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Mental Health Awareness

Thursday, May 6, 2010
By theleader

May is Mental Health Awareness Month Mental illnesses are medical conditions that can seriously disrupt a person’s life, their family, thinking, education, job, and ability to take care of themselves and others.  Just as heart disease is a disorder of the cardiac system, mental illnesses are medical disorders that often impact and reduce a... »

BR City’s Ritter loves and enjoys people

Wednesday, May 5, 2010
By theleader
BR City’s Ritter loves and enjoys people

Our Towns BR City’s Ritter loves and enjoys people Editor’s Note: This is the first in a series of articles featuring residents of Bear River City. It is also our Mother’s Day feature story, highlighting a hard-working woman who is known for her kindness and gentle heart. Some comments from our informal Facebook poll:... »

Wind wreaks havoc on valley residents

Wednesday, May 5, 2010
By theleader
Wind wreaks havoc on valley residents

Dave Archer Leader Assistant Editor A number of valley residents woke up last Wednesday morning to downed trees, missing trampolines or even barns with missing roofs or that had collapsed completely altogether. Heavy winds ripped through the valley late Tuesday night, causing plenty of damage on top of many to lose a few hours... »

Wolff: New superintendent

Wednesday, May 5, 2010
By theleader
Wolff: New superintendent

Sandra Neff Leader Correspondent As of July 1, the superintendent for Box Elder School District will be Ron Wolff.  Wolff is not a stranger to the district, as he coached wrestling and taught at Box Elder High School 29 years ago.   He is currently serving as superintendent for Morgan School District. He began his... »

Times Square bomb hits close to home

Wednesday, May 5, 2010
By theleader
Times Square bomb hits close to home

Ellen Cook, Leader Correspondent It was to be the perfect ending to a birthday celebration for Jake and Ruthann Shannon. A Saturday in New York City, taking in a Broadway musical that evening, then a quiet drive back to their New Jersey home. But this former Honeyville couple’s perfect night nearly turned into a... »

More layoffs loom at ATK

Wednesday, May 5, 2010
By theleader
More layoffs loom at ATK

Company will continue to push ahead with Ares for now Dave Archer Leader Assistant Editor While day-to-day operations continue to go forward at ATK Launch Systems in Promontory, uncertainty looms thanks to another scheduled round of layoffs and President Barack Obama’s plans for the nation’s space program. ATK employees are getting set for the... »

Wolff excited for new opportunity

Wednesday, May 5, 2010
By theleader
Wolff excited for new opportunity

Greg Madson Leader Publisher Box Elder School District’s new superintendent is no stranger to the area, or the rivalries. Ron Wolff will take over the district on July 1, moving from Bear River’s strongest rival, Morgan. But, he said, don’t worry; when the Bears take on the Trojans he will be wearing the right... »

Principals shuffled around district

Wednesday, May 5, 2010
By theleader
Principals shuffled around district

Box Elder School District recently shuffled some of its principals around for next year. Bear River High assistant principal Eldon Petersen will be moving over to Bear River Middle School. Garland principal Kristi Capener will replace him at BRHS. BRMS principal Calvin Bingham is moving to Discovery. Other movement included Wade Hyde moving from... »

Five injured in Friday I-15 rollover

Wednesday, May 5, 2010
By theleader
Five injured in Friday I-15 rollover

Leader Staff Five people were injured in an early morning rollover on I-15 Friday near Honeyville. According to a report from the Utah Highway Patrol, five people, all between the ages of 18-20 and from the Idaho Falls area, were traveling north on I-15 heading back to Idaho from Las Vegas. The driver of... »

Lending a helping hand at Fielding

Wednesday, May 5, 2010
By theleader
Lending a helping hand at Fielding

Joan Hansen Leader Correspondent Ranging in age from their 50s to their 90s, a group of volunteers has stepped up to provide a helping hand to Fielding Elementary. Two to three days a week the group goes to the school and listens and reads with the students. Boys like to high five Milt Bywater... »

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