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Published October 29, 2002


Season woes over for struggling Dino team

The Dinos try to push past the Spartans for valuable yardage. Despite putting their best effort forward, the Dinos fell to Emery 27-19. Because Carbon failed to capture a Region 8 win this season, the team will not move on to the state championship...

Dino cross country team finished season off with successful performance at state finals

David Goodrich, Isaac Goodrich, Joe Palmer and Scott Terry warm up for the state 3A finals. These athletes were the top four finishers in the meet for Carbon High. Isaac Goodrich finished in sixth place at the state meet to lead the Dinos....

Golden Eagles volleyball squad hosts Scenic West teams

After competing for several weeks on the road, the College of Eastern Utah women's volleyball team returned home to host two Scenic West Athletic Conference games. The opening game pitted the Golden Eagles against the UVSC Wolverines. The action was ...

Sportsman permit applications available beginning Nov. 6

Applications for one of the most prized Utah big game hunting permits will be available beginning Nov. 6.

Sports Shorts

Carbon High sophomore volleyball team competes at Region 8 tourney. The Dinos sophomore volleyball team competed in the Region 8 tournament Saturday in Lehi. The team which consists of five freshmen and four sophomores dominated the court as they wo...

Carbon High swim team kicks off season strong

The Carbon High swim team started the season off with a splash. The team competed against Uintah and Union where the girls team found themselves ahead of the competition.

Future big game proclamations to be discussed at meeting

The Southeast Regional Wildlife Advisory Council will meet Oct. 29 to discuss proposals for future big game proclamations.

Temporary fishing closure to take place at Joes Valley

Beginning November 1, Joes Valley Reservoir will be closed to fishing until December 14. When the reservoir reopens to fishing, the trout limit will be two and no more than one trout may be over 22 inches. All trout 15 to 22 inches must be immediatel...

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