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Football Loses to Logan, 31-6

Friday, August 20, 2010
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Football Loses to Logan, 31-6

Here are some shots from the football game at Bear River Friday. Logan won 31-6. Casey Zundel Leader Sports Writer Logan High came to Bear Field last Friday night with revenge on their mind, and they got it with a score of 31-6. Dixie comes to town this Friday coming off of a high... »

Bell Art

Wednesday, August 18, 2010
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Bell Art

Leader/Peggy Bradfield Doug Adams shows his bell sculpture that greets people at the front door of his home. Popular motifs he uses are religious—a sun and tree of life. Local artist claims metal sculpting niche Deweyville’s Doug Adams’ name might ring a bell. If not, his art does. Adams retired from his full-time job... »

Soccer Drops Second Straight

Wednesday, August 18, 2010
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Soccer Drops Second Straight

Bear River’s girls’ soccer team dropped their second straight game of the young season, losing to Maple Mountain 5-0. Tuesday the Bears lost their season-opener to Box Elder 4-2. The Eagles scored twice in the first 10 minutes and rolled to the easy win. The Bears battle to the end, drawing three yellow cards... »

More Wheat and Beet Photos

Sunday, August 8, 2010
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More Wheat and Beet Photos

Garland City recognized former Mayor Dick Owen with its prestigious Wheelon Award for community service. Congrats to a great mayor on a job well done. Saturday night before the fireworks there was a ‘Fear Factor’ competition. It turned out that friends AJ Sanchez, right, and Taylor Skinner were the finalists. Not sure if there... »

Wheat and Beet Days photos

Saturday, August 7, 2010
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Here are some shots from Friday and Saturday’s Wheat and Beet Days festivities. More to come later. »

Life at Fife

Wednesday, June 30, 2010
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Life at Fife

Collinston day camp a cub scout draw Peggy Bradfield Leader Staff Writer It is 6 a.m. Over 140 eight to 10-year old boys across Northern Utah are gathering with their leaders in a local parking lot, piling into mini vans and traveling on highways and freeways to Fielding, Utah. Some troops from the Bear... »

Miss Utah – Thursday, June 17

Thursday, June 17, 2010
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Miss Utah – Thursday, June 17

Photos from Thursday’s Miss Utah competition, featuring local contestants Tawnie Bee, Shay Hatch and Tayler Williams. Tawnie Bee Shay Hatch Tayler Williams »

Theurer Awarded Huggins Scholarship

Monday, May 31, 2010
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Theurer Awarded Huggins Scholarship

Bear River High senior baseball player Josh Thuerer was recently awarded the annual Justin C. Huggins Memorial Scholarship at the team’s year-end banquet. The award is in memory of Huggins, a for Bear baseball star who died in the Utah State van crash in the fall of 2005. Theurer is the fifth Bear to... »

State Track Meet 2010

Monday, May 17, 2010
By theleader
State Track Meet 2010

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Last Spike Driven

Tuesday, May 11, 2010
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Last Spike Driven

Golden Spike celebrates 141st anniversary Dave Archer Leader Assistant Editor At 12:47 p.m. on Monday, May 10, 1869, a signal was transmitted across the nation, signifying the completion of the United States’ first transcontinental railroad and the reaching of a major milestone in the nation’s near 100-year history. On Monday, May 10, 141 years... »

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