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Bear River wrestling vs. Malad – Video Report

Friday, January 23, 2015
By theleader

The Bear River wrestling team hosted Malad Wednesday night for a 62-12 win. This video is sponsored by Jim Thomas of Coldwell Banker. »

On the Hill

Friday, January 23, 2015
By theleader
On the Hill

Sandall takes office, House District 1 After years of dedicated service Ronda Menlove stepped down from her position, House District 1 in the Utah State Legislature, opening the door for newcomer Scott Sandall, who is eager to serve. When asked about his candidacy, he said, “I have always had the desire to serve in... »

Girls improve to 3-0 in region with big win over Grantsville (Photos!)

Thursday, January 22, 2015
By theleader
Girls improve to 3-0 in region with big win over Grantsville (Photos!)

For the second game in a row, the BR girls’ basketball defense clamped down and limited a team to single digit scoring for the half. The Bears blasted out to a 34-5 lead and kept the foot on the gas pedal as they rolled Grantsville 65-21. Jenny Bitner had another strong offensive game with... »

Calendar get board nod

Thursday, January 22, 2015
By theleader
Calendar get board nod

The Box Elder School Board approved the new calendar for the 2015-2016 school year and when with public preference. The district gave the public a chance to vote on five different options for a school calendar they felt would fit best for their family for the upcoming school year. The top choice gaining the... »

Park Plans

Thursday, January 22, 2015
By theleader
Park Plans

Elwood is in the very early stages of planning a new park for residents, but that planning brings big ideas and a big price tag. A committee formed to help develop the idea presented their plan to the Elwood Town Council Tuesday night. Among those ideas are expansive playground equipment that will cater to... »

Bears wallop Malad at home

Wednesday, January 21, 2015
By theleader
Bears wallop Malad at home

The Bear River wrestling team beat Malad 61-12, Wednesday night at home. Look for a full recap of the night’s event in next week’s Leader and a video report to be posted soon. The Bears’ junior varsity team also beat Ben Lomond’s varsity team for a Region 11 win. »

Girls improve to 2-0 in region

Wednesday, January 21, 2015
By theleader

Bear River girls’  basketball played quite possibly its worst half of the season, but came back and played quite possibly its best half of the season in route to a huge win over Stansbury on Tuesday night in Garland. Finding themselves down 23-12 at the half, the Bears clamped down on Stansbury and held... »

Sink hole halts BC travel

Wednesday, January 21, 2015
By theleader
Sink hole halts BC travel

A major water line break on Main Street in Brigham City at 990 S. caused a massive sink hole and stopped travel for most of Tuesday night. Mike Nelson with the Brigham City Police Department said a call about water bubbling up from the center of the street in front of the old Kmart... »

School Board has new faces

Wednesday, January 21, 2015
By theleader
School Board has new faces

Newly elected school board members Wade Hyde and Carrie Ann King Johnson and current board member Karen Cronin were sworn in during the last meeting. Cronin was re-elected for another term, but both Hyde and Johnson are new to the Board, replacing out going board members Heather Young and Jim Fuller. Johnson grew up... »

Audit shows revenue down

Wednesday, January 21, 2015
By theleader
Audit shows revenue down

Six months after the fiscal year ended, Garland was presented with their yearly audit report. Findings show revenue is down but, overall, Garland City is doing well and improving its financial position. The total net position of the city decreased by just over $95,000, totaling $3,877,923 for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2014.... »

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