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Strictly Business – The sweet taste of success

Friday, November 23, 2012
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Strictly Business – The sweet taste of success

Ellen Cook Leader Editor Kyle Kanno had just turned 17 when his family took a trip to Texas.  The route home passed through Colorado and by a business called Honeyville. The name struck a cord, as the family resides in Box Elder County’s city with the same name. They purchased some of the company’s... »

Fiddler On The Roof

Wednesday, November 21, 2012
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Fiddler On The Roof Photos by the Leader/Joan Chadwick Performed by the Bear River High School. »

Jeff Rigby: Going to the Dogs

Wednesday, November 14, 2012
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Jeff Rigby: Going to the Dogs

Habit puts Riverside man in national spotlight Ellen Cook Leader Editor Dogs have been toted as man’s best friends.  Riverside resident Jeff Rigby will definitely agree with that adage.  In fact, dogs – specifically bird dogs – have taken over his life, and he loves it! Rigby, who grew up in Providence, said he... »

Tremonton Bjorn

Thursday, November 1, 2012
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Tremonton Bjorn

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... »

Shouldering Diabetes

Wednesday, October 24, 2012
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Shouldering Diabetes

Garland youngster deals with the disease Ellen Cook Leader Editor Nine-year-old Jhett Roche has a lot on his plate.  A busy third grader at Fielding Elementary School, he is also quarterback for his football team.  Away from the classroom and off the field, he works hard on the family ranch, rounding up cattle with... »

The Blonde and the Bashful

Wednesday, October 10, 2012
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The Blonde and the Bashful

All About the Bees 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... »

Flat out Fast

Thursday, September 27, 2012
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Flat out Fast

Local racer sets land speed record…again Ellen Cook Leader Editor Gary Spencer has a need for speed.  In fact, you might say – as he does – that it possesses him.  “I just have to be faster than the next guy, or girl,” said this Tremonton racer and son of Fanette Spencer of Garland.... »

Video Report – Temple Cultural Celebration

Monday, September 24, 2012
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Harleys & History – Stan’s the Man!

Wednesday, September 12, 2012
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Harleys & History – Stan’s the Man!

Ellen Cook Leader Editor Stan Ellsworth, sporting long hair and leathers, appears to be a rather unlikely patriot. Over 6 feet tall, pushing 300 pounds and straddling a Harley Davidson, he looks and sounds more like a bad-news biker than a loyal flag-waver. But, as is often the case, looks can be deceiving. This... »

To the Rescue

Wednesday, September 5, 2012
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Sheriff’s group volunteers time, talents Ellen Cook Leader Editor It’s three in the morning.  A frantic call comes in to the Dispatch Center from out-of-county travelers stranded in unfamiliar territory – the Newfoundland Mountains in western Box Elder County.  Their vehicle is stuck in thick alkaline mud and they need help.   Sheriff Lynn Yeates... »

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