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Prey meets predator in museum's new display


The Columbian mammoth is no longer standing placidly at the USU Eastern Prehistoric Museum.

ECC, Sunnyside consider joint fire department


While East Carbon City and Sunnyside City may be separated by only one mile, they share many things including ambulance and police service in the area. But one question remains on the minds of some living in the area: why the need for each city to ha...

Work to begin on Price River foot, bike trail


In about two months, walkers and bicyclists in Price will have a path to call their own beside the the Price River.

1960: TV wars and a new Safeway


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....

Sunnyside hikes rates for city ambulance services


Sunnyside residents should expect to pay more for ambulance service after the Sunnyside City Council approved a resolution increasing rates through the next year.

This year's water should give a boost to 2012


How wet was July? Soaking wet, according to the Natural Resource Conservation Service.

Questions to ask at annual physical


It's something far too many of us put off -- finding a primary care doctor and getting annual check-ups.

NPS closes Capitol Reef swimming hole; Currents dangerous


Following three near drowning incidents, the National Park Service announced July 19 that it has closed public use and access to the Fremont River Waterfall, located along State Route 24 in Capitol Reef National Park....

Correction


In the article "School district shuffles principles" in the Aug. 2 edition, Greg Stanfield was listed as becoming the Dean of Students at Stevens-Henager College in St. George. He will be the Dean of Education. The Sun Advocate regrets the error....




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