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Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Laura and Zane Wheatley put grass on their yard.  The family also took and evening drive down Promontory Road to look for deer. They saw some baby deer with spots and a doe with triplets. “We…

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Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Available online at www.tremontonleader.com Jim and Starr Mitchell got some raspberries and blackberries and made a couple batches of jam. Starr says they are still picking blackberry thorns out of their fingers. “I usually only make…

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Promontory Pointers

Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Available online at www.tremontonleader.com Laura Wheatley reports being “too hot!” She, Everly and Georgia have been going on hikes around their property and the shoulders of the road nearby to find animal footprints. “We mostly see…

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Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Available online at www.tremontonleader.com   A group of college students and their instructor come out to learn about Medushead Rye on Boyd Udy’s ranch. It was only a small spot, but it will still be sprayed.…

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Boyd Udy “just stayed home” last week. While he was home doing regular work around the ranch, he also rode some of his older horses to get them “broke” a little better. He actually wanted them to respond to his…

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Promontory Pointers 7-3-12

PROMONTORY POINTERS Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Kaye Draper, in spite of her recent trials, is in good spirits and hanging in there. She has transferred to a nursing and rehab facility in the Salt Lake area. She sends her love…

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Orson and Jeannette Poulsen, now Elder and Sister Poulsen, report a very busy schedule. They are in two shows, a zippy musical called “Rendevouz at Old Nauvoo,” and a variety show on an outdoor stage called “Sunset on the Mississippi.”…

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Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Available online at www.tremontonleader.com Kaye Draper is out of the hospital! She is staying temporarily with Carolyn and Bill Bolton in West Valley City. “I’ll be so glad to get back home,” she says. Jim and…

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Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Orson and Jeannette Poulsen report their mission experience is a little flat at first due to some sicknesses. But now they are enjoying themselves immensely. They report living in a “controlled whirlwind” with all their many…

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Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Boyd Udy reports working hard on the ranch to get rid of a very noxious weed called Medusa head rye. He sprayed it then burned it, then hoped it was gone. “It is worse than Dyer’s…

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