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Published March 22, 2012

Carbon County News

6-year-old girl critically injured in auto-ped collision in south Price

A six-year-old girl was critically hurt Tuesday evening in an auto-pedestrian collision on Highway 10 about a mile south of the US 6 interchange.

No harmony at Melody Estates park

Neighbors of Melody Estates came into the Price City Council meeting last Wednesday singing a sour tune about the mobile home park, and they pleaded that something be done about the situation....

Gun scare prompts lockdown at HJHS

A fake rifle touched off a real response in Helper Tuesday morning. Law enforcement officers from three agencies rushed to Helper Junior High School and Sally Mauro Elementary when it was reported that a young man had been seen toting a gu...

157 candidates apply for head coach position at USU Eastern

Over the next few weeks, USU Eastern Athletic Director Dave Paur and the rest of coaching search committee will be sifting through nothing but resume after resume as part of their search to fill the vacancy with the men's basketball team....

Sun Advocate brings home awards from Better Newspaper Contest

As in past years, the Sun Advocate once again took home many honors in Springville Saturday in the Utah Press Association's Better Newspaper Contest. The paper was judged on issues of the paper produced During 2011. This years categories we...

$4,000 reward for info on 9-mile vandalism

Local governments, industries, interest groups and the Bureau of Land Management have pooled their resources to offer a $4,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the persons responsible for vandalizing an archaeo...

USU Eastern Eagle wins statewide awards

In the second year of membership in the Utah Press Association, USU Eastern's Eagle newspaper continued to add accolades to its "wall of fame" as the staff brought home four first-place awards, two second-place awards and five third-place award...

Nancy Bentley appointed to Utah Humanities Council Board

The Utah Humanities Council has announced the appointment of Nancy Bentley as a member of the organization's Board of Directors. Bentley is one of five new board members who will serve at least a three-year term. As a nonprofit organization...

USU Percussion Ensemble to perform in Price Aud

Utah State University's Percussion Ensemble will bring its show to the campuses of both USU Eastern and USU Uintah Basin this month. The ensemble will perform in Price, Roosevelt, and Vernal. Admission is free and open to the public. ...

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