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Gephart celebrates 10 more years of fatherhood

Tuesday, June 22, 2010
By theleader
Gephart celebrates 10 more years of fatherhood

(Editor’s Note: This is our Father’s Day feature story, highlighting a well-known Bear River Valley resident and civic leader.) Being a father to four grown children, grandfather of nine, and great-grandfather to two makes Harry Gephart’s buttons burst, but this year Father’s Day he has a real appreciation for his life as a father.... »

Norr ups training for July 31 Iron Man

Wednesday, June 16, 2010
By theleader
Norr ups training for July 31 Iron Man

Two years of triathlons have taught this athlete that it’s not about winning the race, but reaching a personal goal. Norr, a Harris Intermediate gym teacher, started running just to get into shape, but her exercise regimen has morphed into adding swimming and biking and now she is taking her training to the next... »

Stuart goes above and beyond

Wednesday, June 2, 2010
By theleader
Stuart goes above and beyond

Mindy Stuart instructs her first grade reading group last Friday. She poses here with her 2010 class last Thursday. A Heart For Kids When Mindy Stuart was a little girl she lined up her dolls or the neighbor kids and taught them “school” lessons. Now, her lesson plans are more complete. She lines up... »

Local girl finds friends, joy amid ailment

Monday, May 17, 2010
By theleader
Local girl finds friends, joy amid ailment

Many people who just see her for the first time may think she is a healthy, normal, robust little girl. Behind the sweet smile and intelligent mind, there is much more many people will not see. Ten hours a day she is fed through a gastric feeding tube. She has a weakened immune system,... »

Garland native retires from ‘temple’ work

Tuesday, May 11, 2010
By theleader
Garland native retires from ‘temple’ work

Matthew K. Jensen Logan Herald Journal It doesn’t take an army to plant the 7,000 flowers and tend the massive expanse of greenery at the Logan LDS Temple each year – it takes a lifetime of experience. And now, after 32 years of trimming, clipping and mowing, Garland native Gordon Bingham is retiring but... »

BR City – Quilting Binds Community, Generations

Monday, May 10, 2010
By theleader
BR City – Quilting Binds Community, Generations

Editor’s Note: This is the second story in our May series of articles featuring residents of Bear River City. Whether it’s an heirloom or a purchased quilt, handmade blankets radiate a warmth and stimulate comforting feelings. Quilts can be works of art that are never used or they can be practical and used every... »

BRV 88-year-old earns Y.W. award

Monday, May 10, 2010
By theleader
BRV 88-year-old earns Y.W. award

At 88 years old, she may not be considered young, but she did earn her Young Womanhood Award. Edith Bronson, who lives north of Plymouth, has worked as a music specialist in the Young Women program in the Belmont First Ward for the last eight years. Recently, the young ladies whom she serves challenged... »

BRHS livens up stage with “Grease”

Wednesday, April 28, 2010
By theleader
BRHS livens up stage with “Grease”

Nick Summers plays Danny Zuko in the family friendly school-version of Grease, which opens Friday night at 7 p.m. The opening night will be a Cancer Awareness Performance. Any patrons who have survived cancer, or who shave their head, will receive free admission. The musical will be running Friday, Saturday and Monday at 7... »

Dining in the country

Wednesday, April 28, 2010
By theleader
Dining in the country

JC’s employees (l-r) Cheri Smith, Maria Bonilla, Polo Morales, Silvia Muniz and Holly Peters pride themselves on offering service with a smile. JC’s celebrates 20 years in business Dave Archer Leader Assistant Editor For many restaurants, the idea is to get customers in and out as quick as possible. After all, the more mouths... »

A Good Name – Fronk reminds family, friends who they are

Monday, April 26, 2010
By theleader

A gift from an anonymous admirer nearly 30 years ago inspired a well-known Tremonton resident to pass on a similar gift to his own family. The original gift was a sign with his last name on it, a reminder of his good name. Gail Welling brought the gift to Jack Fronk, well-known Tremonton business... »

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