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Published May 1, 2007


Carbon thunders through three

Tyler Turcasso belts one out of the park during a 12-0 rout of ALA on Thursday. The Dinos won three last week.

Carbon softball hanging on for a shot at state play-offs

Whitney Williams lays down a tag as the runner tries to steal third.

Carbon shows growing strength at Uintah

Paul Goodrich runs the 3200 meter during an earlier meet at Carbon High. Goodrich took first place at the Uintah Invitational on April 20. The Dino tied with 1A powerhouse Duchesne as the meet's champion. ...

Wildlife officials provides tips for avoiding bear problems as new camping season begins

Because black bears are usually afraid of people, they will often stay away from campsites. However, food may attract a hungry bear. Outdoor enthusiasts are encouraged to be take precautions not to attract bears....

CEU Men's Basketball Coach Resigns

CEU men's basketball coach Brian Zollinger will not be returning to coach the Golden Eagles this next season. CEU Athletic Director Dave Paur announced that Zollinger has taken a head coaching job at Seward County Community College located in Liberal...

Hole in One

Roy Hyde hit a hole-in-one on April 25. Hyde's shot of a life time came on hole number eight at the Carbon Golf Course, He was hitting a nine iron from 150 yards. The hole-in-one was witnessed by Hazel Hyde and Dean Nelson. ...

DWR Offers More Antlerless Permits, Requires Online Application

Hunters who want to apply for an antlerless deer, elk, pronghorn or moose permit for hunts in Utah this fall will have to use a computer.

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