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Published on October 30, 2014

Realtors offer $25,000 in relief to local flash flood victims


The Utah and Carbon/Emery Association of Realtors (UAR) are now accepting flood relief applications from the victims of the August 4 and September 27 flash floods in Carbon County. ...

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Local News

Published on October 30, 2014

Star Party


Local astronomers make partial eclipse a learning experience

Man sideswiped by train, booked for trespass


A Union Pacific train was delayed traveling through Price after a man walking along the tracks was sideswiped near 200 East and 300 South on Monday morning.

Authorities name 2 crash victims


Authorities have identified the two men killed early Friday morning in Helper after driving their car off the highway into a vacant house during a high-speed chase.

New SAGE scoring 'rigorous' but more accurate


(Editor's note: This is the first of three articles discussing SAGE testing local schools, what the tests mean and how administrators will use those tests to improve education in the area). ...

Drug treatment professionals share experiences at training


With more than 60 individuals participating in the felony and family drug court programs in Carbon County, the program continues to evolve and mature. With jails and prisons at or above capacity across the United States, corrections and law enforceme...

Bread and Soup Nights begin Monday at USU Eastern Student Center


USU Eastern's 16th annual Bread 'n' Soup Night begins Monday, Nov. 3 and continues four Mondays until Nov. 24.

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Opinion

Published on October 28, 2014

Guest Column: A tribute to a father, newspaperman

3 days ago

It all happened pretty fast.

Paying for cheap chocolate

3 days ago

One Halloween, my husband persuaded our kids to give away most of the candy they'd just collected while trick-or-treating. They were preschoolers and the house we were renting then had previously drawn teens with haunted tours....

Letter to the Editor: Arrest for what?

3 days ago

On Oct.1, as I was leaving the county courthouse on a civil matter, I was summoned to a little office across from the entrance. At that time I was informed there was a warrant for my arrest and I was going to be taken to jail. ...

Letter to the Editor: For Barnett

3 days ago

My name is Ernest Rowley and currently serve the citizens of Weber County as Recorder/Surveyor.I am a licensed land surveyor and certified recorder. In my 30 plus years of experience in land and title I have been associated with many in the private a...

Letter to the Editor: Labrum is the man

3 days ago

I just couldn't sit still and not respond to Walt Borla's letter in the Sun Advocate last week (Oct. 21). First of all, I do agree with Mr. Borla's opinion of Brad King. He is a fine man and an outstanding citizen. ...

Letter to the Editor: Fear mongering

3 days ago

Three weeks to go and the Republicans and Tea Party have finally settled on a campaign message for the 2014 midterm elections. Fear and loathing: The message is decidedly grim and doesn't reflect the truth about America....

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Sports

Published on October 30, 2014

USU Eastern Soccer program looking to continue strong first season at tournaments


As their seasons continue, the USU Eastern Men's and Women's Soccer teams will be playing with everything on the line.

USU Eastern Basketball teams set to open 2014-15 season at home


With rosters comprised of many new athletes, the USU Eastern Men's and Women's Basketball team will look to start their seasons out strong when they began play this weekend....

Carbon High Girl's Basketball team to host basketball camp


The Carbon High Girls basketball team and coaching staff will be putting on a basketball camp for girls ages 1st grade through 8th grade on Friday Nov. 14 from 6 - 8 p.m. in the Carbon High Gym. The cost for the camp is $15...

Lady Eagles look to finish regular season on high note


After winning two straight games, the USU Eastern Volleyball team will look to carry that momentum into their final regular season games this week.

Carbon High Volleyball set to battle familiar foe at 3A State Tournament


The Carbon High Volleyball team is hoping that a familiar foe will provide them with a chance to advance past the First Round of the 3A State Tournament on Wednesday at UVU....

Pinnacle High Cross Country runners finish off season at 1A State


The Pinnacle High School Cross Country team had four runners compete at the 1A State Tournament last week at Sugarhouse Park in Salt Lake City.

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Legal Notices

Published on October 30, 2014

Public Notice Phase I and II Bond Release Application Dugout Canyon Mine, Canyon Fuel Company


Public Notice Phase I and II Bond Release Application Dugout Canyon Mine, Canyon Fuel Company

PUBLIC NOTICE FOR SECURITY SYSTEM BID


PUBLIC NOTICE FOR SECURITY SYSTEM BID

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Events / FYI

Published on October 30, 2014

Churches


Catholic Masses - The schedule includes:

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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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