February 1999

News

Sexually oriented businesses banned in Smithfield
2/2/99 SMITHFIELD -- City Council members unanimously passed an ordinance to discourage sexually oriented businesses from coming to their town at the Jan. 29 meeting.

Sports

Wolf Pack devours Aggie basketball
2/8/99 On paper, the Utah State men's basketball team was supposed to dominate the University of Nevada's team.
Venturing into unfriendly territory - the Delta Center
2/20/99Two words: The Glove. Gary Payton's nickname due to his smothering defense placed upon opposing players. The 6-foot-4 Seattle Sonics point guard caught my attention while he was at Oregon State and I have followed him ever since.
That's right, I'm a huge Sonics fan, not a Utah Jazz fan, to which I've had endless battles over.
A fitting end for Davis
2/20/99 Utah State's 6-foot-5 senior forward Pharoah Davis took just five shots from the field Saturday night during the Aggies' victory over Boise State, but it was his final shot that made the difference.
Aggie golfers hit the road
3/29/99 The Utah State University golf team will take to the road for the Spalding Anteater Invitational at the Coto de Caza Country Club in Coto de Caza, Calif., March 28-30.
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