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Published July 23, 2013

Carbon County News

Deputies recover body from canyon

Carbon County Sheriff's deputies recovered the body of a missing Wellington man Thursday from the bottom of a canyon in the remote Mounds area of the county.

Flash flood hits Mead's Wash

A torrential rainstorm north of Price Thursday turned Mead's Wash into a surging river of mud at least ten feet high. The flood was more than the newly-installed culvert and road at 700 East 200 South could handle. Muddy water folded the exposed c...

OHV accident claims life of Price youth

An ATV accident claimed the life of a Price teenager Saturday evening as he rode with a friend in Huntington Canyon.

Wellington police chief resigns

The Wellington City Council Wednesday accepted the resignation of Police Chief Lee Barry. Council members also approved a separation agreement.

Battle over federal control of public lands has history of almost 200 years

(Editor's note: In reaction to several questions and calls about the article on the presentation that Mike Swensen from the USA-ALL organization did on June 20 at the Carbon County Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon, the Sun Advocate has decided t...

A taste of the Caribbean in Price

Price's weekly Culture Connection concert lived up to its title Thursday, with the Los Hermanos de los Andes band performing on stage and a buffet of Dominican Republic cuisine on the side. Students from the Caribbean island nation have been stud...

Medicare update

On July 1 there may have been a change in who provides residents of Carbon and Emery counties with certain durable medical equipment. As a result of a competitive bidding process, businesses have been chosen to provide certain services to the area...

'Meet the Bats Night' offers a chance to see them up close

You can get close to bats at a free "Meet the Bats Night."

Lions Club breakfast Saturday

The Price Lions Club will serve its 26th annual Chuckwagon Breakfast Saturday beginning at 7 a.m. It will be open until around 10 a.m., which will give diners a chance to get to the International Days Parade....

Oversize load meets high voltage

Those are 46,000-volt power lines snagging the metallic cargo of a semi heading up Nine Mile Canyon Road Thursday afternoon. The truck was hauling an enormous compressor fan to a natural gas facility up the canyon when it snagged the overhead lines...

Five generations of Castle Valley Family

The Logston family celebrated five generations of their family. Included in the photo are Don G. Logston (center), daughter Ginger (back right), granddaughter Suzee (bottom right) great-granddaughter McKenzie (left) and great-great-granddaughter So...

Ask a Specialist

The recent tragic loss of life involving 19 Hotshot firefighters from Arizona brings into focus the hazards that come with wildfire suppression and the risks men and women take to protect life and property. ...

Gas prices hold steady

Average retail gasoline prices in Utah have not moved in the past week, averaging $3.67/g Sunday, according to GasBuddy's daily survey of 1,171 gas outlets in Utah. This compares with the national average that has increased 3.2 cents per gallon ...

Wellington Pioneer Days

Months of work and planning paid off again as Wellington's celebration of its pioneer heritage brought crowds to town. Festivities began with a dinner in the park Friday night, then continued Saturday with a breakfast, parade, vendors and entertainme...

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