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Carbon County News

Carving out his niche

Somewhere in the mountains, some moose is shedding his antlers. Someone, either Kevin Powell or somebody who knows him, will find them later.

1974: Judge tosses CHS dress code, fire destroys Price school

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. The article is being written from front page stories that appeared during each year in commemoration of the 120th anniv...

Coal haul truck rolls at Scofield

A coal truck lies on its side with its cargo spilled on a lawn in Scofield Tuesday. The truck rolled at the right-angle turn on SR 96 just across from the Stop 'n' Shop convenience store shortly before 9 a.m....

Using magic for a good cause

Price City's Auditiorium was host for an evening full of magic and mind tricks all in the name of a good cause.

Arch Coal will be title sponsor of 2011 UEA teacher excellence awards

The Arch Coal Foundation will become the title sponsor of the Utah Education Association's annual Excellence in Teaching awards, the UEA announced Wednesday.For 2011, 10 winning teachers will be honored with $1,500 for their outstanding efforts that ...

USU Eastern to present 'You Can't Take It With You'

Caine College of the Arts and Eastern Utah Theatre open the 2011-2012 theatre season with Kaufman and Hart's classic American comedy, "You Can't Take It With You."

Castle Valley Center will hold fundraiser this Saturday

The Castle Valley Center will hold a fundraiser Saturday to benefit families of people with Cockayne Syndrome. The event will be from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., and will feature a walk from the center to Castle Heights Elementary, games and food sales....

ABC Learning Center struggles to raise funds for a new roof

Situated in a small older building near Viking Park in East Carbon is the ABC Learning Center. Seen as a place in the community for students to go to after school and for people in the community to stop by and use the available computers, it plays a ...

Auto homcide charge filed against driver

The driver of the car that struck and killed a pedestrian on Ridge Road Aug. 4 has faced the charge of automobile homicide in Seventh District Court.

Tie in ECC primary vote, candidates must draw lots to determine winner

The plot concerning East Carbon's three open council seats continues to thicken, as Tuesday's official canvass brought the results of the Sept. 13 primary election into question. According to East Carbon City Recorder Liz Holt, Janice Hunt received o...

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