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Breaking News

Published on January 29, 2015

Judge denies plea agreement for Piccolo

2 days ago

Working out of the Price Justice Court, Judge Steven L. Stream denied a plea agreement on Thursday that had Price City Mayor Joe Piccolo tendering a plea of no-contest to the infraction level offense of disorderly conduct. The infraction Piccolo is ...

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Local News

Published on January 29, 2015

Pipeline to boost local job market

2 days ago

The Business Expansion and Retention seminars that are held twice a month often provide important economic news for all who attend. At the Jan. 22 session, the BEAR session revealed what could be great news, if what was talked about happens....

Middle School scholars top classmates to win local bee

2 days ago

The Mont Harmon Middle School held their school spelling bee on January 21 in Price.

Foster care foundation to host family QandA for Castle Country parents

2 days ago

Working into their fifteenth year, foster care statistics in Castle Country continue to climb. In Carbon and Emery county alone more than 100 children are in need of a permanent home as 2015 begins. With Valentines Day coming up in February, the Utah...

Treasured old VW Bus finds new home in UK

2 days ago

New owner in United Kingdom interested in preserving the old Volkswagen Bus and learning more about its unique past in Price

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Opinion

Published on January 27, 2015

Pinning down the pen

4 days ago

When you are fat and sassy you can reject just about anything you want and get away with it.

Guest Column: Bullets and bombs cannot quiet laughter

4 days ago

As a political cartoonist who happens to be both American and Muslim, I often find myself at the intersection of media curiosity: Muslim, with all the stereotypical notions attached to that, but also a freedom-loving artist and a humorist....

Guest Column: Republicans threading the needle

4 days ago

"[I]t is the sense of Congress that - (1) climate change is real; and (2) human activity contributes to climate change."

Guest Column: Americans need more money

4 days ago

American's median income was $51,939.00 in 2013. In 2012 our median income was $51,759.00. In 1999, the pre-recession peak median American income was $56,436.00. Five years ago the United States Treasury took in 2.1 trillion dollars....

Letter to the Editor: A better place?

4 days ago

As an ardent supporter of the Miners Memorial and one whose father's name will be listed upon the memorial, I am somewhat disappointed in the designation of the site for the memorial, the Peace Gardens. ...

Letter to the Editor: Shocked and disappointed

4 days ago

As a long time former resident of Price City and a USU Eastern Cosmetology Alumni I was very shocked and disappointed to hear about the situation that occurred between Mayor Piccolo and the instructors at USU Eastern Cosmetology department. ...

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Sports

Published on January 29, 2015

Mont Harmon sweeps rival Helper on the hardwood

2 days ago

After sweeping Tuesday's slate of varsity games, the Mont Harmon Middle School basketball teams have local bragging rights.

After 4th place finish at region, CHS Cheerleading team ready for state

2 days ago

With a spot secured in the state cheerleading competition this weekend, the Carbon High School Cheerleading squad now has two and a half minutes to showcase their skills amongst the best in the state....

After long road trip, USU Eastern Basketball teams to host Colorado Northwestern CC

2 days ago

USU Eastern women look to stay in middle of standings while USU Eastern men still seek first SWAC win after dropping first nine games

Fast-break offense, pesky defense carries CHS Girls to region win

2 days ago

After losing their first Region 12 game last week against Juab, the Carbon High Girls Basketball team came out firing on all cylinders in a 57-33 win over Payson on Tuesday evening at the CHS Gymnasium....

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Legal Notices

Published on January 29, 2015

NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING

2 days ago

Notice is hereby given that The Carbon County Site Plan Review Committee will hold a Regular Meeting on Tuesday February 3, 2015 at 3:30 PM in the Planning Room of the Planning Building located at 65 South 100 East in Price, Utah...

NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING

2 days ago

Notice is hereby given that The Carbon County Planning Commission will hold a Regular Meeting on Tuesday February 3, 2015 at 4:30 PM in the Planning Room of the Planning Building located at 65 South 100 East in Price,Utah....

NOTICE OF MUNICIPAL ELECTION

2 days ago

NOTICE OF MUNICIPAL ELECTION

NOTICE OF MUNICIPAL ELECTION AND OFFICES TO BE VOTED ON IN THE WELLINGTON CITY MUNICIPAL GENERAL ELECTION ON NOVEMBER 3, 2015

2 days ago

NOTICE OF MUNICIPAL ELECTION

PUBLIC NOTICE COAL COUNTRY HOUSING and DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 2015 BOARD MEETINGS

2 days ago

COAL COUNTRY HOUSING & DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

PUBLIC NOTICE HOUSING AUTHORITY OF CARBON COUNTY 2015 BOARD MEETINGS

2 days ago

HOUSING AUTHORITY OF CARBON COUNTY

PUBLIC NOTICE

2 days ago

Carbon School District will accept sealed bids for wrestling mats. The combined mats are 41' by 42'. They are in three separate sections. The middle section measures 15' by 42' and the two side sections are 13' by 42'. Please specify if you want...

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Events / FYI

Published on January 20, 2015

Club Notes

11 days ago

North Springs Archery Club - meets Friday nights from 4:00-8:00 p.m. at the Carbon County Fairgrounds Events Center. Spot and 3D leagues, all age groups and skill levels welcome. Cost: Age 18 and over $7 per night, Age 12-17 $5 per night, Age 11 and ...

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Publisher's Corner

Published on November 18, 2013

Change of command at Guard Unit


This past weekend the 624th National Guard Unit that is stationed in Price were very busy.

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Audio Podcasts

Published on August 29, 2013

Podcast: Tatton talks Zap tax on Mason Out of the Jar


Sun Advocate Studios Host Keith Mason discusses the ins and outs of Zap taxing with Price City's Nick Tatton.

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