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Video Report – Thursday night Golden Spike Rodeo Highlights

Sunday, August 24, 2014
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Small slide hits Sardine Canyon Road

Saturday, August 23, 2014
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Small slide hits Sardine Canyon Road

Courtesy UHP   At approximately 9 p.m. on Friday Aug 22, 2104, three large boulders and several smaller rocks rolled off the mountainside from the southbound or westbound side onto Sr-89/91 near mile post 5, between Mantua and Brigham. These rocks came down from the north side of the canyon and landed on both north... »

Bears Fall to Logan in football opener (Photos File)

Friday, August 22, 2014
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Bears Fall to Logan in football opener (Photos File)

  After jumping ahead of the Logan Grizzlies by a 13-0 score, the Bears fell flat in the final three quarters and lost their season opener to the Grizzlies 42-16.   The Bears had to replace several key starters from their playoff team of last year. Despite that, they jumped out early on two... »

Photo files – Thursday night Golden Spike Rodeo

Friday, August 22, 2014
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Photo files – Thursday night Golden Spike Rodeo

Here are some images from the Thursday night Golden Spike Rodeo in Tremonton, Utah  (Leader/Greg Madson)   »

McKinley Elementary celebration for Principal Steve Chadaz

Monday, July 14, 2014
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McKinley Elementary celebration for Principal Steve Chadaz

Students, teachers and friends of Steve Chadaz, join together at McKinley Elementary to bid a final farewell to a beloved principal.   »

McKinley Principal Steve Chadaz fights for his life

Thursday, July 3, 2014
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A beloved principal at McKinley Elementary School is clinging to life in Ogden after a sudden medical condition. Steve Chadaz suffered a ruptured aorta early Tuesday morning. He began experiencing chest pains after doing some light chores around his Tremonton home, according to a family member. “It is not hereditary. It was a 1 in... »

Booked for Art

Tuesday, June 24, 2014
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Booked for Art

The Tremonton Library recently hosted an Art Festival to raise money for children book bins. A wide variety of art, from local artists, was displayed. Youth also had the chance to get their creative juices flowing by participating in the sidewalk chalk contest and taking part in a number of fun activities.     »

Maynard name to 1st District judge position

Monday, June 9, 2014
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Maynard name to 1st District judge position

Logan Herald Journal report Gov. Gary Herbert has appointed Tremonton’s Brandon Maynard to serve as 1st District Court judge, replacing Judge Ben Hadfield, who is retiring in August. Maynard will be working in Box Elder County’s 1st District Court in Brigham City. He has served as the chief criminal deputy county attorney in Box... »

Weekend marred with off-road mishaps

Wednesday, May 28, 2014
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The Box Elder County Sheriff’s Department had a busy weekend dealing with off-road accidents and alcohol offenses. On Friday, May 23, about 6 p.m., a 48-year-old male from Clinton was thrown from his motorcycle while riding on the Newfoundlands. The victim broke his arm in several places, and had to be flown out of... »

BE School District shuffles the deck

Monday, April 21, 2014
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Box Elder School District will propose the change in leadership to several schools in the district at their meeting Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at the Call Education Center in Brigham City. Here are those proposed changes: Box Elder Middle School  Principal – Keith Mecham, assistant principal, Box Elder High School Discovery Elementary School  Principal... »

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