with almost no opposition. HB 42, introduced by Rep. Patrick Painter and Sen. Curtis Bramble, passed 68-3 in the House and 2...

Helper City decides to go for speed on information superhighway

After crawling along the information superhighway at 1.5 miles per hour for the past 12 years, Helper City had decided its time to boost its speed up to 20 mph. It's going to get new hardware and support for the library and city offices Internet ...

Piccolo: State of the City is strong

Price City is an example of a well run city that can be taken as an example for the rest of the state to follow, according to Price City Mayor Joe Piccolo during his State of the City address at the Civic Auditorium on Friday afternoon....

Joe's froze, but not much snows

The scene from the middle of iced-over Joe's Valley Reservoir shows a forecast of what next season's water supply might be like: only a skiff of snow on the lake and not much more in the mountains. Snowpacks in this region are much below normal a...

BLM proposes to open 340,000 acres for Utah oil shale and tar sands research and development

The Bureau of Land Management has published the Notice of Availability of the Draft Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement and Possible Land Use Amendments for Allocation of Oil Shale and Tar Sands Resources on Lands Administered by the BLM ...

Corrections and additions

In the article that appeared in the Feb. 2 issue of the Sun Advocate titled "Tourism Tax Board Faces Changes" on page 6A, Dustin Wardle, a board member, is listed as the manager of the Holiday Inn in Price. He is actually the Sales Manager at the...

Moab tar sands discussion has pertinance to Carbon

Critics of a proposal to mine tar sands for oil in the Book Cliffs told an audience this week that "the risk of contamination to 30 million people who depend on the Colorado is too great to justify the number of jobs that could be created" by the...

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