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Bears win big at Ben Lomond

Wednesday, January 28, 2015
By theleader

U-G-L-Y. There isn’t any better way to describe the BR girls’  basketball game at Ben Lomond Tuesday. The Bears rolled to a 52-11 win over the hapless Scots, holding them scoreless in the third quarter. Alyssa Park (17 points, 5 threes) outscored the Scots all by herself. In all, eight BR players got into... »

MOM Brands sold to Post Holdings

Wednesday, January 28, 2015
By theleader

MOM Brands, the fourth largest cereal company in the United States, announced on Monday, Jan. 26, that it has entered into a definitive agreement for the sale of the company to Post Holdings, Inc., in a transaction valued at approximately $1.15 billion. Post Holdings is the parent company to several different businesses that it... »

Leaving a Legacy

Wednesday, January 28, 2015
By theleader
Leaving a Legacy

Publisher Madson is moving on For the past 21 years Greg Madson has been a staple to the community, not only as the Leader publisher but also as a volunteer. Through his efforts the Leader has transformed from a weekly to more of a daily, providing up to date information online, as well as video... »

Newman honored with Rytting awrd

Tuesday, January 27, 2015
By theleader
Newman honored with Rytting awrd

Many who know her simply regard her as Mrs. Newman. She’s the beloved, but now retired, English teacher who taught many, many students over the years. But her contributions to the Bear River Valley have earned her another title, Rytting Award recipient. This year Tamera Newman is being recognized and honored for her everlasting... »

Taking to the Sky

Tuesday, January 27, 2015
By theleader
Taking to the Sky

  UAV testing come to the county Is it a bird, a plane or a UFO in the skies above Promontory? During the coming year, it just might be an unmanned aerial vehicle soaring over Box Elder County, thanks to a contract with the state of Utah and the county’s Redevelopment Agency to test... »

Bears lead Region 11

Sunday, January 25, 2015
By theleader

Last week the Bear River boys’ basketball team beat Stansbury in a balanced fashion, 64-42, which was a confidence building game. Bear River then hosted region frontrunners Tooele in a tightly contested battle that had the Bears coming out on top, 55-49. With these pair of wins Bear River moves to the top of... »

Potter gets nod for sheriff

Saturday, January 24, 2015
By theleader
Potter gets nod for sheriff

With only  two candidates in the running for Box Elder County sheriff, 93 delegates from the Republican Central Committee took less than an hour to select the person they want to finish out the four-year term of Sheriff Lynn Yates, who passed away from a heart attack earlier this month, one day after being... »

Batting 100

Saturday, January 24, 2015
By theleader
Batting 100

“The honest truth? I’m beginning to realize I’m getting old,” said 99 year-old Tremonton resident Jerry Morgan. Next week, Jan. 28, Jerry will hit a huge milestone, 100 years old, and will do so with several parties planned for the former athlete, farmer, rancher and “sugar boiler.” “I feel good,” he added. Spending his... »

Bear River wrestling vs. Malad – Video Report

Friday, January 23, 2015
By theleader

The Bear River wrestling team hosted Malad Wednesday night for a 62-12 win. This video is sponsored by Jim Thomas of Coldwell Banker. »

On the Hill

Friday, January 23, 2015
By theleader
On the Hill

Sandall takes office, House District 1 After years of dedicated service Ronda Menlove stepped down from her position, House District 1 in the Utah State Legislature, opening the door for newcomer Scott Sandall, who is eager to serve. When asked about his candidacy, he said, “I have always had the desire to serve in... »

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