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Emergency in Garland?

Wednesday, March 24, 2010
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Emergency in Garland?

Leader/Dave Archer Various emergency services personnel assisted several ‘injured’ students during Garland’s emergency drill last Saturday.  The drill simulated a school bus crash that seriously injured most on board. Dave Archer Leader Assistant Editor Emergency responders from various entities converged on Garland Saturday morning, looking to treat over 40 students who had been involved... »

Council rejects beer permit for restaurant

Wednesday, March 24, 2010
By theleader
Council rejects beer permit for restaurant

Cari Doutre Leader Correspondent For the second Tremonton City Council meeting in a row, a local restaurant requested an on premise beer permit, but this time around it was rejected. Four Hermanos, a Mexican food restaurant near Tremont Street, applied for the permit but was unable to make specific requirements. The restaurant was found... »

Garland Council waives school fencing issue

Wednesday, March 24, 2010
By theleader
Garland Council waives school fencing issue

Peggy Bradfield Leader Staff Writer The Garland City Council held a public meeting on the sidewalk variance for the new Garland Elementary School during its city council meeting last last Wednesday. Box Elder School District Facility Management Director Jim Christensen described the sidewalk issue. A few months ago, he said, the school district approached... »

Leader picks up several awards at yearly convention

Wednesday, March 24, 2010
By theleader
Leader picks up several awards at yearly convention

Leader Staff The annual Winter Convention for the Utah Press Association was recently completed and the Leader received seven awards during the Better Newspaper Contest. Competing in Group II against mid-sized newspapers in the state, the Leader received a first place award for Best General News Story. This was assistant editor Dave Archer’s story... »

BRHS artists receive top honors at exhibit

Wednesday, March 24, 2010
By theleader
BRHS artists receive top honors at exhibit

Mary Alice Hobbs Brigham City Museum-Gallery The Brigham City Museum-Gallery’s 2010 Juried Two-county High School Art Competition is no exception. Titles of some of the artworks submitted were “Balloon Graveyard,” “Gnarled Tree Teapot” “Marshmallows” and “Apple Splash.” Participating in the competition were students from Bear River, Box Elder, Logan, Mountain Crest and Sky View... »

Prom Stars Out – Juniors celebrate in style

Monday, March 22, 2010
By theleader
Prom Stars Out – Juniors celebrate in style

The stars were shining on the Bear River High auditorium stage Saturday night, with students adorned in their prom best. Belles of the ball linked arms with their handsome tux-clad dates and were introduced and paraded across the stage before limousines and compact cars swept them off to Logan to the Bullen Center to... »

Pulmonary Rehabilitation

Tuesday, March 16, 2010
By theleader
Pulmonary Rehabilitation

BRVH now offers pulmonary rehabilitation Dave Archer Leader Assistant Editor (Editor’s note:  This is the first in a series of stories highlighting some of the success and new programs available at the new Bear River Valley Hospital in recognition of their first anniversary.) When most people think of rehabilitation, images of working a muscle... »

Honeyville’s Got One Tough Bull Rider

Tuesday, March 16, 2010
By theleader
Honeyville’s Got One Tough Bull Rider

Brains and brawn will pay for college education Ellen Cook Leader Correspondent At just five and a half feet tall and a mere 140 pounds, 18-year old Tim Bingham doesn’t often stand out in a crowd – unless he is pitting his skill against a 1,500-pound bull.  Then this Honeyville teen is in a... »

Goin’ the dusty distance

Tuesday, March 16, 2010
By theleader
Goin’ the dusty distance

Despite breaks, surgeries, Eliasons keep racing Peggy Bradfield Leader Staff Writer It’s tough to be near the top of your game and face injury. Kooper Eliason knows the bite of being sidelined. The 14-year-old 7th grade class president at Bear River Middle School suffered his break in April, just three races into the season... »

Making a Difference – Inmates teach important literacy lesson

Monday, March 15, 2010
By theleader
Making a Difference – Inmates teach important literacy lesson

Peggy Bradfield Leader Staff Writer His father was a school guidance councilor, his mother was a 5th and 6th grade gifted and talented teacher. In addition, his sisters are a special education teacher and a school psychologist. So, obviously Ryan Dubois was never going to be a teacher. That changed after he worked as... »

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