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Published December 4, 2012

Carbon County News

Only 21 stealing,scamming days left until Christmas


Suspects arrested for taking host's credit card

Want comments on new school in Helper? East Carbon has lots


ECC mainly sympathetic, having lost its own high school 7 years ago

Trees have become books for ages, now books make a Christmas tree


Editor's Note: Do you have an unusual Christmas Tree, or know someone who does? The Sun Advocate will be glad to feature it in the newspaper. Contact us at 637-0732 or drop by the office at 845 E. Main in Price....

Scams intensify with disasters, holidayse


Francine A. Giani, Executive Director of the Utah Department of Commerce, says that the Division of Consumer Protection is asking Utah consumers to check out charitable organizations before sending financial support in the wake of Hurricane Sandy and...

Messiah 2012


Conductor Russell Wilson wields the baton in Sunday's performance of Handel's Messiah. The concert by the USU Eastern Chamber Choir and Price Civic Chorale and Orchestra continued a community tradition that began 63 years ago. Singers and orchestra m...

Twinkies stage farewell tour on Price streets


Twinkies, Zingers and Ding Dongs - the Hostess chemical treats that starred in millions of lunch boxes over the decades - are vanishing fast now that the company has gone belly-up. However, a carload of the sweets was still available Monday at 100...

Christmas in the Cretaceous at the Prehistoric Museum


The USU Eastern Prehistoric Museum in downtown Price is inviting families to come to the "Christmas in the Cretaceous" event on Dec. 15.

Price City Council honors essay winners


Fourth grade students from around Carbon County had a chance to write an essay describing what they like the most about living in Price.

John Jones sworn in as president of UAC


Carbon County Commissioner John Jones has taken over as president of Utah Association of Counties (UAC).

Helper Electric Light Parade this weekend


The annual Helper Electric Light Parade will take place Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. both nights on Main Street.

Gasoline prices ease a bit, but 2012 will set record


Average retail gasoline prices in Utah have fallen 6.4 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $3.49/g Sunday. This compares with the national average that has fallen 3.7 cents per gallon in the last week to $3.39/g, according to gasoline price ...

Despite reclamation efforts old mines still pose danger


In Utah, there are 174 mining districts illustrating the rich mining history in the state: silver, copper, coal, and uranium have all been unearthed from Utah's lands.

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