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Three premiere Utah photographers embrace serendipity as well as predictability in the images on view in the Brigham City Museum’s exhibition “Roaming” May 2 through June 24. In their photos, Robert Hall, Barry Parsons and Michael Slade absorb such spectacles…


Food by the Pound

A multi-stake food drive was recently held at the Tremonton Stake Center to collect canned goods for the food pantry. During three hours of service, youth and leaders were able to collect 25,000 pounds of food and the Kiwanis Club…


Caring for those in Need

Nurses are vital to the existence of hospitals. Their natural instinct to care for and ability to love their patients makes them essential to proper health care. For Rhonda Merryweather, it’s more than just a job, it’s who she is.…


Head of Operations

           Terri Olsen didn’t always want to be a nurse. She had other, more maternal plans for her life in Snowville – she would be to be a homemaker and mother. But a traumatic experience almost two decades ago turned…


Fire Under Investigation

A suspicious fire that shut down 2800 N. in Corinne for a time on Saturday and threatened at least one home, is still being investigated. Corinne fire chief, Clint Norman, said his fire crews responded Saturday afternoon to a report…


Former Resident Earns Huntman Award

             Former resident and past teacher at McKinley Elementary School, Paula Vee Stokes Kerr, has been awarded the Huntsman Excellence in Education Award. The prestigious honor is given annually to 11 educators who have contributed to public schools and comes…