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Published September 20, 2012

Carbon County News

Castleview CEO, a career nurse, knows about the TLC biz


It has often been said that the very best leaders in government, business and institutions come from the ranks of those who toil on the front lines. If that is the case, then Mark Holyoak fits right into that mix. ...

New college building gets on Regents' capital wish list


There will be building destruction and construction at USU Eastern's Price campus, but it's a question of when.

A very, very wrong turn in Price


The driver of this big rig was on his way to Salt Lake City with a light load of rebar containers Wednesday morning when he got lost in Price and wound up on Park Avenue above Pioneer Park. He was trying to turn around but the trailer was far longer ...

Helper businesses want to brighten city's first Fridays


The lights on Helper's Main Street may be burning a little brighter and more often thanks to the organization and enthusiasm of the town's business owners. Last week's inaugural meeting of the tentatively-titled Helper Utah Business Association not ...

A one-car train has a short service life, long retirement in Carbon County


In late 1916, a strange train car approached Price and soon arrived. It was a self- propelled motorcar called a McKeen Car.

Chamber invites voters to 'Meet the Candidates' night


The Carbon County Chamber Of Commerce Board of Directors invites all voters to participate in a "Meet the Candidates" night Sept. 24 at Carbon County Courthouse from 5:30 to 7:10 p.m....

Wildlife Resources offers youth shooting opportunity


The Division of Wildlife Resources in Price will offer Castle Country youth the opportunity to do some shooting with a .22 rifle on Saturday, Sept. 29. Shooting fun will take place at the North Springs Shooting Range south of Price. The event is f...

Zions picks new area president


Zions Bank recently named Doug Balch president of its new South Central Utah retail region headquartered in Richfield.

Traveling Treasures at Zions Bank


About 700 kids and parents showed up at Zions Bank in Price last Thursday for some fun educational activities presented by the Utah Natural History Museum's Traveling Treasures program and the USU Eastern Prehistoric Museum. The Natural History Mu...

Local author and illustrator prepare for new book to be released out to the public


Local author JB Mounteer holds his new book, I Think My Brother is a Werewolf, along with Illustrator Deana Floyd during a stop at the Sun Advocate office last week.

More Utah kids giving up smoking


Utah's youth smoking rate has plunged by more than 50 percent since 1999 and is now at its lowest recorded level. That's according to the just-released Utah Department of Health (UDOH) Tobacco Prevention and Control Program (TPCP) Twelfth Annual...

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