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Published on February 26, 2015

Lady Eagles best NIC, move to tournament semi-final

Playing to a home crowd, the USU Eastern Lady Golden Eagles brought downed the Lady Cardinals of North Idaho 66-58 Thursday night.

USU Eastern men fall to North Idaho

Despite holding as much as a nine point lead for much of the second half, the USU Eastern Men's Basketball team could not close the deal against Northern Idaho in the first round of region 18 Scenic West Athletic Conference Tournament play in Price. ...

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Local News

Published on February 26, 2015

Legislative action may alter charter school funding

A bill that was introduced in the Utah State Senate this session may vastly change the amount of money that public school districts have to provide to the charter school movement....

Price man is missing no more

The search for a Price man thought to be missing since February 21 has been canceled.

Utah's 'Cowboy Caucus' voice for rural concerns

Every Friday at 7 a.m. during the Utah General Legislative Session, the rural caucus, often referred to as the "Cowboy Caucus," meets to discuss potential legislation that will affect rural Utah. Popular topics revolve around land management, environ...

Wellington students aim for bullseye at archery event

Over 45 Wellington Elementary fourth and fifth grade students got a chance to show off their archery skills at a unique event in Salt Lake City last weekend.

Volunteer built high tunnel to protect community garden

More than 50 Carbon and Emery County residents came together this past weekend to learn about and construct a high tunnel working to protect the area's community garden from harsh elements that can damage that garden's harvest. ...

Tavaputs District of BSA recognition dinner

The Tavavputs District of the Boy Scouts of America recently held their annual recognition dinner to honor those young men who have earned their Eagle Scout Award this past year. The Price Elks Lodge presented an American flag to each Eagle Scout. ...

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Published on February 24, 2015

A scam to laugh at

3 days ago

A couple of weeks ago I was looking at the stock of hay I had in my barn and realized I have way more than my horse would need before the next cutting season takes place this summer. So I decided to sell some of it....

Guest Column: Net Neutrality would be good policy

3 days ago

One of the greatest public policy victories in decades is just around the corner.

Guest Column: Low inflation still hurts

3 days ago

One of the great mysteries in Washington, D.C. facing elected officials is why constituents feel like they are running in place, and never seem to get ahead financially.

Letter to the Editor: Lower the price, increase the tax

3 days ago

I find it ironic that the current and temporary low price of gasoline has spurred the legislature into realizing once again that the tax on gasoline has not been raised recently. An increase was voted down in 2011 and the can was kicked around again ...

Letter to the Editor: A father or the Mayor?

3 days ago

I, support and praise the comments made by Mel Coonrod of Helper, in his letter to the editor, which was later published in the Sun Advocate on Feb. 10, 2015 and titled, "Let's Hang the Mayor? "...

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Published on February 26, 2015

After long road trips, USU Eastern Baseball team to open home schedule

Golden Eagles look to break losing streak with Salt Lake CC coming to town

CHS Boys Soccer team hopes to build off successful 2014 season

After getting a taste of making the playoffs last season, the Carbon High Boys Soccer team has high hopes of doing just the same thing in the new season.

Two CHS Girls Basketball players received Academic All-State honors

Two players on the Carbon High Girls Basketball team were recently named to the 3A Academic All-State Team.

Second half surge leaves PHS Boys with loss in home finale

In their last home game of the 2014-15 season, the Pinnacle High Boys Basketball team started strong but Providence Hall pulled away in the second half to hand the Panthers 75-46 on Tuesday evening at the PHS Gymnasium....

CHS Girls look to make a statement in 3A playoffs

After three years of memorable and exciting games in the 3A First Round, the Carbon High Girls Basketball team will look to conquer their next obstacle in tournament play.

USU Eastern set to host SWAC tourney

The USU Eastern Basketball teams will host the Scenic West Athletic Conference starting on Thursday morning at the BDAC.

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Legal Notices

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Events / FYI

Published on February 17, 2015


10 days ago

Catholic Masses - The schedule includes:

Club Notes

10 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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