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In Living Color

              Tremonton City has a colorful way to celebrate its annual 24th of July celebration, but make sure you are ready to bathe in the results. New to Tremonton City Days is the Color Festival, which starts at 7 p.m.…


Rookie shines at HS finals

Briggs Madsen knows what it takes to compete with the big boys. This year this incoming sophomore dominated in the competitive high school rodeo circuit, finishing out the year with high honors and a top spot in nationals.     Last week…


Families safe in rollovers

  Seatbelts and car seats played a vital role in double crashes on Saturday, allowing two families to go home together at the end of the day, according to Lt. Lee Perry with the Utah Highway Patrol. About 5 p.m., a…


Stansbury Sewer Check

    A trip to Stansbury Park for a group of Garland City residents was educational for both the mind and the nose. Matt Cutler from Garland City took a group of residents to Stansbury Saturday morning to find out more…


Semi carrying produce rolls

A semi truck rolled Thursday morning on I-84, around milepost 15, sending its two occupants to the hospital and damaging its load. The accident occurred about 4:45 a.m., as an eastbound semi, owned by W.L.A. out of North Carolina and…


Utah’s National Champ

He’s the older brother in the Putt family legacy that includes two professional road cyclists, both young and motivated for the next big race and the next big win. Tanner Putt is just one of two Utahans racing in the…


Water off Wednesdays

Wednesdays will be a ‘water off ‘day in Tremonton as the city makes an attempt to conserve this summer. “We’re in a drought. Our sources are down,” said Paul Fulgham, director of Public Works for Tremonton City. “I think shutting…