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Werner loves new hospital and BR lifestyle

Monday, March 15, 2010
By theleader
Werner loves new hospital and BR lifestyle

Dr. Matthew J. Werner is a new OBGYN at the Bear River Clinic. Peggy Bradfield Leader Staff Writer After spending a lifetime in the east, new Bear River Valley Hospital OBGYN thinks this area is a breath of fresh air. Dr. Matthew J. Werner was born in New Jersey, raised, schooled, and did his... »

Content in Honeyville

Monday, March 8, 2010
By theleader
Content in Honeyville

Voice Male singer’s family lovin’ rural life Peggy Bradfield Leader Staff Writer This fall will mark two anniversaries for John Huff. In October he will have been singing with the Utah-based a cappella group, Voice Male, for 15 years, and it will also be five years since he moved his family to Honeyville. When... »

Big Red Hearts – Cheerleaders donate to buy new mascot costume

Friday, February 26, 2010
By theleader
Big Red Hearts – Cheerleaders donate to buy new mascot costume

Peggy Bradfield Leader Staff Writer This year’s Bear River High cheerleaders have hearts the size of…. well, a bear. Move over Jazz Bear; thanks to the school’s cheerleaders, their teams now have an icon of which they can be proud. The bear mascot also has a name to go with it—Big Red. Big he... »

Local Hikers Schooled by Altitude and Weather

Wednesday, February 24, 2010
By theleader
Local Hikers Schooled by Altitude and Weather

Local Hikers Schooled by Altitude and Weather Peggy Bradfield Leader Staff Writer The winds of Aconcagua ultimately decide whether a mountain climber will summit. The highest mountain in the Americas as well as outside of Asia demands respect. For Bear River Valley residents Rob Rasmussen and Will Hornberger, the winds were about to speak.... »

Mountain High – Local hikers schooled by altitude and weather

Saturday, February 20, 2010
By theleader
Mountain High – Local hikers schooled by altitude and weather

Peggy Bradfield Leader Staff Writer The winds of Aconcagua ultimately decide whether a mountain climber will summit. The highest mountain in the Americas as well as outside of Asia demands respect. For Bear River Valley residents Rob Rasmussen and Will Hornberger the winds were about to speak as they made the decision to attempt... »

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