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Published August 6, 2002


American Legion team captures first round win at state tourney

The Helper American Legion team has proved that it is still one of the best legion programs in the state this season. Now to further convince legion fans of this fact, Helper has moved on to compete at the annual state tournament in Salt Lake City....

Helper WBBA All-stars Prepare for Little World Series Competition

After defeating the Price National White team 9-4 in the regional championship game July 24, the team now moves on to the little world series of WBBA where they are scheduled to play their first game August 6. The team worked hard to attain the cha...

Utah Jazz player shares basketball tips with local fans

Utah Jazz player Jarron Collins takes a time out to sign autographs and pose for pictures with Nico, Tony, and Nathan Velasquez during his visit to Carbon County last Friday. Collins is currently visiting athletic centers across Utah sharing his know...

Hunting party held in late 1940's

Hunters have always shared their tall tails about the big one that got away, but in this case, the hunting buddies share their experience with actual evidence. This photo is suspected of being taken in the late 1940's and it shows several hunters dis...

Changes to Duck Fork Reservoir will benefit Colorado River cutthroat trout

Anglers visiting Duck Fork Reservoir in southeastern Utah recently have noticed two major changes. First, the reservoir is in the process of draining. It's about half drained and should reach its dead storage volume of about 80-acre feet within anoth...

The Sports View

It's that time of year again. Let the moaning and groaning begin.

Fishing report for southeastern Utah

As of July 25, fishing regulations changed at Duck Fork Reservoir. Anglers may now keep up to 16 trout, and they may use any legal bait. Previously, the trout limit was two and only artificial flies and lures could be used. These regulations are in e...

Sports Shorts

Carbon High Dino football team prepares for upcoming season.

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