County conventions narrow list of commission hopefuls
Carbon County Democrats will need a primary race to decide their nominee for the open county commission seat, while Republicans chose their candidate by a wide margin Friday night at their convention….
ECC revises plan but does not abandon hope for new cemetery
Following an unfavorable funding decision for a new cemetery in East Carbon City, local officials have gone back to the drawing board in order to come up with a smaller, more affordable project. …
The Demise of the Wild Brunch: Moonwater Spring is Walker’s Waterloo
Editors note: This is the second in a series of three articles about the near demise of the Robbers Roost gang during the spring of 1898. Sources for the story are from the Eastern Utah Advocate and the Sun Advocate archives)….
Green Team will help recycle old electronics gear
We almost all have them stuff away somewhere. Broken televisions, old radios, obsolete computers, played out video game consoles and other pieces of modern electronic life….
USU Eastern positions itself for ship in career development
USU Eastern is positioning itself to become a regional leader as a community career center.
Another ‘controlled burn’ out of control
Fire fighters from Price and the state Division of Forestry, Fire and State Lands respond to a brush fire that got out of control in Carbonville Thursday. Flames did minor damage to a nearby tree, but were extinguished before they could reach a v…
Income tax withholding tips
Tax filing season is all but over. Taxpayers who have already filed likely received refunds. Just as likely, those who have not yet filed do not expect to receive money back and are envious of those who did. Reports are that the average refund …
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