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Museum lecture series continues

The next installment of the Bear River Valley Museum lecture series is slated for Saturday, June 18, at 6:30 p.m. at Rogers and Taylor’s Funeral Home, 111 N 100 E, Tremonton.  Guest speaker for the evening will be Dr. Maren…


Striking up some fun

Jessica Tanner Leader Staff Writer Aaron “Kube” Anderson served a two-year LDS mission in Hiroshima, Japan, and developed a love for the people. When he saw devastating footage of the earthquake and its aftermath and heard one of his close…


Fielding road: County or private?

Ellen Cook Leader Editor A road east of Fielding, 16400 N. and 3600 W., has questionable ownership, according to Box Elder County Road Supervisor Bill Gilson. The 30-foot gravel road was listed as a prescriptive public right of way on…


Need to burn? Registration a must

Ellen Cook Leader Editor The Box Elder County fire marshal’s office issued 4,000 burn permits in 2010. That’s a lot of smoke and a high potential for out-of-control burns. But according to Cassie Romander, secretary in that office, with stringent…


Legislators report on session

Ellen Cook Leader Editor State representatives Ronda Rudd Menlove (R – Garland) and Lee Perry (R – Perry) were at the Box Elder County Commission table Wednesday at the request of Commissioner Ryan Tingey to report on the past Legislative…


Salazar backs down on wild lands

Ellen Cook Leader Editor Executive Order No. 3310 is back on the shelf.  Interior Secretary Ken Salazar recently announced the reversal of his controversial order that would have allowed the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to set aside federal acres…