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A Love of Reading

There are many throughout the valley who donate countless hours to service and making our community a better place to live. April is the time to recognize those generous people. April 12-18, is National Volunteer Week and this series highlights…

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Baseball vs Stansbury-Pics

This week is filled with two critical games for the Bear River baseball team, games that could determine the Region 11 champions. The Bears faced up against Stansbury yesterday. The Stallions came ready to play as they  held the Bears…

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Utah’s Own

For the second time in as many years, Utah’s Own was in Box Elder County to show local entrepreneurs and would-be business owners what they can and should be doing to put their products into the public eye. Key players…

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The Greatest Run Ever

Avid runner Janese Mickelson competed in the 119th Boston Marathon, finishing in 3 hours, 52 minutes and 40 seconds. Although she battled injuries during her training in 2014 she managed to tally up 755 miles, which is like running from…

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A League of their Own

Every March the Alice C. Harris Intermediate School takes Honors History students to the Region History Fair at Utah State University. This year, 14 students and their seven projects advanced to the state competition where one group finished second—earning a…

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Numbers in on Sewer Plant

More information has arrived regarding the development of a new wastewater treatment facility in Garland, leaving the city council to decide what their next move should be. During Wednesday night’s meetings, Tyson Knudsen, senior engineer with Cascade Earth Sciences, and…

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Murder Suspect in Court

Spencer Rumel Gerlach, 20, Perry, made his first appearance in Brigham City’s First District Court Monday morning on one first degree felony charge of murder and one third degree felony charge of commission of domestic violence in the presence of…

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