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Published April 2, 2002


Dinos pluck Hawks feathers in road win

As his Coach Lane Herrick looks on, Carbons Troy Grundy tries to place a bunt during a recent home game. Last Wednesday evening Grundy took the North Sanpete Hawks apart before they could get off the field by belting out a three run homer in the se...

Home game slips through the Dinos fingers

The Carbon High Dinos softball team had a close game last week against the North Sanpete Hawks. The Dinos lead throughout the game, until the last inning when the Hawks captured the lead by one point, leading to the Dinos defeat. The Dinos did show...

As the soccer season progresses, the Carbon Dinos show improvements

The Dinos soccer team has been showing improvements as the season goes by. Team work has been one of the biggest assests thus far in the season for the struggling team.

Cami Hanson competes in the Rocky Mountain Classic karate tournament

Local karate expert Cami Hanson competed in the Rocky Mountain Classic karate tournament in Bountiful on March 16. Hanson competed in the Women's black belt division under the categories of kata, weapons, and kumite. Hanson placed first in kata and w...

The Sports View

As the years pass by, I find myself wondering more and more, what is sports really all about? For myself, I try to view sports as entertainment and a pastime. Unfortunately, I think that the majority of the nation views it as strictly a business....

Carbon Dinos tennis team swinging strong

The season is well underway for the Carbon High tennis team. The team currently stands at three wins versus two losses.

Stiff penalties handed down to wildlife violators

Two wildlife cases from southeastern Utah have gone through the court system. The penalties for each case may surprise you!

Southeastern Utah Fishing report for early April

Further ice fishing is discouraged. Conditions are becoming increasingly hazardous, even at high elevation lakes.

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