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Carbon County News

Carbon school officials, residents discuss public education concerns

When Carbon School District conducted the first What Counts? meeting with 200 county residents three months ago, few people realized what of the emphasis of part of the program would become....

County explores Nine Mile dust suppression

The Carbon County Commission conducted a special meeting to discuss ongoing issues with dust suppression and road conditions in Nine Mile Canyon on Tuesday.

Power company officials work on lines

Rocky Mountain Power lines and services technicians work on a damaged power line near Sutherlands in Price on Nov. 18.

Contractors continue work on fiber optic lines running through Carbon streets

A contractor's crew digs up existing lines near Carbon-Emery Telcom's Price headquarters. The local communications company is looking to expand their operation to include television. That service will be bundled with their current Internet and ph...

Helper, Sunnyside officials appoint candidates to fill vacancies on city councils

Brandon Wise of Helper and Nola Porter of Sunnyside recently assumed two vacated city council seats. Wise replaced John Jones on the Helper council and Porter took over the position on Sunnyside city's government left by Mike Marquez....

Busy fall season at Castle Valley Center adds to education

Greetings from Castle Valley Center

Sun Advocate, Sutherlands organize drive to help stock shelves at Carbon County Food Bank

Store manager Wayne Clausing and merchandise manager Boyd Elliot at Sutherlands in Price meet with Sun Advocate publisher Richard Shaw about the food drive the two local companies are teaming up to conduct on Nov. 22. Castle Valley residents who ...

Study recommends halting CEU merger

The study set up to look at a merger between Utah State University and College of Eastern Utah was forwarded to the Legislature's executive appropriations committee on Tuesday. ...

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