Sun Advocate

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Sun Advocate
Type Newspaper
Owner(s) Brehm Communications
Publisher Jenni Fasselin
Editor John Serfustini
Founded 1891
Language English
Headquarters 845 East Main, Price, Utah 84501
 United States

The Sun Advocate is a bi-weekly newspaper located in Price, Utah, United States and serving all of the surrounding Carbon County. It is owned by Brehm Communications of San Diego, California and claims to be "one of the longest running community newspapers in Utah".

The company is the successor to a number of older papers. The Eastern Utah Telegraph published from 1891 to January 1895, and the Eastern Utah Advocate replaced it in February 1895. The Carbon County News began in 1907 and lasted until 1915, when it merged with the Advocate to form the News-Advocate. That same year, the competing Sun began publishing; the two merged in 1932 to form the present Sun Advocate.[1]


  1. ^ "The News-Advocate". Utah Digital Newspapers. Archived from the original on June 24, 2008. Retrieved Jul 2008.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help)

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