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Sizzling Celebrations

Monday, July 26, 2010
By theleader

There was no lack of activities throughout the valley for celebrating the 24th of July. Temperatures were up, but so were the spirits as people participated in 5K races, hot dog eating contests, baseball tournaments and baby contests. Kids bounced, ate cotton candy, guzzled slushies and perused vendors. As the heat receded in Tremonton,... »

Y Frosh Christensen to dive at Nationals

Monday, July 26, 2010
By theleader
Y Frosh Christensen to dive at Nationals

Bear River High’s standout diver Dayna Christensen has scored big as a freshman BYU diver, qualifying for nationals Aug. 8-15. Her outstanding performance at the qualifications in Mission Viejo, California July 9-10 in the senior division landed her in third place, only 3.5 points shy of first. Christensen finished the regular season at the... »

Anderson receives state tennis honor

Monday, July 26, 2010
By theleader
Anderson receives state tennis honor

The Utah Junior Tennis Association and Utah State Tennis Association have named Valerie Anderson as the recipient of the Ruby Hammel award for her skill on the tennis court and overall attitude. Anderson’s high school coach, Nancy Brough nominated her for the award. “ presented annually to an outstanding female high school... »

Garland updates council room, gears up for Wheat and Beet

Thursday, July 22, 2010
By theleader

The Garland City Council unveiled a new microphone system in the city council room and a wall-mounted television, which allows for computer interface within the room Wednesday at its monthly meeting.  In addition, Mayor Arlon Bennett was able to show off the city’s new website which should be ready for launching next month. The... »

High-speed chase ends in arrest

Thursday, July 22, 2010
By theleader

An Ogden man has been arraigned on two felony DUI charges and eight misdemeanor counts following a three-county high-speed chase that ended with his arrest.  Chris Macfarlane, 57, led officers from six different agencies over 50 miles before being stopped on 12th Street in Ogden. The chase began in Sardine Canyon at about mile... »

Tremonton Stake announces ward boundary changes

Wednesday, July 21, 2010
By theleader
Tremonton Stake announces ward boundary changes

For the second week in a row, members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Tremonton area received news of ward boundary changes. This week realignments affected the Tremonton Stake. Changes include a new bishopric in the Fairview Ward and realignments in the Tremonton 1st, 4th, 6th, 7th, 11th, Fairview... »

Fun-filled weekend set

Tuesday, July 20, 2010
By theleader

Dave Archer For the Leader Another 24th of July weekend in northern Box Elder County means another Tremonton City Days celebration full of fun for the entire family. Tremonton Parks and Recreation Director Marc Christensen said this year’s celebration will be just as good as in years past, and encourages all area residents to... »

Semi drives off I-15, into Bear River

Friday, July 16, 2010
By theleader
Semi drives off I-15, into Bear River

A semi truck that drifted off the Interstate ended up lodged in the Bear River Friday morning. According to the Utah Highway Patrol, a man driving a semi was heading south on I-15 at approximately 5:39 a.m. when he hit the river bottoms area near Honeyville. The driver drifted off the road and into... »

Hatch helps engineer bill that could save ATK and solid rocket motor industry

Thursday, July 15, 2010
By theleader
Hatch helps engineer bill that could save ATK and solid rocket motor industry

NASA Authorization Bill Clears Senate Commerce Committee WASHINGTON – Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, hailed the Senate Commerce Committee’s passage today of the NASA Authorization Bill as a possible “turning point” for the future of the nation’s manned space flight program and the solid rocket motor industry in Utah. Speaking at a press conference with... »

Brigham City man booked on conspiracy to commit murder charges

Wednesday, July 14, 2010
By theleader
Brigham City man booked on conspiracy to commit murder charges

Dave Archer Leader Assistant Editor Chris Burden, 20, of Brigham City, has been booked on two counts of conspiracy to commit aggrivated murder and two counts of criminal solicitation. He is currently being held at the Box Elder County Jail on $80,000 bail. According to Brigham City Police Lt. Dennis Vincent, Burden has been... »

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