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Residents urged to develop, practice fire escape routes

Price Fire Chief Paul Bedont and the Price fire department rush into a burning building earlier this summer. Bedont would like to remind all Carbon County residents of the importance of smoke detectors and an escape plan. ...

Utah posts job growth, while county's focus turns to diversification

Department of Workforce Services data shows the percentage of Utah vs. Colorado workforce and the discrepancy in the state's hourly wage. More than 50 percent of Utahns make less than $15 per hour according to DWS....

Autumn leaves begin to turn as Castle Valley heads for colder fall weather

A Jeep Wrangler drives away from CEU as summer turns to fall in Castle Valley. Students around campus are beginning to wear jackets and sweaters as the trees start to show their vibrant colors. They shine so brightly for such a short time as fall wa...

Desert Wave bubble

Desert Wave bubble goes up once again

USU Extension, DWR Launching Prairie Dog Populations Program

White-tailed prairie dogs are the species that exist in Carbon County.

Carbon County Emergency Services Director Receives U.S. Homeland Security Award

Carbon emergency services director Jason Llewelyn displays the U.S. Homeland Security's directors choice award he received at the recent public officials conference in Salt Lake City. Llewelyn works within the Carbon County Sheriff's Office for Jame...

Sun Advocate corrects photo cutline error published in Oct. 4 edition of newspaper

Don Byrge releases a golden eagle after the large bird spent three months regaining its strength at the Second Chance Animal Rehabilitation Center.

Former co-workers gather at luncheon, reminisce about employment experiences

Former Sears employees Shirley Fry, Jerry Fry, Lucille Willson, Mickie Koss,Gloria Winder, Lorna O'Berto, Tony O'Berto, Lavina Kirkwood, Faye Johansen, Joye Coates, Dorothy Blackham and Mel Udink reminisce about the years they spent working at the na...

West Price interchange accidents block rush hour traffic traveling along 100 North

Emergency crews assist at the scene of two traffic accidents on the west Price interchange on Oct. 2. In the first mishap, a pickup truck apparently lost a wheel, hit the curb and flipped over into the traffic lane. The mishap rerouted traffic for a...

Teen View: Discussion with Jeff Bartlett, CEU Collections Director

This postcard photo shows a Brachiosaurus fossil in-situ near the Colorado-Utah border.

Division of Consumer Protection issues statewide telemarketing fraud warning

The telephone is an increasingly important marketing tool for legitimate business and telemarketing in a growing industry in Utah.

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