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Traffic results in multiple accidents

Wednesday, April 6, 2011
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Traffic results in multiple accidents

Ellen Cook Leader Editor Local law enforcement and emergency crews were kept busy this weekend. Heavy southbound LDS Conference traffic on I-15, Friday, April 1, resulted in a minor crash between the port of entry and the Willard Bay exit about 5:15 p.m.  Before the damaged vehicles could be moved off to the Flying... »

Cheers for BRHS

Wednesday, April 6, 2011
By theleader
Cheers for BRHS

Leader Staff The Bear River High School cheerleaders recently returned from the 2011 NCA National Cheer Championship in Buena Park, Calif. After a flawless performance they ended up with a third place finish out of 42 teams that competed. A press release stated the girls have had many accomplishments and successes this year. At... »

Udys Capture Title

Wednesday, March 30, 2011
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Udys Capture Title

Greg Madson Leader Publisher Just think of what can happen in the blink of an eye or the snap of your fingers. Not a lot, to be honest. But for one local chariot racing team, in the blink of an eye, their family’s racing frustrations changed. M & M’s, owned by Michael and Mistee... »

Youth soccer at Garland’s parks?

Wednesday, March 30, 2011
By theleader
Youth soccer at Garland’s parks?

Peggy Bradfield Leader Staff Writer Garland City Council listened Wednesday to a proposal for the city to sponsor a soccer and T-ball program in which children from Fielding and Riverside, as well as Garland, can participate.  Because the discussion came too late for a spring program this year, the council asked that the group... »

Opening the Door to Opportunity

Wednesday, March 30, 2011
By theleader
Opening the Door to Opportunity

Locals receive regional and state awards Jessica Tanner Leader Staff Writer Ann and Byron Jensen of Tremonton, directors of Antanna’s Vocational Services, which provides opportunities for individuals with disabilities, along with many volunteers, spent the last two and a half years creating a program that opens doors of opportunity. The Jensens were recently honored... »

The Grocery Bill Blues

Wednesday, March 30, 2011
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The Grocery Bill Blues

Jessica Tanner Leader Staff Writer As the economy continues to stagnate doomsayers are predicting an increase in grocery prices, some say up to 50 percent. So far both the local stores, Kent’s Market and Ridley’s Family Market, have not seen a huge increase. In fact store managers, Layne Julander (Kent’s) and Curtis Clayburn (Ridley’s),... »

Udys Capture Elusive Chariot Racing Title

Monday, March 28, 2011
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Udys Capture Elusive Chariot Racing Title

Greg Madson, Leader Publisher Just think of what can happen in the blink of an eye or the snap of your fingers. Not a lot, to be honest. But for one local chariot racing team, in the blink of an eye, their family’s racing frustrations changed. M & M’s, owned by Michael and Mistee... »

P&G: Investing in the future

Wednesday, March 23, 2011
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P&G: Investing in the future

Courtesy Photo Ellen Cook Leader Editor The Procter and Gamble Box Elder plant on Iowa String Road was rolling out more than paper towels Wednesday, as crowds of state and local dignitaries gathered for its official grand opening. Robert McDonald, President and CEO of P&G, was making his first visit to the Box Elder... »

Cash deal reached with Ruby Pipeline

Wednesday, March 23, 2011
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Cash deal reached with Ruby Pipeline

Ellen Cook Leader Editor Ruby Pipeline has agreed to pay Box Elder County approximately $368,000 in repair money that will be used to return several county roads to their pre-pipeline condition. Joe Curry and Dave Smith of Ruby Pipeline met with county commissioners to work out some minor modifications in the Memorandum of Understanding... »

Library added to Senior Center role

Wednesday, March 23, 2011
By theleader
Library added to Senior Center role

Cari Doutre Leader Correspondent The seniors in the Bear River Valley will soon have more books at their disposal thanks to a motion made by the Tremonton City Council and some hard work by Senior Center Director Marion Layne. In an effort to increase grant money coming into the senior center, Layne has asked... »

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