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Published January 17, 2002


Lady Dinos take it to Emery

People can talk about rivalries all they want. They can talk about Michigan-Ohio State or Oklahoma-Texas. They can talk about UCLA-Southern Cal or BYU-Utah.

Lady Eagles struggle for control

The College of Eastern Utah Lady Eagles basketball team welcomed fans to the BDAC Friday, Jan. 11. Golden Eagle fans entered the arena excited and ready to cheer on the home team. Unfortunately, there was not much to cheer about during the ladies hea...

Rams collide with Bulldogs

The Helper Junior High basketball teams hosted the San Rafael Bulldogs Jan. 10. The games marked the beginning of a strongly competitive season for both teams.

Dinos lose league opener to Rabbits

It has not been the best season for the Carbon Dinos, yet they have showed a lot of promise at times.

Gordon Creek turkey release

The Division of Wildlife Resources held a wild turkey release Jan. 10 at the south fork of Gordon Creek. DWR authorities along with local supporters for the project attended, releasing two toms and 13 hens into the area....

East Carbon drops league openers

One of the things that makes any away game hard is the travel. For most Wasatch Front schools travel to a league opponents field of play is a short drive of less than a few miles....

The Sports View

The football season, as all things must, has come to an end. (That's the college football season, of course. Professional football never ends.)

Mid-January Southeastern Utah fishing report

Our conservation officers have received calls from concerned sportsmen about ice anglers who dump trash and cans into ice holes at the end of the day. We encourage ice fishermen to haul out whatever is hauled in. Officers will be closely monitoring ...

Sports Shorts

Right on the Marks: Former CEU basketball player heating up the court in Oregon

Public meeting regarding falcon captures to be held in Green River

Input about whether peregrine falcons should join the list of birds that falconers can capture and keep in Utah will be taken up at an upcoming public Regional Advisory Council meeting....

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