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ECC council grills mayor

A good deed may be overshadowed by what the East Carbon City council has concluded over the past few months is a major problem: communication between the city council and the mayor....

Due West to rock Price's Centennial Show

Right now the sky is the limit for Due West and that is great news for the city of Price. With two of the band's three members currently enjoying their honeymoon there is a good chance that their April 5 acoustic show at the Price Civic Auditorium wi...

New Pool?

The Price City council has given the green light for an architectural firm to look into possible designs for a new leisure pool in Price City.

Fairgrounds roaring with new construction activity

Someday, you'll be able to hear a bobber plunk as it hits the quiet surface of the new fishing pond east of the fairgrounds rodeo arena. But not today.

1945: War winds down, but death stalks coal mines

Editor's 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 in commemoration of the 120th anniversary of the newspaper's birth in 1891. ...

History + free ice cream

Price Mayor Joe Piccolo is going around to all the local schools to take a traveling exhibit of the proclamation that incorporated Price City 100 years ago. Above, he gets comments from students at Castle Heights Elementary about what they'd like to ...

Students get hands-on experience in medical technology

Suturing, casting, taking blood pressures, and giving injections are activities you might expect to see taking place in a hospital. However, on March 22, a few rooms at USU-CEU were transformed and inundated with high school students who had the opp...

Price City cleanup April 9 - 20

All Price City residents within the city limits may begin setting items out starting April 9 until April 20.

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