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2015-16 BRHS cheerleaders announced – Video Report

Monday, March 30, 2015
By theleader

The 2015-16 Bear River High School cheerleaders have been announced. »

BRHS 2015-16 Student Body Council – Video Report

Monday, March 30, 2015
By theleader

Students at Bear River High School have elected a new student body council. This video is sponsored by the Pie Dump. »

Turf Wars

Saturday, March 28, 2015
By theleader

In December 2014, representatives from Tremonton and Fielding met to discuss proposed changes to the ambulance service area boundary between the towns. After a heated discussion and differing options it seemed the two groups had come to a unanimous decision. During December’s meeting this was the conclusion the two had come to. Fielding Mayor... »

Stolen semi full of shoes located

Friday, March 27, 2015
By theleader

Local officials arrested two individuals on Monday, who were hauling nearly $1M dollars worth of shoes in a stolen semitrailer. Dispatch received a call at about 10:30 a.m., on Monday, March 23, from the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO), Oregon, about a semi-tractor that had been stolen in the Portland area. Utah Highway Patrol located... »

Survey Finds Historical Value

Friday, March 27, 2015
By theleader

Tremonton City Council heard from University of Utah student Hannah M. Turpen, who presented her findings on the Architectural Reconnaissance Level Survey of Tremonton City’s Main Street and Downtown Area. Turpen completed the survey in December for her Master of Science in Architectural Studies thesis project. She found the most common residential structures are... »

Flags to Fly

Thursday, March 26, 2015
By theleader
Flags to Fly

A deployed deputy with the Box Elder County Sheriff’s Department now serving as a reservist in Afghanistan, recently presented two flags to the county, both of which have flown on his military base there. The flags were a gift from Charles “Chuck” Hoffman a 20-year veteran with the Sheriff’s Department. One was given to... »

Tied to the Land

Wednesday, March 25, 2015
By theleader
Tied to the Land

Looking back, there are a few things David Smith regrets. He should have listened more in those “boring” chemistry classes or paid attention when his college professor discussed the composition of soil. Maybe he should have taken off “the blinders” a little sooner when it came to agriculture and “broaden my horizons.” Perhaps if... »

New Landfill?

Wednesday, March 25, 2015
By theleader
New Landfill?

Box Elder County may be the new owners of a much talked-about landfill site, if talks with owners of the permitted Promontory Landfill, LLC, go according to plans. Last Wednesday, commissioners signed a letter of intent regarding the sale of the privately owned acreage located at the extreme south point of the Promontory Mountains,... »

Open the Door

Wednesday, March 25, 2015
By theleader
Open the Door

Opportunity is knocking—come see what the Boys and Girls Club has to offer this week at their local sites during National Boys and Girls Club week. Activities have been planned, promoting the program and its resources. “We do great things at the Boys and Girls Club,” said Chief Operating Officer Jenny Schulze. “We want... »

Missing fisherman identified

Monday, March 23, 2015
By theleader
Missing fisherman identified

 The missing fisherman on Willard Bay has been identified as 45-year-old Matthew Rasmussen of Morgan County. Matthew was an avid fisherman who launched his boat at Willard Bay State Park marina on Sunday morning at approximately 8 am, and was reported missing at 8:30 pm.  Search efforts began shortly after with Matthew’s boat being... »

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