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Jenkins named Club Woman of the Year

Beverly Jenkins owes just as much to the Tremonton Women’s Civic League as they owe her. For her, the club was a beacon of hope after a stroke left her feeling a little bit helpless. In return the friendships within…

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Love Everlasting

Glenn and Beverley Barfuss are the epitome of everlasting love. They have adored each other every day since Sept. 8, 1950, the day they were united as husband and wife. Sixty-five years later not much has changed. Both Glenn and…

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Friendship and Faith

Harroll and Juanita Stevens – 60 years Harroll and Juanita Stevens are not even sure when the love bug bit them. It seemed their marriage just bloomed from a very interesting friendship, but it is a friendship that has withstood…

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Corinne couple shares 75 years

How does one stay married for 75 years? Charles and Gloris Goff of Corinne both answered, “Just love each other”. “No one is any nicer than my husband,” said Gloris.  Charles offered this advice with a chuckle:  “Stay poor so…

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Beauty and Growth

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Through trial and error, the Casey and TeriLyn Porritt family of Bear River City, 6110 N. 4600 W., has been beautifying their yard for almost 20 years. They also use their skills to maintain the grounds at the city park…

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Final Graduation

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Blake Christensen has peered into every crack and crevice of Bear River High School in the past 20 years. He has buried pipes, installed sprinklers, replaced broken windows and repaired boilers. It has all been part of his job as…

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Evans eyeing retirement

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After 36 years, Joan Evans is saying goodbye to the banking industry and hello to retirement. Key Bank will hold an open house on her last day, Friday, May 30, for friends and customers to bid farewell. Evans, of Bothwell,…

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Hadfield to hang up robe

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Amy Macavinta Herald Journal staff writer He is the grandson of an English sheep rancher and once had dreams of being a star basketball player. Instead, Judge Ben Hadfield went to law school and established a longtime career as an…

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