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It starts with a seed

Friday, July 18, 2014
By theleader
It starts with a seed

His business serves an important and necessary resource to the community and the science behind what Utah Seed does is a complex concept to understand. However, Orson Boyce is eager to share what he does and why it’s such an asset to the community. He’s a bit of a seed scientist, too. Boyce has... »

BRC Rodeo Royalty announced

Friday, July 18, 2014
By theleader
BRC Rodeo Royalty announced

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Board approves raise to teachers

Thursday, July 17, 2014
By theleader
Board approves raise to teachers

Superintendent Ronald D. Tolman was administered the oath of office at school board last week. The board also approved a tentative agreement with Box Elder Classified Employees Association that includes a one percent increase based on cost of living for experienced teachers. Those who don’t qualify for the increase will be offered a one-time... »

Tax sale half a success

Thursday, July 17, 2014
By theleader

Box Elder County was able to divest itself of about half of the property that came into its possession due to unpaid taxes, or 67 of the 137 plots on the 2013 list. Those were the numbers auditor Tom Kotter shared to county commissioners at their meeting last week as they ratified the outcome... »

Chournos named McKinley principal

Wednesday, July 16, 2014
By theleader
Chournos named McKinley principal

The sudden passing of McKinley Principal Steve Chadaz was a tragedy that rocked the community. People have rallied together, honoring the amazing life he led. In the wake of this tragedy, the Box Elder School District faced the difficult task of replacing him. The man chosen for the job is one of Chadaz’s longtime friends... »

Celebrate Utah’s Heritage

Wednesday, July 16, 2014
By theleader
Celebrate Utah’s Heritage

Pioneer Days and Tremonton City Days Bear River City: July 23-24, Wednesday: volleyball tourney 6 p.m., pie recipe contest 7 p.m., movie at dusk, “Goonies” and snack stand. Thursday: 5K fun run/walk 6:30 a.m., traditional bell ringing at school 7 a.m., breakfast 7-8:30 a.m., parade 9 a.m., 9:45 a.m., flag ceremony, races and other... »

Chip sealing, road improvements announced

Tuesday, July 15, 2014
By theleader

The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) advises motorists that work to apply a chip seal to Hwy. 38, between Brigham City and SR-30 in Collinston, will get underway Monday, July 21. Several road improvements will be made to SR-38, as well as other roadways in the Honeyville, Brigham City, Tremonton, Deweyville and Collinston areas... »

Motorcyclists injured in crash

Tuesday, July 15, 2014
By theleader
Motorcyclists injured in crash

Four motorcycists were injured Monday evening after they crashed into a delivery truck in South Willard. A report from Utah Highway Patrol said the motorcyclists were traveling in the southbound lane of SR-89 at 8700 S., about 6:30, and approached a slower-moving one-ton truck traveling the same direction in the outside lane.  Just as... »

Tabernacle marks 100 years

Tuesday, July 15, 2014
By theleader
Tabernacle marks 100 years

This year marks the 100th anniversary of one of the most historic and beautiful buildings in, not only Garland, but in the entire Bear River Valley. The Garland Tabernacle building for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has through the years undergone renovations and upgrades as well as housed thousands upon thousands... »

Bomb threats lead to arrest

Tuesday, July 15, 2014
By theleader
Bomb threats lead to arrest

          A Tremonton man has been arrested after he allegedly threatened to blow up the Tremonton police station and kill at least two of the department’s officers. The arrest of John Huggins, 47, followed nearly four months of investigation by local officers and the FBI, according to police chief David... »

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