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Wind wreaks havoc on valley residents

Wednesday, April 28, 2010
By theleader
Wind wreaks havoc on valley residents

A number of Bear River Valley residents reported downed trees, collapsed barns and missing trampolines after a wind storm ripped through the valley Tuesday night.  For more, keep checking back on tremontonleader.com and see next week’s Leader. »

Garland City Council – Garland water project nears completion

Wednesday, April 28, 2010
By theleader
Garland City Council – Garland water project nears completion

The Garland water project is nearly complete and appears to be on budget. “The final bills aren’t sent in yet,” water project manager Bill Bishop said, “but all appearances are that we are going to be well within budget.” Bishop said he also believes there may actually be money left over to use on... »

Procter and Gamble opens distribution center

Wednesday, April 28, 2010
By theleader
Procter and Gamble opens distribution center

In what was hailed as “only the beginning” for a potentially bright future, Procter and Gamble officials joined local and state government officials to celebrate the opening of the company’s new distribution center in Bear River City Monday. Company executives from the Cincinnati, Ohio-based manufacturing giant came to the facility for a tour and... »

Web page sponsored for April 21, 2010

Tuesday, April 27, 2010
By theleader
Web page sponsored for April 21, 2010

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Beer license granted for Bear River Bowl

Friday, April 23, 2010
By theleader

Tremonton City Council members gave the green light to Bear River Bowl to start serving beer during their meeting Tuesday night. The bowling center and restaurant, in the midst of a major renovation, applied for the license recently.  Council members said granting beer licenses isn’t always the most popular decision in a mostly conservative... »

Board votes to close Bunderson – Video Report

Wednesday, April 21, 2010
By theleader

It was indeed a surprising twist at Wednesday night’s school board meeting. Box Elder School Board President Nancy Kennedy moved to rescind the motion made a couple of weeks ago to not close Bunderson Elementary in Brigham City. Then in another motion she moved to close the neighborhood school. This was stark contrast to... »

Marble Park suffers a string of robberies

Wednesday, April 21, 2010
By theleader
Marble Park suffers a string of robberies

Boyd and Cheryl Marble’s generosity in sharing their historic-based Marble Park in Bothwell with the community has been met with a bit of a slap in the face. A rash of burglaries at the park over the last couple of weeks have included two 6-foot wooden Native American statues, five mule deer heads, a... »

Giving It Their All

Wednesday, April 21, 2010
By theleader
Giving It Their All

Tawyna Anderson used all her energy on this long jump attempt. Unfortunately she scratched out on a jump that would have measured 16’ 3”. Leader Photos/Greg Madson Below: Senior Clay Scott uses all his body on this throw during the Bears’ home track meet last week in Garland. Scott threw the shot 38’ 7”.... »

Honeyville Teens Rescued from Mountain

Sunday, April 18, 2010
By theleader

Two teens’ spring vacation turned into near tragedy after they ended up spending most of Friday stranded on the mountain above Honeyville. Box Elder County Search and Rescue, as well as LifeFlight, was called in to recover the two 15-year-olds, both of Honeyville. The pair left for a hike up the mountain above what... »

Obama’s NASA plans don’t include Constellation

Friday, April 16, 2010
By theleader

Could mean large job losses at local employer ATK Dave Archer Leader Assistant Editor U.S. President Barack Obama talked at length about his plans for the future of NASA and the nation’s space program yesterday. Unfortunately for Utahns, however, those plans didn’t include the continuation of NASA’s Constellation program and Ares rocket. Obama said... »

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