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Published March 26, 2002


Carbon High: home of three all-state

Carbon wins Montrose tournament as prelim to season opener

Jan Jorgensen blasts a two run homer in the sixth inning of the game against Montrose during the Lloyd McMillan Memorial Baseball Tournament in Colorado on Friday. The Indians wanted to get into the championship game against Lakewood High School of...

Warmer weather leading the way to upcoming fishing season

As the days grow longer, and the weather begins to warm up, the ice on nearby lakes is thawing, leading the way to the regular fishing season. Many area lakes already are housing successful fishing adventures. Easter weekend is bound to attract visit...

Local athletes compete in karate tournament

Local karate athletes traveled to Bountiful to compete in the Rocky Mountain National Karate Tournament on March 16. The karate experts returned home quite successful. Competing in the white belt category, Cody Davis, age six, placed third in sparrin...

Dhs Players Make State Team

Amie, a sophmore, and Gina, a junior, are the first Delta High School players to ever make the State Team. They will be in the water for 8 hours on Saturday and 4-5 hours on Sunday. After two days of grueling competition, the selection of the Zone ...

Sports Shorts

Carbon High wrestler named to all academic all-state team.

Southeastern Utah fishing report

Except for high elevation lakes and reservoirs, the ice fishing season is over. With few exceptions, ice fishing is hazardous.

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