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Battling King’s Peak

Wednesday, July 14, 2010
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Battling King’s Peak

Tremonton man survives highest UT mount Peggy Bradfield Leader Staff Writer A three-generation hiking trip up Utah’s highest point turned sour on Wednesday for the eldest, a Tremonton resident as he reached the top and a succession of storms pummeled him. Steve Wiscombe, the 61-year old grandfather, was 100 yards from the summit and... »

Brigham City man booked on conspiracy to commit murder charges

Wednesday, July 14, 2010
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Brigham City man booked on conspiracy to commit murder charges

Dave Archer Leader Assistant Editor Chris Burden, 20, of Brigham City, has been booked on two counts of conspiracy to commit aggrivated murder and two counts of criminal solicitation. He is currently being held at the Box Elder County Jail on $80,000 bail. According to Brigham City Police Lt. Dennis Vincent, Burden has been... »

Boundary changes first of many for local LDS

Wednesday, July 14, 2010
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Boundary changes first of many for local LDS

Dave Archer Leader Assistant Editor Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints living in the Tremonton South Stake received news Sunday of boundary changes that effect members in the Tremonton 8th, 10th and 12th wards. The largest change comes with members of the 8th and 12th wards, as church members who... »

Museum raises $3K

Wednesday, July 14, 2010
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Museum raises $3K

Mayor selects lucky ducks on Holmgren Pond Peggy Bradfield Leader Staff Writer Tremonton mayor Roger Fridal netted 60 lucky rubber ducks from Holmgren Pond Saturday and in the process the Bear River Valley Museum board inched $3,000 closer to its $200,000 goal. The board sold 300 ducks for the derby at $5 a pop... »

Accidents, fires mar holiday weekend

Wednesday, July 14, 2010
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Accidents, fires mar holiday weekend

Ellen Cook Leader Correspondent The 4th of July holiday weekend was not all fun and games in northern Box Elder County. Honeyville Fire Department members were busy responding to calls when they were not flipping pancakes.  First responders were paged out on two rollovers on the I-15 on Sunday, July 4.  The first happened... »

Recommended Summer Reading

Wednesday, July 14, 2010
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Recommended Summer Reading

Katie Bowcutt Tremonton City Library Whether you’re on a white sandy beach, on your back patio or waiting in the dentist’s office, here are some worthwhile books to enjoy over the summer months.  Unless otherwise indicated, all the books below are available at the Tremonton City Library. Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and... »

Key Bank to collect food

Wednesday, July 14, 2010
By theleader
Key Bank to collect food

Key Bank would like to invite clients, employees and community members to bring food and monetary donations to any of its 38 Utah branches until Aug. 31 in support of its sponsorship of Utah Food Bank’s Summer Business Food Drive.  The Tremonton branch is located at 57 E. Main St. Utah Food Bank always... »

Old Barn kicks off ‘Seven Brides’

Wednesday, July 14, 2010
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Old Barn kicks off ‘Seven Brides’

Leader Staff The Old Barn Community Theatre will present another classic play at their historical theatre, this time debuting the classic “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers.” The show will be playing July 23 through August 14. Shows will be every Monday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Matinees will be on the July 31... »

McKinney concert to kick off fair week

Wednesday, July 14, 2010
By theleader
McKinney concert to kick off fair week

Country music star Chance McKinney will be making a stop in Tremonton on August 24 to help kick off the 2010 Box Elder County Fair. McKinney will play at Jeannie Stevens Park at 6 p.m. and will be in conjunction with the fair with help from Tremonton City. Tickets will be sold through Box... »

Breath of fresh air for ATK

Wednesday, July 7, 2010
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Breath of fresh air for ATK

Dave Archer Leader Assistant Editor Amidst the gloom and doom that has been overshadowing ATK in recent months came a few rays of much-appreciated hope in recent weeks. ATK Senior Manager of Media Relations Trina Patterson confirmed that NASA has approved funding for its Constellation programs for the rest of the federal fiscal year... »

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