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Dedicated to Success

Leader/Ellen Cook Bear River High School will be overflowing these evening, Wednesday, Oct. 12, with school official and community members as the newly remodeled school is officially dedicated.  Speakers for the evening include Principal Gary Allen, Lynn Capener of the…

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P&G: A Blueprint for Success

Ellen Cook Leader Editor Procter & Gamble is a growing international business, and its presence in Box Elder County has been a continual positive in an otherwise pessimistic economic environment.  Bringing the multi-billion dollar business to Utah was the result…

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Honeyville targeted in car burglaries

Three arrest in Idaho   Ellen Cook Leader Editor Three individuals, two males and one female, from  Salt Lake City are in an Idaho jail after being arrested Oct. 7, following a traffic stop in which officers found items related to a rash of…

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Meet Your Candidate

Jessica Tanner Leader Assistant Editor   Tremonton Three 4-year council seats open Diana Doutre (incumbent) Married with five children, 15 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Served on the Tremonton City Council for two years. She said, “I have a great love…

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Eagles soar at BRMS

Special to the Leader Four young men have completed Eagle Scout projects over the summer at Bear River Middle School. The young men are Joshua Eakle of Troop 144, the son of Richard and Tracy Eakle; Mason Hulce of Troop…

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A Good Foundation

Hospital group adds to community Ellen Cook Leader Editor Its name may not always be recognizable, but the Bear River Valley and its citizens have been the fortunate recipients of its good works for the past 30 years. The Bear…

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Food inspections now online

Leader Staff The Bear River Health Department is now able to provide food inspection findings online. While food inspections have always been public record they are now more accessible through the Bear River Health Department’s website. Twice a year the…

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Walking route questioned

Peggy Bradfield Leader Correspondent Garland Elementary School students’ safety was the big issue at the Garland City Council Wednesday. Shanna Sexton, a concerned parent, addressed the council regarding the current walking route, which she sees as not the best route.…

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