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Breaking News

Published on November 18, 2014

Mellor wins county commissioner seat

8 days ago

After two weeks of waiting, the final votes have been tallied and the Carbon County Commission will have a new elected official beginning in January.

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Local News

Published on November 27, 2014

Dumb and awkward: We admire those qualities in turkeys

That turkey that shows up on your dining room table on Thanksgiving is just a product of heredity, in fact, a product of breeding by man.

Annual concert not going Baroque

A recent change of directors has created a change of pace for musicians and singers in this year's winter concert. Instead of Handel's Messiah, the tunes will be a potpourri of Christmas and seasonal hits spanning from Mozart to modern....

Craft Fair launches Christmas Town events in Helper

Both floors of Helper's Civic Auditorium were packed with vendors and customers as the weekend Christmas Craft Fair began the annual month-long holiday celebration. There was more shopping on the third floor of the Balance Rock Eatery Saturday wi...

Local chef carves out a marrow-glazed victory

Carbon County's own Lyn Wells took first place at the October 30, LA Young Chef Competition, winning $15,000 for a three-month internship at one of the country's best restaurants. The win is yet another step toward the local chef's dream of learning...

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Published on November 25, 2014

Learning to say 'Thanks'

We see it all the time...parents telling their little kids (or even big ones) to say "Thank you" to someone that just did something for them or gave them something.

Guest Column: The night the cold war ended

I was at the library at Northwestern University, putting the final touches on my first book - which happened to be about Soviet foreign policy. In a mad rush to beat my deadline, I dashed out and dropped the manuscript in the FedEx box just before th...

Guest Column: Stop taking environmental hypocrites seriously

Tom Steyer, the hedge fund billionaire turned environmental nut job, just launched a multi-million dollar attack-ad blitz that takes political dishonesty to a whole new level.

Letter to the Editor: Find out what happened

No parent should ever have to bury their child; but I have. Sometimes there is a reason or a cause to why some parents have the misfortune of saying "good bye." However, in my situation, I do not know why, or how, or even when. I never had the opport...

Letter to the Editor: Not from Limbaugh

I recently found some interesting things I would like to share. 1 have enclosed copies of these, with pictures, to prove that these are actual statements and fact.

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Published on November 27, 2014

CHS Wrestlers open season with Blue-White Duels

With a long and grueling season in front of them, the Carbon High Wrestling team got off to a good start with the Blue-White Duels on Monday evening at Carbon High School.

USU Eastern basketball teams seek to continue momentum

With both teams coming off successful weekends, the USU Eastern Men's and Women's Basketball teams have their eyes on continuing that success when they travel to Rock Springs, Wyo., for two games on Friday and Saturday....

Pinnacle basketball teams begin season play on road

The Pinnacle High Boy's and Girl's Basketball teams opened play in the 2014-15 season on Tuesday, Nov. 25 with the hope of improving their play from last season.

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Legal Notices

Published on November 27, 2014



Public Notice Statement

"Southeastern Utah Association of Local Governments (SEUALG) hereby gives public notice that SEUALG's Equal Access Policy Plan (EAPP) assures full compliance with 504 ADA and Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Civil Rights Restoration Act...




The Utah School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration has received a proposal for a transaction on the following parcel in Wellington, UT in Carbon County:



Notice of Public Hearing

Price River Water Improvement District

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Events / FYI

Published on November 25, 2014


Deadline for FYI - is Tuesday at noon.

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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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