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Promontory Pointers 11-19-14

Saturday, November 22, 2014
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Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Orson Poulsen went black powder elk hunting for about 10 days with two friends. They hunted in an area called Elk Park on the north slope of the Uintah Mountains. Although Orson saw a cow elk and had a good aim on her, his gun miss-fired and he didn’t get... »

Promontory Pointers 11-12-14

Saturday, November 15, 2014
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Promontory Pointers 11-12-14

Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Jim and Starr Mitchell were pleasantly surprised by a visit from Ron Porter from Brigham City. He reported stopping by the land where he used to live and just remembering his time at Promontory. The land he lived on has been totally cleared of all signs of his burned out... »

Promontory Pointers 11-5-14

Saturday, November 8, 2014
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Promontory Pointers 11-5-14

Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Jim and Starr Mitchell had lots of company come to visit them. Their good friends, Frank and Lisa, were out for three days. All pitched in to do a lot of cooking. Then Jim’s cousin Ross from Kearns brought two big boxes of Concord grapes. He stayed for a couple... »

Promontory Pointers 10-29-14

Saturday, November 1, 2014
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Promontory Pointers 10-29-14

Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Orson and Jeannette Poulsen visited the Thatcher community garden and dug some potatoes for Clynn and Winnie Richman. They also provided some delicious ripe tomatoes for the Richmans. Orson and Jeannette attended a Bishop’s Storehouse dinner for workers there. One of the members in attendance wrote a lovely poem and... »

Promontory Pointers 10-22-14

Monday, October 27, 2014
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Promontory Pointers 10-22-14

Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Orson and Jeannette Poulsen had a friend stop by to offer them a “few” vegetables from his garden. Orson says he is glad the friend didn’t offer them a lot, because “the few” seemed to be a whole garden full! There were squash of several different varieties and pumpkins. Jeannette... »

Promontory Pointers 10-15-14

Sunday, October 19, 2014
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Promontory Pointers 10-15-14

Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Everly Wheatley turned five on Oct. 1. Her daddy, Zane, called her from work to wish her happy birthday over the telephone and Grandma and Grandpa Wheatley gave her a nice present. Laura’s side of the family celebrates birthdays quarterly. Anyone having a birthday, adult or children, during the current... »

Promontory Pointers 10-1-14

Sunday, October 5, 2014
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Promontory Pointers 10-1-14

Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent   Orson Poulsen considers the following a “quiet week.” For the first time the Poulsen garden has yielded some cantaloupe, which he harvested. Orson also put another coat of paint on his house and trim. Then he finished the family chicken coop for a half dozen chickens and one female... »

Promontory Pointers 9-24-14

Sunday, September 28, 2014
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Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Zane, Laura, Everly and Georgia Wheatley went with Laura’s mother, Susan Hendricks, to the Ogden Temple open house. Although the line was long, it moved quickly enough that the children didn’t get bored. Everly and Georgia had learned in their Primary classes about an “Uncle” Moroni who stood on the... »

Promontory Pointers 9-10-14

Sunday, September 14, 2014
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Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Orson and Jeannette Poulsen and granddaughter, Arianna, spent four days at the Fort Bridger rendezvous in Fort Bridger, Wyo., over Labor Day weekend. It was Arianna’s first overnight rendezvous. While the Poulsen family was there, they visited with some friends who are mountain men, when they met in Nauvoo. These... »

Promontory Pointers 8-27-14

Sunday, August 31, 2014
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Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent   At this time Winnie Richman would like to pay tribute to the now 75-year-old Little League baseball program. World wide, there are two million kids enrolled and one million volunteers. Even the umpires, who are allowed only one game at the World Series, are volunteers. The organization was started... »

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