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Carbon County News

Wildland fire threatens structures


A fast-moving brush fire lit up the area north of Castleview Hospital on Sunday evening and threatened some structures in the area before fire fighters from the state, Price and Helper were able to get it under control....

Helper's Central school unearthed


Even though it has been dead, buried and apparently forgotten for almost 50 years now, Helper's old Central School can still create problems.

New stage at Peace Garden complete


With the work now completed, the new stage at the Peace Garden is preparing for a heavy workload over the summer.

Police arrest Price man for motel holdup


Price police arrested a 22-year-old Price man Saturday and booked him into Carbon County Jail on charges of armed robbery.

Energy industry still rules an undiversified economy


A diverse economy can protect an area from economic downturn or from the failure of one key industry. Unfortunately, the diversification in the Castle Country is not as great as it could be....

No grave goes unadorned during Memorial Day week


The San Rafael Back Country Horsemen answered the Sun Advocates call to leave No Grave Unadorned. They chose three isolated grave sites to decorate. The first was a baby's grave in Hambrick Bottoms on the San Rafael River, near the former town of...

Missing man, dog OK after 3 days in desert


A Park City man and his dog who were missing in the desert near Goblin Valley since May 27 were found in good shape at the state park visitor center on May 29.

Administrative Office of Courts to conduct survey in Price June 24


The Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) is conducting a survey this summer to gauge the experience of people who are doing business with the Utah State Courts. The Access and Fairness Survey is being conducted to measure the public's experi...




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