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Tremonton sets election

Early voting begins Oct. 25   Leader Staff Early voting for the Tremonton City Municipal Election will begin Tuesday, Oct. 25, and run through Friday, Oct. 28, and from Monday, Oct. 31, through Friday, Nov. 4, at the office of…

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Tremonton Plans for Future

Adopts Trails Master Plan   Special to the Leader   After a year of planning efforts, Tremonton City has completed the 2011 Trails, Parks and Open Spaces Master Plan, approved Oct. 4.  The plan offers the city a long-range plan…

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Farm Truck Rolls

Leader/Ellen Cook The driver of this farm truck, Alan Johnson, 59, was hauling silage at the Gardner Dairy in Honeyville Saturday evening about 6:30 p.m., when the rear tires of the truck slid off a narrow private road.  The truck…

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Redistricting affects Box Elder

Leader/Jessica Tanner Ronda Menlove, Utah House of Representatives District one, recently attended a Kiwanis Club meeting to discuss the redistricting issue with individuals in attendance. Box Elder is now grouped with Weber County rather than Tooele County due to growth.…

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Dream Builders

Habitat remodels first Tremonton home     Ellen Cook Leader Editor   Home ownership is a dream for many families and Habitat for Humanity Northern Utah is making that dream come true for one family in Tremonton. More than two…

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Bar J Wranglers

Leader/Jessica Tanner Bear River Valley Museum and Bear River Youth recently held a benefit concert at Bear River High School auditorium last week featuring the Bar J Wranglers. Many were in attendance to enjoy the songs, poetry and a comedy…

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Local author publishes first book

Courtesy Photo Heather Frost, a native of Garland, recently wrote her first book, “Seers,” which will be available on Saturday, Oct. 8.  Jessica Tanner Leader Assistant Editor Heather Frost, 21, the daughter of Melvyn and Marlene Frost of Garland, is…

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The Faces of Violence

Stalking, a growing crime  Ellen Cook Leader Editor              This is the first in a three-part series about violence, its victims and their cry for help.  Information is from the 24th Annual Crime Victim’s Conference held recently at New Hope…

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Tradition to Nightmare

 Leader/Chelsey Wakley Robert Olsen and ten-year-old son Tanner smile for the camera, happy to be home after a traumatic event occurring during a family tradition. Chelsey Wakley Leader Intern   Robert Olsen and his family have been driving to Reno,…

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Main Street Museum

Board purchases storefront property  Cari Doutre Leader Correspondent Last week the Bear River Valley Museum board made a big purchase with big changes to come. Tamara Zollinger, Vice-President of the Museum Board, stated the museum will not be located where…

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