News in Price, Utah

Fiber: Nature's Way of Making You Feel Your Best

(NewsUSA) - Having enough daily fiber in your diet has become increasingly important because fiber helps support a smoother, more functional digestive system, provides stronger immunity, and promotes overall well-being*.

A pre-road trip checklist to avoid towing trauma

(BPT) - The onset of warmer weather means taking to the outdoors, be it boating, camping or simply tackling big jobs in the backyard. The result is a heavy increase in traffic on the roads — and often tagging along…

Wear a poppy this National Poppy Day

(BPT) - For many Americans, it starts with wearing the poppy on National Poppy Day, an annual tribute to the price of freedom. This year, National Poppy Day is May 25.

Invite monarchs to stay at your place this summer

(BPT) - Farmers, gardeners and lawn care aficionados take great pride in their work, which typically involves removing weeds. However, a new movement flips that script by encouraging people to establish milkweed habitats.

County OKs Warrior Days contracts

Carbon County commissioners approved a slate of contracts last week during their regular meeting ahead of this summer’s Warrior Days festivities.

Can Capitalism Be Compassionate?

(NewsUSA) - The global economy can be confusing and terrifying. Financial experts, policy makers, and everyday citizens want to know: How will government policies impact our families and what can we do about it?

Cloward named to Helper Council

The Helper City Council selected Darren Cloward from a slate of five candidates to become the council’s newest member Thursday. Cloward, lead operator at the Price River Terminal, will serve the remaining term of Thomas Williams, who resigned in April.

Save for college, lessen the tax burden

Since I’ll be writing a column periodically for the Sun Advocate’s Business page, I would like to introduce myself, my name is Gary Meeks. I’m a financial advisor with Meeks Financial LLC located in Price. I have a bachelor’s degree…

Join biologists in Moab for Migratory Bird Day

MOAB—Spring is here, and wildlife migrations are in full swing. It’s a season of opportunity for wildlife enthusiasts, especially for those who enjoy observing migratory birds as they pass through southeastern Utah.

May celebrates healthcare pros, hospitals

Castleview Hospital is joining with several organizations this May to recognize and celebrate many of our community’s healthcare providers and recognize their efforts to help make our community healthier.

*GALLERY 3A State Baseball Tournament

Emery and Carbon High schools faced off Saturday at Helper Legion Field during the State 3A Baseball Tournament. The Dinos blasted Emery, 9-0. Carbon High then played Grand County, defeating that team 4-3 later that evening. The Dinos play again…

Marcos Timothy Archuleta

EAST CARBON- Marcos Timothy Archuleta, age 63, passed away at St. Mary’s Hospital in Grand Junction, Colorado, May 3, 2018.

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