|Published August 23, 2012|
Carbon County News
McEvoy replaces McEvoy on Price City Council
The Price City Council, as a result of a tie-breaking vote cast by Mayor Joe Piccolo, chose Grady McEvoy to fill the unexpired term of his wife Jeanne, who recently resigned her seat on the council to take employment out of town....
$5,000 water bill? Goodbye to lawn
Housing Authority can't afford to keep green at Whitmore Square, will xeriscape instead
Price involves community in master planning
Price City put together a master plan for the city over a decade ago, so that planning for everything from streets to recreation could be implemented in an organized manner. On Monday a group of private citizens, business people and local officials ...
A new school year begins
The daily parade of cars, buses and walkers resumes in front of Castle Heights Elementary and other schools in Carbon County Wednesday as the 2012-2013 school year begins. Drivers must remember to use caution around buses and obey speed limits in ...
Soccer, horseshoe deadlines near
Deadlines are approaching next week for registration in Carbon Recreation's fall horseshoe league and youth soccer program.
Ballard Memorial check presentation
Linda Ballard, on left of lectern, presents a check for $11,046.72 to Shirley Stubbs at the Aug. 15 county commission meeting. The money represents the proceeds of the Mike Ballard Memorial Golf Tournament held each year to raise money for worthy c...
Weed control group slates tour of burned area around Huntington
The Skyline Cooperative Weed Management Area will conduct a tour of current weed problems in Huntington Canyon on Wednesday, Sept. 12. The tour will include the recent impacts and potential weed problems caused by the Seeley Fire. ...
Just hangin' around
The latest addition to the Sun Advocate menagerie was caught napping during the daylight hours Tuesday. This little bat, weighing only a few grams, found a spot to hang out under the eaves of the front entry. Some bats are loners, and some are migrat...
The changing classroom
(StatePoint) As technology evolves, so do the ways children learn in and out of the classroom. With constantly changing tools and trends, teachers can do more to stay up-to-date to help children thrive.Â It is important that parents understand wha...
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