|Published May 2, 2013|
Carbon County News
Senior Center becomes an emerald isle, but
questions arise about wisdom of watering
In the last few weeks Carbon County has installed a vast area of green sod around the Carbon County Senior Center near the fairgrounds. Before the lawn, since the center opened three years ago, a type of xeriscaping was in place, one that was suppos...
Unions upset at proposed reductions in health care
More than 50 active, retired and widowed members of the United Mine Workers of America took to the road Wednesday morning, headed for Berkshire Hathaway's annual stockholders meeting and the corporate offices of MidAmerican Energy in Iowa. ...
New pastor at Assumption Church
After only a few moments of speaking with Father Brendan Pelphrey, it becomes clear that he is passionate about not only his church but the rich history of the Greek Orthodox faith. With the coming of Greek Easter services, Father Pelphrey was assig...
Volunteers are at the heart of 'No Grave Unadorned' project
Flowers are coming from all over into the Sun Advocate office for the No Grave Unadorned project.
Work continues at new Wellington park
Heavy excavation equipment has been busy at the old Knight-Ideal coal loadout site in Wellington. The 17 acre property is being transformed from an eyesore into a place for a new city park and urban fishing pond. The work is being overseen by the ...
Helper First Friday
The featured speaker in Helper's First Friday Traveling Lecture Series will be Ron Patterson, USU Extension Agent. He will talk about local gardening this Friday at 8 p.m. in the Lily Gallery....
State completes its sage grouse protection plan
Gov. Gary R. Herbert has announced the completion of a conservation plan to preserve greater sage grouse in Utah.
Wounded Warrior project golf carts will pass through Price Monday
On Monday, May 6, an unusual procession will stop and then pass through Price. It is Carting for a Cause, a movement to fund and raise awareness for the Wounded Warrior Project....
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