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Published October 11, 2012

Carbon County News

County's economic base has always ridden the 'waves'


Coal production has had ups and downs over the decades, but Carbon has the lead in Utah output

Feelin' no pain


This young moose is feeling the effects of a tranquilizer dart fired by Division of Wildlife Resources biologist Brad Crompton Tuesday morning in Helper. The moose was spotted in the vicinity of Roosevelt Street and North Main Street just as kids w...

ECC upset by conditions at little reservoir


What started as a photo inventory of East Carbon City's infrastructure quickly turned into an issue Tuesday night as the EC City Council convened for the first time in October. After photographing in-town structures, council member and city treasure...

County swings to GOP in 1900 election


Editors note: The articles in Sun Advocate Archives will be concentrating on general elections throughout the years since 1900 during the rest of this election year.

40,000 - including Sun Ad - attend Vegas mine show


In late September, 40,000 members of world mining industry came together for MINExpo 2012. The Las Vegas event, which is held every four years, provides a unique opportunity for the constantly evolving industry to review current challenges as well a...

Young hunters will get first shot at pheasants


Young hunters in Castle Country will be the first to pursue Utah's most popular upland game bird this fall. Those who are15 years of age or younger can shoot pheasants during Utah's second annual youth pheasant and quail hunting day that occurs ...

United Way seeks volunteers to read to school children


United Way of Eastern Utah is looking for volunteers who have two hours a week to spend time with two children at Castle Heights Elementary or Wellington Elementary participating in a structured reading program where training will be provided. ...

Hair-raising fund raising for Helper parks


Helper Park Partners are staging something hair-raising as part of their fundraising.

This is Mental Illness Awareness Week


Mental Illness Awareness Week takes place October 7-13 and was nationally designated by congress in 1990 to be an opportunity to learn more about serious mental illnesses such as major depression, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia....

Angel Tree applications available until Nov. 16


Applications for the 2012 Community Angel Tree program will be available through Nov. 16. People wishing to apply can pick up forms at United Way of Eastern Utah, 67 E. Main, Price; Department of Workforce Services, 475 W. Price River Dr., Price,...

Tribute to a living landmark of Helper


Helper Junior High School Principal Tom Montoya speaks words of praise for Walter Borla before Wednesday's football game against Mont Harmon Junior High. Borla, retired Helper Postmaster, has been a lifelong supporter of sports and activities in th...

College will present Alternative Fuels Day Friday on Price Campus


USU Eastern Automotive Department is hosting the second annual Odyssey: National Alternative Fuels Day on Friday, Oct. 12 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Macdonald Career Center parking lot. Its theme is a Decade of Difference: Driving Change Across A...

College stages comedy-thriller 'I'll Be Back Before Midnight' through Oct. 13 at Geary


The comedy- thriller "I'll Be Back Before Midnight" written by Peter Colley, continues through Oct. 11-13 on the stage of the USU Eastern Geary Theatre at 7:30 p.m.

Young Wellington resident wins horse competition in Las Vegas


Harley Ann Migliori, a student at Wellington Elementary, won the American Quarter Horse Association's inaugural Novice Championship with youth aged mares class as well as the Champion of Champions award. ...

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