Price proves safety pays - big time
Premiums plunge as 'change in workplace culture' takes city to highest safety ranking
Tatton bids farewell to city council after many years of service
When Richard Tatton first took a seat on the Price City Council more than a dozen years ago, there was no such thing as Heritage Park, and Terrace Hills - home of the city's skateboard park - was nothing but a patch of native plants....
A gift to remember: Basso employees donate new car to young Price mother
On Christmas Eve, a group of people gathered outside an apartment in Price waiting patiently for the moment to arrive. A special gathering among family members and friends to give one young person an early Christmas gift. It was a moment one pers...
Pinnacle Nursing deeply involved in local community service projects
With an on-going renovation and a bevy of new annual fundraisers and activities, the staff and residents at the Pinnacle Nursing and Rehabilitation Center are firing on all cylinders moving into 2012. Just before Christmas, Pinnacle staff made th...
1993: Fire destroys hangar, donors save East Carbon High
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 an...
Helper plugs a few 'leaks in the dike' of city funds
"As a business owner, I've enjoyed seven years of reduced rates," said Helper Mayor Dean Armstrong, speaking of his electricity bill at R&A Market.