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Hole-in-one at Carbon Country Club golf course

Nathan Arellano made a hole-in-one on the sixth hole at the Carbon Country Club golf course on April 27.

Arellano was playing from the blue tees when he holed the 158 yard shot with an eight iron.

The shot was witnessed by Levi Fergerson and BJ Harmon.

Vacancy on Advisory board

The Division of Wildlife Resources (DWR) is seeking to fill a vacancy on its southeast Regional Wildlife Advisory Council (RAC).

The vacancy is for one of the two environmental (non-consumptive) positions on the council.

There are five RACs around the state. Each one is comprised of a variety of special interest groups, such as: businessmen, U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, elected officials, anglers, hunters, Native Americans, stockgrowers, environmentalists, and the general public.

The five statewide RACs meet almost monthly to discuss hunting and fishing proclamations as well as a wide variety of wildlife issues.

Anyone interested in filling the position on the southeast RAC must be sponsored by an environmental organization, have a strong interest in wildlife conservation, and be willing to support the concerns of their constituency.

For more information, contact Brent Stettler at 636-0266.


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