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Carbon County News

New superintendent looks forward to job challenges

After an uncertain year in 2010-2011, which saw the Carbon School District bring back retired Superintendent Patsy Bueno temporarily amid allegations against administrative hire George Park, local educators and students alike are ready for establishe...

Painter preps for artists

It's no Sistine Chapel, but the historic gazebo in Helper's Main Street Park gets brush strokes from Mike Fox of the public works department Tuesday in advance of this week's Arts and Music Festival. The annual event gets under way Thursday with the ...

Price City breaks ground on new trail

The 1.3 mile Price River pedestrian-bike trail officially began construction Monday with a ground breaking ceremony near the city's public works domes.

Torrent of mud hits NE Price

It was a short but intense rainfall that pounded the Price-Carbonville area Monday evening. In fact, the sun was shining again as the flood waters surged downhill carrying tons of mud and debris into city streets. 800 North Street between 700 East an...

1964: Inferno destroys Helper Central, river of flames in Price

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....

Carbon Avenue to close Sunday

The Utah Department of Transportation advises local motorists it will close Carbon Avenue (SR10) to through-traffic from 100 South to 400 South for three days to accommodate the replacement of a railroad crossing. ...

Local residents join in nationwide protest against DCFS, family court system

A group of local residents marched along Main Street last Friday to protest against the Division of Child and Family Services and is calling for changes in how the family court system works....

Climbing to the top

Carbon Recreation's rock climbing wall was a big hit with the crowd at the Carbon County Fair last weekend. Many tested their skills and accomplished goals in reaching the top of the structure....

Utah Fast Pass roars into Helper

Engines roared and pictures were taken by many locals who were in the area as Utah Fast Pass came through Main Street in Helper on Wednesday.

1 injured in rear-end collision

The female driver of black Toyota Corolla S was injured Wednesday afternoon in a rear-end collision in front of the WalMart parking lot.

Rock art group to hold symposium in Price

About 200 members of the Utah Rock Art Research Association will visit Price in September as the group conducts its annual symposium.

For the Health of It

Back to school, back to the pediatrician and healthy routines

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