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Football falls again, this time to Juan Diego

Friday, September 19, 2014
By theleader

The woes continue for the Bear River football team after they fell to Juan Diego 32-7 in Draper Friday night. Bear River dropped to 0-5 on the year and gave up at least 30 points for the fifth time. The offense struggled against the Soaring Eagle, now 2-3 this year, amassing only 178 yards... »

Back to Baseball

Friday, September 19, 2014
By theleader
Back to Baseball

Alex Munns has always had a love for baseball. That’s why it should be no surprise that he recently tried out for the Utah State Aggies Club Baseball team, two-time NCBA national champions, and made the team. His father, Clint, said, “He just got off his mission and has been away from baseball for... »

Garland man injured on 365 exit

Thursday, September 18, 2014
By theleader
Garland man injured on 365 exit

A Garland man was seriously hurt Thursday morning in a rollover on I-15, while his 13-year-old daughter escaped injury. A Utah Highway Patrol report said, Nicholes Higley, 34, was southbound in a 2001 GMC pickup about 7:30 a.m., with his daughter.  As he took the 365 exit, the driver reach down to get a... »

Garland weighs sewer options

Thursday, September 18, 2014
By theleader

A new sewer treatment plant in Garland is not a dead issue according to Garland City Mayor Scott Coleman. “The sewer system is not dead,” Coleman said during Wednesday night’s Garland City Council meeting. Coleman brought the issue up, saying that he spoke with Tyson Knudsen, an engineer who has done feasibility studies for... »

Friday early out not dead yet

Thursday, September 18, 2014
By theleader

There has been a public debate in the past on what is the best day to have the district-wide late start-early out days for teacher preparation/collaboration time. Many in the community were disheartened a few years ago when the School Board, despite public option, decided to continue to schedule Wednesdays as the designated late... »

Rollover proves fatal

Thursday, September 18, 2014
By theleader

A Malad woman suffered head trauma and died at the scene of a rollover near the town of Rosette in western Box Elder County Wednesday night. The fatal accident was discovered just before 7:30 p.m. by two EMTs who were driving through the area. According to Lt. Lee Perry of the Utah Highway Patrol,... »

Bear River soccer vs. Grantsville 9-16-14 – Video Report

Wednesday, September 17, 2014
By theleader

This video is sponsored by Bear River Medical Arts. The Bear River girls’ soccer team hosted Grantsville and won 9-0 on Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014. »

BR Soccer vs Grantsville-Pics

Wednesday, September 17, 2014
By theleader
BR Soccer vs Grantsville-Pics

The Bear River soccer team hosted Grantsville and won 9-0. Check out next week’s paper for a full report. Also watch for the highlight video coming soon! Sadie Croney got a hat trick with three goals, Tara Christensen sunk two goals, while Taya Huggins, Tamika Rodriquez, Whitney Wilcox and Shaeyna Oyler each netted a... »

Christensen joins board

Wednesday, September 17, 2014
By theleader
Christensen joins board

The Box Elder School District has added a new face and board member to its ranks. Bear River High student Rachel Christensen was sworn in at the last board meeting as the student board member for the 2014-2015 school year. Adminstering the oath of office was district business administrator Rod Cook. Rachel is the... »

Down to Basics

Wednesday, September 17, 2014
By theleader
Down to Basics

Most 17-year-olds are focused on friends, fashion and food. It goes with the territory of being a teen. But two Bear River High School students made a decision during their junior year that not only affected their entire summer, but underlined their goals for the future. Mack Bjorn and Toby Haltiner joined the Army... »

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