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Attorney general issues warning to teenage drivers across state


Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff recently put the state's teens on notice by providing shocking statistics about the dangers associated with distracted driving.

Price kids frolic in huge pile of leaves built by neighborhood


Ethan Daniels, Brant Adams, Bonham Brewer, Kennan Richardson, Peyton Anderson, Aden Manzanares, Alexandra Milovich, Bethany Stefanoff and Logan Kerr play in a 500 East leaf pile. ...

Construction work begins on joint public safety building


Foundation work begins on the joint East Carbon/Sunnyside public safety building near SR 123.

Visionary award presented for community service


Price Mayor Joe Piccolo presents the city's Visionary Service Award to Christa Kaminski during a council meeting last week. Kaminski who came to Carbon County in the 1960's and has worked at the Sun Advocate since 1968, escaped from East Germany ...

County sheriff's office investigates election sign incident


Steve Tanner cleans up melted plastic in the roadway in front of his house in Carbonville last Thursday.

Rotary Club gives out annual dictionaries to students


Jim Robertson and Sam Leonard pass out dictionaries to students at Bruin Point Elementary, renewing an annual ritual that the Rotary Club performs every year. The dictionaries are provided to get kids to learn about language and to see how import...

Food banks face tough times through holidays


Food banks all over the United States are suffering just at the time when they need the most donations with the holiday season coming up.

Physicians, dietitians join forces to assist battle against heart disease


As part of last week's health fair, local medical officials stressed the importance of a balanced diet and it's relationship to heart health.

Deceptive Internet practices dominate Utahns' complaints


Deceptive practices conducted via the Internet continued to dominate the types of scams reported to the Utah Division of Consumer Protection during fiscal year 2008.

Avoiding costly auto repairs


Carbon County residents may think the best mechanic is one they do not visit very often.

'Vampire' power affects utility users


Vampire power is likely sucking energy from the homes and apartments in the Carbon County area.

Brief shows important topics to states' voters


This is the final research brief to be released as part of Utah Foundation's 2008 Utah Priorities Project. This project began with a statewide survey asking voters to rate the most important issues facing the state this election year. Reports and...

Don't hang up the phone


If you're a hunter, don't be surprised if someone calls you and wants to know how your hunts went this fall.

Carbon County news briefs


Spooks prepare to trick, treat for donations to restock shelves at county's food pantry




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