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Published March 7, 2013

Carbon County News

Beating victim can't remember assault, police looking for clues


A man found lying in a Price street early in the morning of Feb.28 in the area of 400 East and 200 South is now recovering from injuries he got from what appears to be severe beating....

Community gets together on suicide prevention effort


Following a winter which saw an alarming amount of suicide and tragedy in Carbon County, community leaders came together Tuesday night in Helper to hear from a Utah suicide expert and discuss what can be done to prevent future deaths while helping l...

Wary of water supply, PRWID will limit surplus leases in early spring


With Scofield Reservoir less than half full and winter storm season getting close to the end, the Price River Water Improvement District is playing it safe with its surplus water leasing this spring....

Wellington fishing pond gets boost


The prospect of catching fresh fish - or at least trying to catch them - is getting closer for residents of Wellington and the east side of the county. The Recreation/Transportation Special Service District agreed Monday to invest $80,000 to help tr...

The Most Magnificent Mascot in Utah


The Tyrannosaurus Rex has been extinct for over 65,000,000 years but its impact is still being felt in Price and across the state of Utah recently. Not by terrorizing people or going on a rampage, but by beating out other high school mascots across ...

They weren't always called Carbon Dinos


I have to say that I never thought of it before one day in November 2008 when I was doing some research on the mining industry in old copies of the Sun Advocate, the News-Advocate and The Sun from the late 1920s and early 1930s. ...

Carbon High School Sterling Scholars 2013


The winner of the Technology Education Category, the son of Bill and Toni Thayn, is Adam Thayn. He has participated and excelled in many technology-related classes that he has taken throughout his high school career. He has taken woodworking, drafti...

Burglar 'attacks' locks at 3 Price businesses, steals cash from King Koal, China Buffet


Three Price city businesses were pilfered early Wednesday as a burglar or burglars came in the front door and made off with an undisclosed amount of cash from the King Coal Theater and China Buffet. ...

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