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Home burns in Corinne

Friday filled with fires Ellen Cook Leader Editor A house fire, five brush fires and a pipe bomb kept fire crews and law enforcement busy on Friday, Feb. 24. At about 2 p.m., on Friday afternoon, Corinne fire crews responded…

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Leader/Ellen Cook Be the first to call and identify this picture and its location and win a three-month subscription to the Leader.  The number is 257-5182.  No messages will be accepted.  

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Farm Bureau seeks stories

Leader Staff              North Box Elder Farm Bureau announces the fourth annual Creative Story Contest.  Centered around the theme of Celebrate Agriculture, this year’s topic is, “If I were a Farmer…” This contest is sponsored by the Farm Bureau Women’s…

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Pennies for Patients

Leader/Ellen Cook Bear River Middle School students pooled their pennies for cancer patients in the amount of $1,544.57, during White Ribbon Week.  Shown with the collection boxes individual students and first hour classrooms filled are Student Council members, front, from…

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Be a Sweetheart

Courtesy Photo James Anderson’s Eagle Scout project is helping to fill the Tremonton Food Pantry with non-food items. He has placed several drop boxes at local businesses throughout town so individuals can “Be a Sweetheart” and donate these needed items…

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Soccer stars eye college play

Leader/Jessica Tanner Three Lady Bear soccer players recently signed letters of intent to play soccer at the college level. They are(from left) seated center midfielder Maree Richardson, striker Kaitlyn Wilcox and goalkeeper Hannah Cornaby. Showing their support for theses girls…

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Clubs excel at Region meets

Ellen Cook Leader Editor Bear River High School’s marketing DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America) chapter and FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) students recently participated in the Northern Region Conference competition, earning high marks. DECA members Bridger Layton and…

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Heritage enchants with “Cinderella”

Leader/Ellen Cook Cinderella, left, played by Kenzie Pace, is transformed by her fairy godmother, played by Nancy Baker, in Rodgers and Hammerstein’s magical musical, “Cinderella” at Heritage Theatre in Perry.  The production opens Friday, Feb. 24. Special to the Leader…

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