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Pigs play part of history of Bothwell church

Thursday, November 25, 2010
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Pigs play part of history of Bothwell church

Heather Strong Bothwell Correspondent An old newspaper article was given me by Gary Christensen from February 16, 1949. The article related some fun history tidbits about funding of the Bothwell LDS ward chapel. For seven years, 287 community members raised hogs in their barns, garages, front yards and sheds to help raise $76,000 to... »

A Mother’s Heart

Wednesday, November 24, 2010
By theleader
A Mother’s Heart

Centro de la Familia gives thanks Ellen Cook Leader Editor Jewelle Merritt has three sons who have served in the military; one of them is currently stationed in Afghanistan.  She knows full well the high cost of freedom. To lessen the longing in her heart for her soldier sons, Merritt began to wonder how... »

Landfill: Increased safety, increased fees

Wednesday, November 24, 2010
By theleader
Landfill:  Increased safety, increased fees

Ellen Cook Leader Editor Box Elder County landfill will soon be more safety oriented. County commissioners gave their approval Tuesday to allow the construction of a public convenience center at the Little Mountain site that will allow the general public to dump their loads away from the areas being used by commercial haulers. Landfill... »

New councilman adds his vote

Thursday, November 18, 2010
By theleader
New councilman adds his vote

Ellen Cook Leader Editor With the February water bill, Honeyville residents will see an increase of $4 per month, or $22, as the new flat rate for water usage. The Honeyville City council voted unanimously to approve the increase at their last meeting following a public hearing that saw only one resident speak out... »

Facing the Unknown

Thursday, November 18, 2010
By theleader
Facing the Unknown

Ellen Cook Leader Editor At 19, Tyler Nielsen headed for Jamaica on a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He went from his everyday, comfortable life in Bothwell, to face a people and a culture very different from his own. In 2005, when his National Guard unit was deployed, he... »

Bring on the Tourists!

Thursday, November 18, 2010
By theleader
Bring on the Tourists!

Jetty road gets an upgrade Ellen Cook Leader Editor The Spiral Jetty, located on the north arm of the Great Salt Lake and toted as a “world-famous land art piece” by Box Elder County Tourism, draws visitors from all over who come to view its unique 1500-ft-long salt-encrusted rock coil.  But many of those... »

Guidelines set for Bear Center

Thursday, November 18, 2010
By theleader
Guidelines set for Bear Center

Sandra Neff Leader Staff Writer Although construction at Bear River High School continues, the “Bear Center,” as the physical education facility is called, has been in use for some time.  The school board is wrestling with the question of public accessability. While adhering to existing Policy 2160, Building and Grounds Rental and Supervision, Superintendent... »

County planner: A perfect fit

Wednesday, November 17, 2010
By theleader
County planner: A perfect fit

Ellen Cook Leader Editor Scott Lyons is still in the process of absorbing the full scope of his role as Box Elder County’s new planner, but so far, he said, the job seems like a perfect fit. Lyons, who hails from Salt Lake, was working part-time for Murray City and part-time with a non-profit... »

Garland Veterans Day Video Report

Wednesday, November 17, 2010
By theleader

Jessica Tanner covered the Garland Veterans Day Program last week. Here is her report. »

Special Video Report – In Honor of Veterans’ Day

Wednesday, November 10, 2010
By theleader

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