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East Carbon splits in first league contests

Head baseball coach Todd McFarland hoped that his team would start off the season with two league wins. It would not only be a great start, but also would probably eliminate a coin toss for the Region 18 championship at the end of the season....

Evidence points toward Canada lynx living in Joes Valley area

The Manti LaSal National Forest Service has confirmed that the Canada lynx species is currently living in the Joes Valley area. This is the first confirmed lynx to appear in the state since 1991. Further studies will be conducted to determine what ...

Valuable experience gained by cross country team at first season meet

The Carbon Dino cross country team competed in its first meet of the season this past weekend. Although the team did not place in the top three, the Dinos did gain valuable experience while improving on their endurance skills....

Remembering the past while dancing into the future

At the end of each dance review a bouquet of flowers would be presented to Young from her dancers. Throughout the years, girls grew into young women and learned valuable lessons from their respected dance instructor....

The Sports View

We knew it would catch up with all of us sooner or later.

Sports Shorts

Annual Green River softball tournament scheduled for Melon Days festivities.

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