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Published October 3, 2002

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East Carbon beats Pirates as they warm up for play-in contest


Samson Leonard is greeted by team mates last Friday as he comes into home from an apparent home run he hit against Tintic. However, the ball was found wedged in the fence and officials called it a triple instead. On Tuesday afternoon, he did get th...

Lady Vikes find trouble in Eureka


East Carbon's Samantha Madrid goes high for the ball during a recent home game with Meridian. The Lady Vikes are tied for the Region 18 lead.

Fall baseball is in the air


During its only home game of the season, the Carbon fall baseball team split a double header. The team fell to Provo in the opening game by the final score 5-0. The team bounced back however in the second game to defeat Springville 4-3....

Youth soccer a hit in Carbon County


Michelle Ruden slides for the ball during a game played earlier this year on the CEU field. The Carbon Dinos travelled to Delta last Tuesday. The Dinos fell to their Region 8 opponent 5-0. The Dinos will host their final home game of the season Thurs...

Youth soccer a hit in Carbon County


Athletes from the Raptors under 12 team race for control of the soccer ball in a game played earlier this season. The new soccer league is making waves throughout Carbon County and is currently the only soccer league in existance in the area. The y...

Early October fishing report for southeastern Utah


Regulation change at Joes Valley Reservoir. At 6 a.m. on Nov. 1, Joes Valley Reservoir will be closed to fishing until Dec. 14. Once the reservoir reopens to fishing, the trout limit will be two, of which only one can be over 22 inches. All trout 15 ...

Sports Shorts


Hole in one witnessed at Carbon Country Club. Last week, Dee Miller scored a hole in one at the Carbon Country Club Golf Course. The amazing accomplishment occured on hole number six from 130 yards as Miller teed off with a pitching wedge. The hole i...

Hunters encouraged to cover harvested big game animals while transporting


Hunters fortunate enough to take a bull elk or buck deer during Utah's general hunts in October are encouraged to cover their animal while transporting it home.

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