The Assumption Greek Orthodox Church celebrated its centennial in August. The church was dedicated on August 15, 1916, the feast
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A late summer bloom of toxic algae in Scofield Reservoir produced a mass die-off of fish and led to the
Feathers flew as 30 wild turkeys took to the air upon being released by Mont Harmon Middle School Science Club
Zero support in public comments Dozens of comments were recorded during a public hearing at the County Commission room Dec.
Late last year, as monthly federal mineral lease payments from the state began to drop to almost record lows to
William Lewis Zeller, age 89, died in Mesquite, Nevada on December 25, 2016. He was born on July 29, 1927
I know that many people out there are getting ready to set their resolutions for the year as 2017 approaches.
NATHANIEL WOODWARD Here we are, another issue, another set of questions from my email inbox. These are far-and-away my favorite
For most people, Christmas cheer and the spirit of giving starts to flourish in December; lights are strung, stockings adorn
By THOMAS MANNING Sun Advocate Reporter Carbon Cares, a program that is put on every year by the students and
The Utah Permanent Community Impact Fund Board has authorized a $975,000 grant and a $325,000, 2.5 percent, 20 year loan
The Utah Highway Patrol is once again reminding drivers of the need to buckle up, and to adjust their speeds
On Thursday, January 5, Richard Shaw, BEAR’s public relations contract specialist and the owner of Red Dog Publishing, will be
The School Institutional Trust Lands Administration (SITLA) is a mystery to many people. In fact before only a few years
Lenise Peterman, the new director of Helper’s Railroad and Mining Museum, is no stranger to gathering and organizing vast amounts
By THOMAS MANNING Sun Advocate Reporter Price Police Captain Bill Barnes and two members of the Carbon County Metro Drug
Local law enforcement agencies had an extra $2,250 to spend during the annual Shop with a Cop event Saturday, thanks
Jason Olsen, an English instructor at USU-Eastern Price, has won the state’s top prize for a book-length collection of poetry.
Albert and Mary Lou Vogrinec will celebrate their 50th anniversary on December 21, 2016. They were married December 21, 1966
Human beings have the quality of being able to forget about the good and bad in the world, depending on