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Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent The Promontory community welcomes Deputy Zieseniss as our new community representative from the Box Elder County Sheriff’s Office. He has been with the department for seven years but has only been on patrol duty for seven months. “If you…

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Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Laura Wheatley reports mostly staying home and “taking care of the homestead.” Everly and Georgia are still enjoying their kittens. The kitten who took the place of their laid-back kitten is a Siamese. It’s getting more…

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Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent The Double S Bar Ranch was busy last week. Aaron and April Richman came out on Monday and Friday to help Winnie Richman feed the cows at their winter pasture and out in the field. On…

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Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Boyd and Kris Udy welcomed Tyrell and Aaron Udy home for the weekend. Tyrell and Aaron are down from Billings where Tyrell works on a large horse ranch. He loves it. Boyd is trying to keep…

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Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Laura Wheatley says she and Everly and Georgia had the sniffles between Christmas and New Year’s Eve and had to limit their time away from home. In fact, Laura reports the family was in bed by…

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Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Cleo and Gary Petit report a wonderful Christmas day. They joined with many family member at Jim and Starr Mitchell’s home for a delicious dinner. All brought part of the meal. Cleo took a delicious bunch…

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Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Boyd Udy, with his brothers and sisters and all their families, met at the posse building in Tremonton for their Christmas party.  It was a potluck meal and Santa came for a visit, too. The Udy…

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Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Winnie Richman had an interesting and fulfilling visit to the “Angels for Christmas” donation/collection point at the USU-Brigham City campus. The “open area” (where people vote) was filling with toys and necessities for Christmas giving. The…

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Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent We have another letter from Orson and Jeannette Poulsen. Jeannette is working in the Old Nauvoo post office. She says historically Joseph Smith, Jr., got so much mail by COD that wasn’t paid for that he…

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Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent We have great news from Doris Larsen. Because the size of the family and obligations during the busy holiday season, the Flint family decided on a pre-holiday buffet hosted by Mona/Grandma Doris at the VFW Hall…

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