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Commissioners split on tax rate vote

Wednesday, August 18, 2010
By dwelsh
Commissioners split on tax rate vote

Ellen Cook, Editor Box Elder County commissioners turned down over $180,000 in redemption money on Tuesday as they voted 2-1 to adopt the proposed 2010 Certified Tax Rate at .002119, a decrease of 3 percent from the 2009 rate. The state of Utah, through House Bill 23 passed in 2009, now requires a taxing... »

Thurgood, Hall called to be stake presidents

Wednesday, August 18, 2010
By theleader
Thurgood, Hall called to be stake presidents

Greg Madson, Leader Publisher Elder Ronald A. Rasband, Senior President of the Presidency of the Seventy, presided over the official creation of the new Tremonton, Utah West Stake during a special LDS stake conference Sunday in Tremonton. Presented as President of the newly created West Stake was Chris W. Thurgood. First counselor is James... »

Soccer Drops Second Straight

Wednesday, August 18, 2010
By theleader
Soccer Drops Second Straight

Bear River’s girls’ soccer team dropped their second straight game of the young season, losing to Maple Mountain 5-0. Tuesday the Bears lost their season-opener to Box Elder 4-2. The Eagles scored twice in the first 10 minutes and rolled to the easy win. The Bears battle to the end, drawing three yellow cards... »

Barn, contents destroyed in fire

Wednesday, August 18, 2010
By theleader
Barn, contents destroyed in fire

An early morning fire Saturday at the David Tea residence just north of Brigham City destroyed a large barn and all its contents. The cause is still under investigation. Although the owner was out of town at the time, family members inside the home reported the fire about 3:30 a.m., after hearing crackling noises... »

County roadwork announced

Friday, August 13, 2010
By theleader

Deweyville Aug 16: The Region One Paving Crew will be laying asphalt on the SR-38 from milepost 13 to MP 14.  Lanes will be closed in the vicinity and direction of the work being completed, with flaggers on hand to control traffic Honeyville Aug 17-18: The Region One Paving Crew will be laying asphalt on the SR-38 from milepost 10 to MP 7.  Lanes will... »

Quilt Show Winners Named

Wednesday, August 11, 2010
By theleader
Quilt Show Winners Named

Laurel Lamborn (pictured) and her sister Jennifer Sorenson created this quilt, which got the nod from those visiting the quilt show during Wheat and Beet Days and earned them first place. Second place went to Elaine Jensen while Betty Misrasi garnered third. The show featured 25 large quilts and 10 smaller wall hangings. Peggy... »

Corinne man falls under train

Wednesday, August 11, 2010
By theleader
Corinne man falls under train

A Corinne man trying to catch a passing train, apparently fell under its wheels early Tuesday morning and was run over. Jeremiah Bosley, 31, was walking with a friend on SR 13 near 4020 West at about 1 a.m., according to a press release from the Box Elder County Sheriff’s Office, when he attempted... »

Road closures to be in affect during fair time

Wednesday, August 11, 2010
By theleader
Road closures to be in affect during fair time

Cari Doutre Leader Correspondent Safety is the number one concern for members of the Box Elder County Fair Board as well as the Tremonton City Council. During the 2010 Box Elder County Fair (August 24-28) 1000 W. from 350 N. to 500 N. will be closed and blocked off to motorists. Vehicles will be... »

EPA may impose new standards for Tremonton City

Wednesday, August 11, 2010
By theleader
EPA may impose new standards for Tremonton City

Cari Doutre, Leader Correspondent A new group of standards for wastewater treatment plants could mean higher costs for residents of Tremonton City. On Tuesday night members of the Tremonton City Council heard from Paul Krauth from the Utah Division of Water Quality. Krauth announced that the state might have to hike up their standards... »

More Wheat and Beet Photos

Sunday, August 8, 2010
By theleader
More Wheat and Beet Photos

Garland City recognized former Mayor Dick Owen with its prestigious Wheelon Award for community service. Congrats to a great mayor on a job well done. Saturday night before the fireworks there was a ‘Fear Factor’ competition. It turned out that friends AJ Sanchez, right, and Taylor Skinner were the finalists. Not sure if there... »

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