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Biodiesel plant tops council discussion

Ellen Cook Leader Editor Just because the council has rezoned the property at 2765 W. 6900 N., doesn’t mean any deals have been made with the proposed biodiesel plant. That was the message from Honeyville city council after two concerned…

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To the Rescue!

Ellen Cook Leader Editor After two years of jumping through hoops with the state of Utah and working out agreements with neighboring departments, Fielding is now in the ambulance business. Fire Chief Gordon Smith said the Fielding department acquired their…

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Pinpointing Crime

Ellen Cook Leader Editor Citizens can now take a proactive approach to fighting crime, thanks to new technology being introduced by the Tremonton Police Department. Through a partnership with CrimeReports, local police are giving residents free access to the world’s…

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Crumps – A Family Affair

Ellen Cook Leader Editor Fifty years ago, Glenn Crump, a WWII veteran who had earned a college degree through the GI Bill, decided to leave his job as business manager at a car dealership in Pocatello and branch out on…

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Mo-Town

Home Is Where The Hobby Is Leader/Ellen Cook ‘Mo’ (left) and August Steinlicht are motorcycle enthusiasts turned businessmen at Mo’scyclery in Plymouth. See pg. A2 for Our Town story. Ellen Cook Leader Editor Elmer Steinlicht has had his eye on…

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Lightning keeps fire crews hopping

Ellen Cook Leader Editor Greg Martz, Box Elder County fire marshal, and his fire-fighting crew have been busy this past week battling fires caused by lightning strikes. Last Wednesday and Thursday, crews were called to a fire in Sage Valley,…

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Timber – Wind wrath

Leader/Jessica Tanner Strong winds from Saturday’s storm uprooted this tall tree, causing it to land on Leona Austin’s home in Garland. Another tree in her backyard was topped, while several elm trees branches scattered the yard. Jessica Tanner Leader Staff…

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