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Teen admits to Mills fire

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A 17-year-old from California in Brigham City for a visit has admitted to accidentally starting the fire that destroyed Baron Woolen Mills on June 29. According to Mike Nelson with Brigham City Police, the teen made the confession to police…

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Changes coming to Riverside four-way

     Box Elder County Commissioner Stan Summers and Representatives Ronda Menlove and Lee Perry called a meeting with Utah Department of Transportation officials recently to discuss possible changes to the intersection of state road 30 and 13 at the…

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The Miracle of Friendship

Scotty and Wyatt

    A miracle is defined as an extraordinary event that manifests divine intervention. Best friends since the age of three, Scotty Harris and Wyatt Selman, both 18 and residents of Tremonton, know all about miracles. After all, they were…

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Golden Spike Rodeo Queens 2014

Jaydin Harper (center), Plymouth, was crowned the 2014 Golden Spike Rodeo Queen. She is the daughter of Angela Harper and the late Casey Harper. First attendant is Aubrie Nielson, daughter of Matt and Katie Nielson of Tremonton and second attendant…

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Valley Painters grace museum

You won’t want to miss the living art exhibit at Bear River Museum sponsored by the Bear River Valley Painters, one of Tremonton’s best-kept secrets. The exhibit features a variety of work from beginner to expert, done in all mediums.…

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Baron Woolen Mills Fire-Update

The state fire marshal has investigated the fire that started on Sunday night at the Baron Woolen Mills building in Brigham City, but the cause of the fire has yet to be determined. Check back for updates on estimated cost of…

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Bucking for Bucks-Pics

Bucking for Bucks returned to the Box Elder County Fairgrounds this past weekend. Spectators were kept entertained as tough cowboys took their chances on some of the best bulls in the western states. Cowboys, bulls and bullfighters all had the…

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