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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... »

BR Tennis vs Box Elder-Pics

Tuesday, August 12, 2014
By theleader
BR Tennis vs Box Elder-Pics

The Bear River girls’ tennis defeated Box Elder 5-0 today. Check next week’s paper for a full report on the matches. First Singles: Sydney Nichols won 3-6, 6-1, 6-3 Second Singles: Shantel Wakley won 6-1, 6-4 Third Singles: Sage Nielson won 6-4, 6-3 First Doubles: Lindsay Huber and Rachel Shaw won 7-5, 6-1 Second... »

Anything Goes – Summertime Pack Party

Tuesday, August 12, 2014
By theleader
Anything Goes – Summertime Pack Party

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Canal Cowboy

Tuesday, August 12, 2014
By theleader
Canal Cowboy

The Box Elder County Sheriff’s Department, assisted by Garland Fire, responded to 13000 N. 4400 W., East Garland Road to rescue a horse and six cows that had fallen in the canal last Wednesday afternoon. One of the rescuers said the animals belonged to Slash M Ranch and were discovered just before 5 p.m. Family... »

Bullriding’s Best

Thursday, August 7, 2014
By theleader
Bullriding’s Best

Briggs Madsen recently proved how talented a bullrider he is by claiming the steer riding title at the Calgary Stampede in Canada, one of the largest professional rodeos in the world. This is the second time Briggs, who is only 14, has won the prestigious title. He also won the Junior High National Finals... »

Cleaning up Tremonton’s weeds

Thursday, August 7, 2014
By theleader
Cleaning up Tremonton’s weeds

Finding a lot filled with weeds or even an unkempt yard in Tremonton is not too hard, but that may be a thing of the past. City officials are stepping up their game when it comes to enforcing city codes, including the weed problem. “We want to try to beautify the town a little... »

Wheat and Beet-Video Report

Wednesday, August 6, 2014
By theleader

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Reflecting on a musical tradition

Wednesday, August 6, 2014
By theleader
Reflecting on a musical tradition

In 1974, shortly after Beth Lefgren moved to Tremonton from Ogden, a neighbor, Marcia LaBarge, approached her about starting a women chorus. Beth had been a vocal major at Weber State University and student director of choirs. She also sang with a semi-professional vocal group, “The Mystiques,” that performed for many organizations and highly-placed... »

USU-BC Construction on horizon

Wednesday, August 6, 2014
By theleader
USU-BC Construction on horizon

Brigham City and Utah State University have announced construction activity for USU-Brigham City campus’ new building at 989 S. Main, will begin this fall. The site previously housed the former Kmart building and construction has been on hold while Brigham City applied for lower cost financing for the bond it will issue for half... »

Rollover leads to chain of crashes

Tuesday, August 5, 2014
By theleader
Rollover leads to chain of crashes

I-15 near the Honeyville overpass saw a number of minor crashes Monday afternoon following a rollover that slowed traffic. Lt. Lee Perry with Utah Highway Patrol said the initial crash involved a southbound truck that was just south of the overpass at milepost 372 about 2:30 p.m., when the driver’s rear tire separated, causing the driver to swerve.  The... »

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