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Memorial Day Program 5-29-13

Wednesday, May 29, 2013
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Memorial Day Program 5-29-13

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Generations in the Saddle

Thursday, May 9, 2013
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Generations in the Saddle

Ellen Cook Leader Editor Cowboy – What does the word conjure up?  Is it fancy boots, a perfectly shaped hat, a well-broke horse?  Or is it more?   This series is dedicated to some of the men and women of the Bear River Valley who have embraced the cowboy culture and made it their way... »

They said it wouldn’t last – BR Bio

Friday, March 15, 2013
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They said it wouldn’t last – BR Bio

Ellen Cook Leader Editor Editor’s note:  Everyone has a story to tell.  The Leader wants to tell those stories through this monthly feature titled “Bios of Bear River.”  Each month we will feature a Valley resident chosen randomly from our subscribers’ list.  We hope you enjoy reading about your friends and neighbors – and... »

Bingham bowman host archery event

Saturday, March 9, 2013
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Bingham bowman host archery event

Leader Staff Brigham Bowmen’s second annual Golden Spike 3-D Archery Shoot was held Feb. 23-24, the Box  Elder County Fairgrounds in Tremonton. Even the snowstorm that struck the area on Saturday could not deter archers from converging on the 3-D range set up in the indoor area.  Event organizers were able to declare it... »

Dr. Seuss Day

Friday, March 8, 2013
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Dr. Seuss Day

Leader Photos/Jessica Tanner The Tremonton Library held a Dr. Seuss party in honor of his birthday. Children attended the event to read, listen to stories, participated in a tongue twister and created a lot of fun crafts. Friend of the Library Board Member Kristi Kent read to the children. Susan Hendricks reads to her... »

Harvesting New Ventures

Sunday, March 3, 2013
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Harvesting New Ventures

Cari Doutre Leader Staff Writer It started out as a single grain, so to speak, and has grown into a business that covers several states, employs about 300 people and it all started in Honeyville. The name and brand Honeyville Grain has a different meaning for many people. Some recognize it for their brand... »

The Boondoggle Brigade

Friday, February 22, 2013
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The Boondoggle Brigade

Lydia Bullard can’t wait to board the school bus each morning.  The second grader from Honeyville is eager to arrive at Century Elementary in Bear River City and greet her friends.  But she is even more excited to head to the school’s gym before the bell rings to start class. The draw is boondoggles. ... »

Content in Collinston – BR BIO

Thursday, February 14, 2013
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Content in Collinston – BR BIO

Couple enjoys their quiet, country life   Ellen Cook Leader Editor               Editor’s note:  Everyone has a story to tell.  The Leader wants to tell those stories through this monthly feature titled “Bios of Bear River.”  Each month we will feature a Valley resident chosen randomly from our subscribers’ list.  We hope you... »

Sweethearts

Wednesday, February 13, 2013
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Sweethearts

Love at first sight Jay and Cleo Macfarlane Jessica Tanner Leader Assistant Editor It was love at first sight for Jay and Cleo Macfarlane of Riverside, who will celebrate their 70th wedding anniversary this May. The years have been filled with many wonderful experiences, working and raising children in Riverside. The couple met when... »

Tueller totes torch in Korea

Saturday, February 9, 2013
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Tueller totes torch in Korea

UHP officer part of Special Olympics ceremony Jessica Tanner Leader Assistant Editor Mike Tueller of Tremonton was selected to represent Utah Highway Patrol and Utah Law Enforcement in the final leg of the 2013 Special Olympics World Winter Games Torch Run in South Korea and into the opening ceremonies held in PyeongChang. Tueller left... »

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