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New Student Body Officers

Wednesday, April 28, 2010
By theleader
New Student Body Officers

Students at Bear River High School recently voted Jacob Rees in as student body president for the school year of 2010-11. Joining him as officers include, front, left: Lacee Jensen, vice-president; Steven Christensen, 2nd vice-president; and Josie Payne, secretary. Leader/Greg Madson »

Titans of Science

Wednesday, April 28, 2010
By theleader
Titans of Science

Courtesy Photo Bear River High’s Science Olympiad Team earned two gold and two silver medals at the state competition at Weber State University March 27.  The “Write It” and “Do It” teams won gold, and the “Trajectory” and “It’s About Time” teams took silver.  The team members are (back l-r) Brian Cottle, Ben Wright,... »

Islamic Scholar Speaks At School Benefit

Wednesday, April 28, 2010
By theleader
Islamic Scholar Speaks At School Benefit

Leader/Peggy Bradfield Middle Eastern Expert Daniel Peterson receives a thank you from Heritage School’s administrator, Peter Jensen, after he spoke to a packed audience at the school’s 4th annual fundraiser, April 10.  Peterson, who is a BYU professor of Islamic Studies and Arabic, noted improved relations between Muslims and LDS in the Mid-East and... »

Cash Dance

Wednesday, April 28, 2010
By theleader
Cash Dance

Leader/Peggy Bradfield The Bear River High trumpet section plays some big band hits April 10 night for the jazz band’s annual dinner dance fundraiser at BRMS. Pictured are Kathryne Phillips, Kasie Ripplinger, Brady Stuart, Daniel Cottrell and Mitchell Harris. »

Board votes to close Bunderson – Video Report

Wednesday, April 21, 2010
By theleader

It was indeed a surprising twist at Wednesday night’s school board meeting. Box Elder School Board President Nancy Kennedy moved to rescind the motion made a couple of weeks ago to not close Bunderson Elementary in Brigham City. Then in another motion she moved to close the neighborhood school. This was stark contrast to... »

Former BR coach named Logan principal

Wednesday, April 21, 2010
By theleader
Former BR coach named Logan principal

Arie Kirk Logan Herald Journal Dan Cox was recently named the next principal of Logan High School with a unanimous vote from the Logan City School District Board of Education on Tuesday. Cox coached and taught at Bear River High in the early 1980s and brought the Bears to state prominence on the football... »

Saving Earth’s Assets

Wednesday, April 21, 2010
By theleader
Saving Earth’s Assets

Teen’s passion benefits school, daycare Editor’s Note: This is the final of three articles highlighting what schools, individuals and our communities are doing to recycle. Peggy Bradfield Leader Staff Writer He’s 18 years old and he takes out the trash…. at home, at school and at a local daycare. He recycles not because he... »

Schools Go Broadway

Wednesday, April 21, 2010
By theleader
Schools Go Broadway

Jasmin Esquivel played a servant who wondered what it would be like to be a princess in North Park Elementary’s presentation of “The Princess and the Pea.” These four characters ended up marrying their true loves during North Park’s presentation of “The Princess and the Pea” last week. Pictured are (l-r) Jasmin Esquivel, Kaden... »

School Closure Back On the Table?

Tuesday, April 13, 2010
By theleader

It may be true, Wednesday’s Box Elder’s school board meeting may feature another twist, with Bunderson School possibly back on the chopping block. The proposal to close the school was part of wide-sweeping budget cut needs. The closure issue may come up again in addition to other budget cuts. The meeting will be held... »

Sports Schedules for April 12-13

Monday, April 12, 2010
By theleader

Girls softball hosts Fremont today at 3:30;Tomorrow track is at the Cache Box Meet in Hyrum at 1 p.m.; Tennis is at Juan Diego; Baseball host Juan Diego at 3:30; and Soccer hosts Grantsville at 3:30. »

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