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Published April 15, 2003


Carbon athletes race for the finish line at invitational track meet

Bryan Stewart clears a hurdle during the Carbon Invitational last week. Stewart qualified for the final round of hurdle action, but was unable to participate in the event due to prior school engagements. Carbon coach, Stewart Foster feels that the y...

Carbon baseball team continues their winning ways

Garrett Schmitz steps up to bat during a Region 8 game against North Sanpete which took place two weeks ago at Carbon High.

Carbon Dino soccer team competes in intense home game

Dinos soccer members fight for control of the ball against a Wasatch Academy athlete during last week's match up on the Dino field. The Carbon team found themselves down, 2-0 entering the second period. The Dinos did rally a comeback and managed to s...

Several Dino athletes named to annual all-state, all-region basketball teams

Morgan Warburton drives the ball past an Ogden defender during a preseason game last winter. Warburton was recently named to several all-state teams and is expected to return to the Dinos line-up next year as a dominant player....

Hole-in-one made by youth golfer

Carbon County golf enthusiast, Brett Johnson, age 14 hit a hole-in-one using his driver from 210 yards on a par three hole. The event was witnessed by his father, Jeff Johnson and Randy and Darrin Railsback during the two man best ball tournament hos...

Wildlife officials urge anglers to enjoy Utah waterways now

As the worries of yet another drought season fill the minds of many Carbon County residents, the Division of Wildlife Resources had dedicated themselves to providing adequate information regarding fishing opportunities and advantages across the state...

Fishing report for southeastern Utah

•Abajo and Blue Mountains. Divison of Wildlife Resources conservation officer, Randall Scheetz reports that fishing for rainbow trout is slow at Recapture Reservoir. Some Northern pike continue to be caught from shore with spinners and jigs. ...

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