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Entrepreneur of the Year

For as long as she can remember, shopping has been an important part of Torey’s life. By her early teens, she was a very skilled shopper, always looking for the perfect outfits at the perfect price, and ending up –…

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Four take the oath on Garland council

Four councilmembers took the oath of office Wednesday night and are ready to represent Garland City residents in whatever future awaits. Incumbents Angie Johnson, J.R. Thompson and Tom Perry were sworn in, along with newcomers Linda Bourne and Josh Marble.…

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Sheep Ranchers Alarmed

Sheep ranching have long been a vital part of Box Elder County and its predominance in Utah’s agriculture. But major changes proposed by the Department of Labor over the use of foreign labor could put a kink in that tradition…

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“Mikado” Entertains at Heritage

Yum-Yum (Morgan Richards) and Nanki-Poo (Jordan Tolman) get the eye from Ko-Ko (Rob Christensen) in the production of “The Mikado,” coming to Heritage Theatre in Perry. March6-28. Visit www.heritagetheatreUah.com for more information. Courtesy Photo

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Beefing up the balances

Cari Doutre Leader Staff Writer Garland City Mayor Scott Coleman is watching the city’s general and capital improvement funds and will make sure the balances in those accounts stay at a comfortable level to help protect the city from any…

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Cementing the Community

For 150 years, Deweyville has been a town that draws families. Over that past century and a half, some of those family names reflex newcomers to the area, while That’s why it only seems fitting that Deweyville Boy Scout, Easton…

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Garland Library a happening place

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   Garland City Library Director Danielle Rasmussen has taken the library into the future of technology as well as bringing the library to the attention of many statewide programs. Her teen program, which she started just a few years ago,…

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Higher pay for Garland mayor?

Members of the Garland City Council, still reeling from passing the new budget, discusses whether or not to give Garland City Mayor Scott Coleman a $500 to $1,000 a month salary for his work as mayor and city manager. Coleman…

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