|Published May 28, 2002|
Opening of local fish pond attracts large crowd
Rose and Ross Gigliotti cut the ribbon to officially mark the opening of the Helper fish pond. After months of planning, the local attraction was opened to the public on Saturday. The Gigliotti family allowed the Division of Wildlife Resources to b...
Local family competes in state karate championship
Three local family members Shirley, Bridget, and Gwendolyn Coyne, recently competed in the annual Utah Open Karate Championship in Salt Lake City. The tournament was open to all styles of karate and attracted competitors from across the nation. Among...
Enjoying the great outdoors requires few restrictions
Campsites across the area await visitors. As the summer months approach, these sites will be filled quickly and often, but many times these sites have certain rules and regulations. Each site varies as to what rules apply, however with the dry cond...
Dino two-some compete in all-star baseball game
Dino catcher Zac Cloward warms up during a game against Emery in April. Cloward, who also pitches for the Dino team was selected to participate in the annual Utah All-Star game.The event consists of the best players from across the state....
Rodeo queen pageant scheduled for June.
Antlerless big game permits will soon be available
Applications for permits to hunt antlerless elk, deer, moose and doe pronghorn during Utah's 2002 antlerless big game seasons will be available by June 4. Those who applied in previous years should receive a preprinted 2002 application in the mail so...
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