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Video Report – ATK Ares Test Firing

Wednesday, September 1, 2010
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Talbott to offer stress management seminar

Wednesday, September 1, 2010
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Talbott to offer stress management seminar

Leader Staff If there’s anyone qualified to talk about how to live a healthy life, it’s Dr. Shawn Talbott. After all, Talbott is a world-renown researcher who has authored over 200 articles and multiple books focused on subjects like weight loss, human performance and what he calls “vigor,” which is a mood state that... »

Tiny town of Yost wins big

Wednesday, September 1, 2010
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Tiny town of Yost wins big

Ellen Cook Leader Editor Yost is a small community in western Box Elder County, just miles from the Idaho border. The town once thrived with activity, boasting a school, a post office and a church. About 1984, as the population declined, the town was dis-incorporated. Now the post office is gone, the LDS ward... »

Garland loses popular teacher

Wednesday, September 1, 2010
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Garland loses popular teacher

Greg Madson Leader Publisher Garland Elementary began school with a cloud overhead after the announcement of longtime teacher Kathy Jenson’s passing last week of cardiac arrhythmia. Jenson, 61 of Fielding, taught first grade at the school for 22 years, 27 overall, and her former principal, Kristi Capener, said her friend’s passing will be hard... »

A Lighter, Brighter BRHS

Wednesday, September 1, 2010
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A Lighter, Brighter BRHS

This page is sponsored by Box Elder School District. Main building wows high school students Peggy Bradfield Leader Staff Writer Glossy red and white floors, lots of light pouring in from large windows and a two-story commons area with the cafeteria at the far end greeted 929 new Bear River High students Monday. The... »

Emigrant Trail road closed

Wednesday, September 1, 2010
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Emigrant Trail road closed

Ellen Cook Leader Editor Joe Currie, representing Ruby Pipeline, approached the Box Elder County Commis-sion Tuesday to request a temporary closure of the Emigrant Trail Road in western Box Elder. The pipeline company, at the request of both the Bureau of Land Management and the county, is currently doing heavy repair work on that... »

Smith retires as fairgrounds manager

Wednesday, September 1, 2010
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Smith retires as fairgrounds manager

Ellen Cook Leader Editor After 15 years of dedication to Box Elder County, Gerald Smith is ready “to ride off into the sunset.” Smith retired Aug. 31 after seven years as fairground manager.  But that is not the full extent of his county experience.  Smith started as a dispatcher for the Box Elder Sheriff’s... »

Static Test of the DM-2 Motor a Success

Tuesday, August 31, 2010
By theleader

The static test firing of the DM-2 Motor went as planned. Many people were involved in making this test a success while thousands of onlookers came out to view and support it. Senator Orrin Hatch was at the press site at ATK and expressed his appreciation and the need for this program. A video... »

Steer Junior Livestock Auction

Saturday, August 28, 2010
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Steer Junior Livestock Auction

PJ Stevenson once again showed the grand champion steer. His animal was purchased by  Jr Lish and Sons for $3,800. Haden Marsh had the reserve champion steer. Rudd Funeral Homes purchased his animal for $3,400. »

Hog Junior Livestock Auction

Saturday, August 28, 2010
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Hog Junior Livestock Auction

Bailee Trapp ‘s grand champion hog was purchased by Smith and Edwards for $2,400. Allie Nelson’s reserve champion hog went to Lincoln Financial Advisors for $1,100. »

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