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USU-CEU loses grant, student support to close


There are real tears being shed at the USU-CEU Student Support Services offices. On Wednesday, just two days into fall semester, the nine-year-old program will cease to exist....

Carbon riders join rally


Carbon County residents joined thousands of people from across the state in the Take Back Utah rally in Salt Lake City on Saturday. They drove their ATVs, UTVs and trucks up State Street to the State Capitol in a procession that went on for miles...

Price alley to open for access


An alley in Price previously landscaped for years by local residents will now be opened up for public access, according to Price City council members.

Green Team finds a crowd of support


Starting this semester, USU-CEU students will see the campus being a little more green than has been in years past.

Semi accident blocks canyon road for some time


A semi-trailer moving van sets with its back wheels high above the pavement on Saturday afternoon after it left the road near the new Tie Fork rest area on Highway 6. The mishap occured not long after noon and blocked some motorists from proceedi...

1938: Legendary Brack Lee tussles with liquor agents


(Editors Note: This is one of a series of articles about the history of the Sun Advocate and the county it covers as a newspaper. These articles are being prepared as the 120th anniversary of the newspaper's birth approaches in 2011.)...

Gallery East will exhibit 'populist' American art


Art for the Masses, an exhibit of prints by Associated American Artists, will be on view at USU-CEU Gallery East from Sept. 7 through 30. The exhibition features 24 prints by AAA artists created between 1934 and 1958....

End-of-summer skin care is important


Summer may be coming to an end, but that doesn't mean you're free to forget about sun protection. When shopping for back-to-school supplies, make sure to stop by the sunscreen aisle. Children in elementary school usually have outdoor recess betwe...

Borla retires as federation president


Walter Borla of Helper has retired after 16 years as national president of the Columbian Federation of Italian Societies. Borla's retirement came at the 36th national convention of the federation in Las Vegas, Nev....




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