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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... »

“Grease” livens up BRHS stage

Monday, April 26, 2010
By theleader
“Grease” livens up BRHS stage

The poodle skirts, ponytails, slicked hair with handy back-pocket combs and drive-in ready convertibles are back—at least on stage at Bear River High.  “Grease-The School Edition” opened last Friday and is set for three more nights. “This edited version of the original features all the beloved hits from ‘Grease,’” drama coach Bradley Skinner said,... »

Racing Leaders

Wednesday, April 21, 2010
By theleader
Racing Leaders

Courtesy Photo The Bear River Club represented the valley well at the World Chariot Racing Championships last month in Ogden.  The team of M&M’s, driven by Michael Udy, won the championship of the second division.  The team of Grand OK Boys, driven by Josh Theurer, won the championship of the sixth division.  The Udy... »

Saving Earth’s Assets- Teen’s passion benefits school, daycare

Monday, April 19, 2010
By theleader
Saving Earth’s Assets- Teen’s passion benefits school, daycare

Editor’s Note: This is the final of three articles highlighting what schools, individuals and our communities are doing to recycle in our valley and how they are making a difference. He’s 18 years old and he takes out the trash…. at home, at school and at a local daycare. He recycles not because he... »

Recycling mom says everyone can do this

Monday, April 12, 2010
By theleader
Recycling mom says everyone can do this

Old habits die hard. For Bonnie Sullivan, after living in Connecticut, Indiana and L.A. before landing in Tremonton last June, recycling is a routine she picked up that she just can’t shake. The wife and mother to five kids says she only fills up half a garbage can every week—and that’s with two kids... »

Defending the Defenders

Wednesday, April 7, 2010
By theleader
Defending the Defenders

BR City man returns from Afghanistan Peggy Bradfield Leader Staff Writer Americans are making a difference in Afghanistan, especially among the younger generation. If you want proof, just ask a Bear River City resident who just returned from a five-month deployment in Afghanistan, where he managed defense contracts for the military through the Defense... »

Defending the Defender – BR City man returns from Afghanistan

Monday, April 5, 2010
By theleader
Defending the Defender – BR City man returns from Afghanistan

Americans are making a difference in Afghanistan, especially among the younger generation. If you want proof, just ask a Bear River City resident who just returned from a five-month deployment in Afghanistan, where he managed defense contracts for the military through the Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA). Over the last five months, Vern Anderson... »

Titans of Science – Olympiad Team Strikes Gold and Silver

Monday, April 5, 2010
By theleader
Titans of Science – Olympiad Team Strikes Gold and Silver

Bear River High’s Science Olympiad Team earned two gold and two silver medals at the state competition at Weber State University March 27. The “Write It” and “Do It” teams won gold, and the “Trajectory” and “It’s About Time” teams took silver. The team members are (back l-r) Brian Cottle, Ben Wright, Justin Pace,... »

Chippin’ In – Garland PTA fundraiser bags field trip cash

Monday, April 5, 2010
By theleader
Chippin’ In – Garland PTA fundraiser bags field trip cash

Editor’s Note: This is the first article, in a series of three, highlighting what schools, individuals and our communities are doing to recycle in our valley and how they are making a difference. What have juice, cookies, or chips done for your schools, recently? Well, if your kids go to Garland Elementary, over the... »

History Sleuths

Wednesday, March 31, 2010
By theleader
History Sleuths

Sisters preserve Honeyville heritage Editor’s Note: This is the last story in our Honeyville town series.  If you are interested in any of our past articles, please drop by or call our office. Peggy Bradfield Leader Staff Writer Not many people move in to a home built over 140 years ago and fall in... »

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