|Published July 11, 2013|
ECC restricts water use
East Carbon officials have placed residents on watering restrictions. The city will also inform Sunnyside Cogeneration in writing that water storage in Grassy Trail Reservoir is dangerously low. ...
Pickup plunges off cliff road,
1 killed, 1 hurt
A Price woman was killed and a Magna man seriously hurt early Sunday in a single vehicle accident on a switchback mountain road above the town of Scofield.
The case against transferring
federal public lands to Utah
(Editors 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 to ...
Carmin Bonacci, WWII veteran, is Community Daze Grand Marshal
The 2013 East Carbon/Sunnyside Community Daze Grand Marshal is Carmin Bonacci, a distinguished World War II Army veteran and East Carbon resident since 1948.
Outstanding volunteer gets award
Kelsey Cripps, gets a certificate and words of thanks from County Recreation Director Steve Christensen for winning the Central Utah Recreation and Parks Association Outstanding Volunteer Award. Christensen told county commissioners Cripps' efforts...
Apartments begin to sprout in Price
Structures begin to take shape at the Eastgate Apartments as the 70 unit complex sees vertical growth. The "income targeted" facility will feature a club house and swimming pool. The LaPorte Group, who also funded the Newhouse Apartments in Pric...
Rockabilly fun, food and bands at Community Daze
An East Carbon/Sunnyside Community Daze tradition will continue in 2013 with another Bo Huff Family, Food, Fun and Bands Rockabilly Weekend.
Crude oil price surges, pump price may follow
The national average price of gasoline Wednesday, $3.52 per gallon, is 11 cents less than it was a month ago, but the gap is closing quickly as prices in recent days begun moving higher. Most notably, the Midwest and Great Lakes region have seen ...
Fruit harvest near at Capitol Reef National Park
Fruit season is upon us. Cherries, apricots, peaches, plums, apples, and pears are typically available for harvest each summer at Capitol Reef National Park.
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