|Published November 14, 2002|
Golden Eagles Start Preseason with NCAA Signing
Mindaugas Katelynas signs a contract with the University of Tennessee Chattanooga Wednesday afternoon. The contract allows Katelynas to compete at the NCAA school while continuing his education under a full scholarship. Katelynas grew up in Lithuan...
East Carbon Vikings name new boys basketball coach
Kevin Cline drives past a defender in a competition last season. This year, the Vikings will be under the direction of newly appointed head coach Jeff Cisneros as the team shoots for a state 1A title this season....
Karate students compete in tourney
Students from a local karate school competed in the EKL Karate Showdown Open Championship in Woodscross Nov. 2. The students had a successful perfomance as many of them walked away with top awards. Athletes were ranked in divisions regarding their ag...
Preparing for ice fishing season
For many Carbon County residents, working or playing on the frozen surface of a river or lake is part of winter. Knowing how to do so safely can be a matter of life or death.
The Sports View
While I have never been a fan of the University of Michigan, in fact most of the time disliking that school in Ann Arbor, what happened to that institution last week was sad and appalling....
Fishing report for southeastern Utah
Mountain lakes and reservoirs are icing over. However, ice anglers should wait two to three weeks for the ice to thicken to a safe amount. Ice fishermen should always carry safety gear, including ice awls, a long rope with attached floatation device,...
Local bowler scores perfect game. As part of the weekly Thayn Scratch Bowling league, participants compete at the Country Lanes bowling alley each week. Two weeks ago, Shane Gagon scored a perfect game of 300. The amazing accomplishment was witnessed...
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