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Obama’s NASA plans don’t include Constellation

Wednesday, April 21, 2010
By theleader
Obama’s NASA plans don’t include Constellation

Dave Archer Leader Assistant Editor U.S. President Barack Obama talked at length about his plans for the future of NASA and the nation’s space program last week.  Unfortunately for Utahns, however, those plans didn’t include the continuation of NASA’s Constellation program and Ares rocket. Obama said he plans to increase NASA’s budget by $6... »

Commissioners approve victim advocate application

Wednesday, April 21, 2010
By theleader
Commissioners approve victim advocate application

Dave Archer Leader Assistant Editor Victims of various crimes should continue to have a resource to help them through a difficult time, thanks to the Box Elder County Commission’s approval of an application for a grant to fund the county’s victim advocate. Box Elder County Attorney Stephen Hadfield was at yesterday’s commission meeting and... »

Earthquake felt across northern Utah

Wednesday, April 21, 2010
By theleader
Earthquake felt across northern Utah

Emilee H. Wheeler Logan Herald Journal An earthquake Thursday evening centered near Randolph, Utah, was felt throughout Cache Valley, Box Elder County and elsewhere in the region. The quake occurred at 5:59 p.m. The shaking lasted from 10 to 40 seconds, according to people who felt it. No damage was reported. The University of... »

Honeyville teens rescued from mountain

Wednesday, April 21, 2010
By theleader
Honeyville teens rescued from mountain

Ellen Cook Leader Correspondent Two teens’ spring vacation turned into near tragedy after they ended up spending most of Friday stranded on the mountain above Honeyville.  Box Elder County Search and Rescue, as well as LifeFlight, were called in to recover the two 15-year-olds, both of Honeyville. The pair left for a hike up... »

Golden Spike announces National Park Week

Wednesday, April 21, 2010
By theleader
Golden Spike announces National Park Week

Leader Staff Golden Spike National Historic Site announces National Park Week from April 17 to 25. Entrance fees will be waived for the entire period, providing a wonderful opportunity to encourage all Americans to visit a park. The focus this year is on fitness. Half as many kids get outside as they did 10... »

Man involved in I-15 accident dies

Wednesday, April 21, 2010
By theleader
Man involved in I-15 accident dies

Leader Staff A man that was involved in a serious accident on I-15 last week has died. Quin Ted Morris, 36, of Brigham City, was heading north on I-15 when he slammed his car into the back of a semi that was exiting the Interstate to the port of entry in Perry. Morris was... »

Honeyville Teens Rescued from Mountain

Sunday, April 18, 2010
By theleader

Two teens’ spring vacation turned into near tragedy after they ended up spending most of Friday stranded on the mountain above Honeyville. Box Elder County Search and Rescue, as well as LifeFlight, was called in to recover the two 15-year-olds, both of Honeyville. The pair left for a hike up the mountain above what... »

Obama’s NASA plans don’t include Constellation

Friday, April 16, 2010
By theleader

Could mean large job losses at local employer ATK Dave Archer Leader Assistant Editor U.S. President Barack Obama talked at length about his plans for the future of NASA and the nation’s space program yesterday. Unfortunately for Utahns, however, those plans didn’t include the continuation of NASA’s Constellation program and Ares rocket. Obama said... »

Sen. Bennett calls on Obama to fully revive Constellation, Ares

Wednesday, April 14, 2010
By theleader

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Senator Bob Bennett (R-Utah) today called on President Obama to include the full Constellation program, including the Ares I rocket booster, in the president’s upcoming announcement to revive the Orion crew capsule canceled earlier this year. “The president took one step toward reversing his irresponsible decision to cancel NASA’s program to... »

Opting For Change

Wednesday, April 14, 2010
By theleader

County Republicans select new leaders Peggy Bradfield Leader Staff Writer An amazing 98 percent of the county’s republican delegates showed up Thursday night to vote for change.  As a result, an incumbent for county commission and county auditor were defeated at the Box Elder County Republican Convention. Ryan Tingey, of Willard, pulled out an... »

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