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Board looks at charter school

Thursday, December 16, 2010
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Board looks at charter school

Sandra Neff Staff Writer There is a possibility of a charter school in Box Elder County in the near future.  The Board of Education heard a presentation from North Peak Academy representatives who hope to have a school in the district by 2012. If the Utah State Board of Education approves the charter and... »

BEC: A Tourism Destination

Thursday, December 16, 2010
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BEC: A Tourism Destination

Ellen Cook Leader Editor In the past, Box Elder has been considered a “drive-thru” county, as tourists travel across its borders going north to get to Yellowstone Park or heading south to visit Zion’s or Bryce canyons. “It is time for us to embrace ourselves as a destination, embrace who we are,” said Tourism... »

College Bowl Picks

Wednesday, December 15, 2010
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College Bowl Picks

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Mantua teen held at gunpoint

Wednesday, December 15, 2010
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Mantua teen held at gunpoint

Ellen Cook Leader Editor A 14-year-old Mantua girl was tied up and held at gunpoint Saturday afternoon after a California man allegedly entered her home to burglarize it. Mantua police chief Jim Jones said the suspect, Daniel Cruz, was seen by several witnesses walking up and down the streets of the community at about... »

BEAR Center rules outlined

Wednesday, December 15, 2010
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BEAR Center rules outlined

Gary Allen BRHS Principal The BEAR Center is available to rent, in one-hour increments on Saturdays only.  Those interested in using the facility need to call the school and reserve it in advance. The contact person is Becky Hodge, she can be reached at the high school at 257-2500.  Rates are $35 an hour... »

Brigham City women split $1 million

Wednesday, December 15, 2010
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Brigham City women split $1 million

Arie Kirk Logan Herald Journal There has been a bump in sales at La Tienda after three Brigham City women purchased a winning lottery ticket from the Franklin business. The $1 million winning is the highest paying ticket to come out of La Tienda, “home of the Utah lottery.” “This is my biggest one,”... »

Two Injured In Crash

Wednesday, December 15, 2010
By theleader
Two Injured In Crash

Courtesy Photo Two U.S. Pipeline workers are still hospitalized following a crash on SR-30 near Grouse Creek road in western Box Elder County Friday morning, Dec. 10.  According to information from the Utah Highway Patrol, James Cahoon, 41, of North Salt Lake, was traveling westbound in a 2007 Ford F750 maintenance vehicle, when he... »

Council discussed development projects

Wednesday, December 15, 2010
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Council discussed development projects

fant Jessica Tanner Leader Staff Writer The Tremonton City council approved two subdivision lot boundaries in Holmgren Estates and approved establishing a Develop-ment Agreement between Tremonton City and Contemporary Homes, LLC for Pheasant Run Subdivision during their last meeting. An additional developer fee will be given to Tremonton City to install a storm drain... »

Garland Light Parade – Video Report

Wednesday, December 15, 2010
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Brigham City women split $1 million

Wednesday, December 8, 2010
By theleader
Brigham City women split $1 million

Arie Kirk, Logan Herald Journal There has been a bump in sales at La Tienda after three Brigham City women purchased a winning lottery ticket from the Franklin business. The $1 million winning is the highest paying ticket to come out of La Tienda, “home of the Utah lottery.” “This is my biggest one,”... »

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