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Published January 8, 2002


Eagles split two in Idaho

The Golden Eagles from the College of Eastern Utah traveled to Idaho this past week to take on two Scenic West Athletic Conference teams Jan. 3 and 5.

Lady Eagles struggle on the road

The College of Eastern Utah Lady Eagles traveled to Idaho to compete in two games Jan. 3 and 5. This road trip was the second in a weeks time for the Eagles adding up to over 3,600 miles traveled in a week....

Wildlife abound in Carbon County hills

This photo tesitifies to some of the wildlife that can be seen during the winter in the Carbon County area. This photo was taken this past weekend by Kimball Johnson up Consumers Canyon....

Lady Dinos round up and break the Colts

The Carbon High Lady Dino's basketball team welcomed the Cottonwood Colts to town Jan. 4. The welcome was short lived as the Dinos defeated the Colts 67-38 in a non-region competition....

The Sports View

By now I'm sure that everybody knows what a huge football fan I am, particularly for the Oakland Raiders. That is why I felt compelled to write an article not about how terrible Raider fans feel after the devastating end to the regular season, but ab...

DWR Halts Helicopter Roundups

The Division of Wildlife Resources has suspended all animal capture operations involving the use of helicopters until a thorough review of its helicopter capture procedures is completed....

Nwtf Holds Annual Banquet

When the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) was first founded in 1973 there were only 1.5 million wild turkeys across the U.S., Canada and Mexico. Today, it is estimated there are more than 5.6 million wild turkeys. ...

Carbon wins duel swimming meet

The Carbon High swim team competed in a meet last week against South Summit and Wasatch. The team walked away victorious with both the men and women's teams taking first place. ...

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