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Flames Ignite, Blaze Destroys Camper Trailer Traveling Eastbound on U.S. Highway 6

Workers inspect a fifth-wheeler prior to loading the demolished vehicle onto a trailer. The camper trailer caught fire in Price Canyon last Thursday. The Utah Highway Patrol reported that the flames apparently ignited near the wheels of the trailer ...

Helper city approves $1.25 million budget

The city council in Helper approved a budget last week for the fiscal year beginning July 1.

Finances dominate Wellington council session

Budget resolutions were the primary focus of the Wellington City Council meeting on June 14.

Carbon County reports expanding labor market

Carbon County continued to experience expanding employment levels in May.

DWR Works to Eliminate Chub from Joes Valley Reservoir

DWR personnel pull in a net full of chubs at Joes Valley Reservoir, hoping their efforts will reduce the number of nuisance fish in the fishery and improve the fishing for anglers....

Severe weather topples tree, interrupts utility service in Price

Limbs and branches create a barricade across a fence in Price after a storm downed a tree in early June. The fallen tree also interrupted service to telephone and cable customers. High winds in Carbon County increase of trees falling. Homeowners shou...

Castle Valley's WAAIME Group Presents $1,000 Scholarships to Three Local Students

Representing the Women's Auxiliary to the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers, Gail LaFrentz poses for a picture after presenting scholarships to Justin Evans, John Poulton and Carson Pollastro. Local WAAIME members re...

Newspaper corrects fire article

An article published in the June 15 issue of the Sun Advocate incorrectly stated facts regarding the agencies that responded to a fire in the Kenilworth area. Responding agencies included the Bureau of Land Management, United States Forest Service an...

Helper museum receives state grant

The Utah Office of Museum Services recently awarded grants totaling $430,414 to 100 facilities at locations across the state.

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