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East Carbon officials respond to concerns raised by residents


During the July 28 East Carbon council meeting, financial issues dominated the discussion with concerns about the city's recent expenditures.

School classes will start in mid-Aug


Superintendent Patsy Bueno recently issued information about present programs in Carbon School District as well as some information for the upcoming year.

Signs in Nine Mile Canyon point to various ancient cultures inhabiting Range Creek


While the media focused on the long gone Fremont habitations in Range Creek when the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources and the state of Utah bought the area from rancher Waldo Wilcox many years ago, the surface of the relics, sites and even the...

Barrick resigns from CEU prehistoric museum


Reece Barrick, the director of the College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum for the last six years resigned from his position earlier this week, according to an email from CEU Interim President Mike King....

GPS mapping city fire hydrants


Price city worker, John Davis (front) and Scott Olsen flush and GPS map a fire hydrant in price. This process is taking place this year to clean and accurately map city utilities. ...

Matheson will not run for Senate


According to a late report on Wednesday afternoon, Congressman Jim Matheson will not run for Senate against Senator Bob Bennett, but instead will seek another term as a second district congressman from Utah. Speculation in the last few months has...

Price city power outage Aug 2


Price city electrical customers living south of the railroad tracks between Carbon Avenue and 300 East to 600 South as well as north of the tracks between 200 East to 700 West to 600 North will experience a power outage on Aug. 2. ...

Fire fighters win big


June was declared Volunteer Fire Fighter month by the Sun Advocate and the paper sponsored a subscription contest in which fire fighters throughout the county could win gift certificates from Bill's Home Furnishings. The idea was to get money for...




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