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Bandstand opens with band of locals

Tuesday, August 19, 2014
By theleader
Bandstand opens with band of locals

Fair welcomes American Fret The Box Elder County Fair is underway with something for everyone including a wide variety of music that’ll have you tapping your boots and singing aloud. This year at the bandstand, American Fret will perform after the parade on Wednesday, Aug. 20, from 6-8 p.m. American Fret is making their... »

One dead, six injured in I-84 rollover

Tuesday, August 19, 2014
By theleader
One dead, six injured in I-84 rollover

A California man is dead and two other passengers in a van suffered critical injuries following a rollover accident on I-84 Monday evening. Lt Lee Perry of the Utah Highway Patrol said 54-year-old Albert M. Arzaga of Chulla Vista, Calif., was a back seat passenger in a silver 2013 Chrysler Town and Country mini van traveling west, just past Snowville... »

And So It Begins

Monday, August 18, 2014
By theleader
And So It Begins

Fair Week is officially underway.  Communities have put up their “Pride” booths and the judges have selected the top three, to be announced Wednesday.  Which one is your favorite? »

BR soccer vs Box Elder-Pics

Friday, August 15, 2014
By theleader
BR soccer vs Box Elder-Pics

The Bear River girls’ soccer team hosted county rivals the Box Elder Bees in their season opener. The Bears battled but lost 3-0. Check out next week’s paper for a full report. »

P&G now a protected industrial site

Friday, August 15, 2014
By theleader
P&G now a protected industrial site

            As a means to ensure its uninterrupted operation in Box Elder County, Procter & Gamble recently petitioned county officials to declare their property as an Industrial Protection Area. That request was approved by commissioners during a recent meeting, following a public hearing, with no public comment. Deputy county... »

Brain Fuse at Library

Thursday, August 14, 2014
By theleader
Brain Fuse at Library

Representatives from the Tremonton Library reported to the Tremonton City Council last week, informing them on the new Brain Fuse Program. Librarian Kim Griffiths and Debbie Carter reported on Brain Fuse, an online e-learning, job coaching program funded through an LSTA (Library Service sand Technology Act) grant. The grant awarded the library with $10,500... »

Council, mayor differ on “kickball” talk

Thursday, August 14, 2014
By theleader
Council, mayor differ on “kickball” talk

High tension and hot tempers put an end to a Wheat and Beet tradition. On Friday, Aug. 1, a traditional kickball game between members of the Garland City Fire Department and the newly crowned Miss Bear River Valley 2014 royalty ended with harsh words and shoving. Garland City Mayor Scott Coleman called a special... »

Faulty tire leads to fatality

Wednesday, August 13, 2014
By theleader
Faulty tire leads to fatality

A rollover Wednesday morning on I-15 near the Riverside exit ended tragically for a 58-year-old Ogden woman. Information from the Utah Highway Patrol said Maria Morfin Arreola was traveling northbound near milepost 384 about 8:30, in a 1999 green Ford Explorer registered out of Idaho, when the rear passenger side tire separated.  The tire failure caused... »

Surplus fire trucks available

Wednesday, August 13, 2014
By theleader
Surplus fire trucks available

  In the market for a shiny, red fire-fighting brush truck – low miles, reasonably priced? If so, Box Elder County has just the deal for you! In fact, the county has nine brush trucks up for bid posted on their website at http://www.publicsurplus.com/sms/boxeldercounty.ut/list/current?orgid=14771 But hurry, this auction ends Aug. 14. Fire marshal Corey... »

Police investigate break-in

Wednesday, August 13, 2014
By theleader

Tremonton Police reported to a residential break-in at Archibald Estates last week where burglars took nearly $2,000 worth of possessions. According to Sgt. Kevin Allred, burglars broke into the home while the family was out of town by breaking a window. They took electronics including a TV, laptops, DVDs, Wii games and jewelry. The... »

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