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County program could benefit city

Wednesday, February 23, 2011
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County program could benefit city

Cari Doutre Leader Correspondent A program funded by the federal government and initiated by Box Elder County could help Tremonton increase their employment rate. Kevin Hamilton, Community Development director for the county, approached the Tremonton City council on Tuesday night with a program he feels will greatly benefit Tremonton City. The program, titled Business... »

Vehicle theft on the rise

Wednesday, February 23, 2011
By theleader
Vehicle theft on the rise

Local police chiefs offer tips Jessica Tanner Leader Staff Writer Several residents recently had their vehicles broken into and valuable items have been stolen. According to Chief David Nance of the Police Department theft is currently on the rise and residents need to take proper precautions. Over the last three to four weeks the... »

New Tremonton Stake Presidency

Wednesday, February 23, 2011
By theleader
New Tremonton Stake Presidency

Courtesy Photo Elder L. Tom Perry of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles (top left) recently reorganized the Tremonton Stake Presidency. He was joined by Craig G. Fisher (top right) of the Quorum of the Seventy. Called to be president was Harry L. McMurdie (center), with Lyle C. Vance (front left) first counselor and... »

Staying positive while aging

Wednesday, February 23, 2011
By theleader
Staying positive while aging

Jessica Tanner Leader Staff Writer GayLyn White, a licensed professional counselor of Tremonton recently gave a presentation to the Women’s Civic League about staying positive while aging. She discussed trials that individuals face as they age but how to see the best in life. White has a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master’s... »

SWAT, streets and safety

Wednesday, February 23, 2011
By theleader
SWAT, streets and safety

Portage council holds discussion Lesley Smith Leader Correspondent Portage Town council discussed regraveling the road from the stop sign to the water tank. Regular grade gravel is used to the cemetery because it has been maintained over the past. From the cemetery to the water tanks has not been maintained as a road but... »

Neighbors helping neighbors

Wednesday, February 23, 2011
By theleader
Neighbors helping neighbors

Snowville residents aid their own Gary Booth Family Jessica Tanner Leader Staff Writer A Benefit Dinner and Auction will be held for Gary Booth on Friday, Feb. 25, at 6 p.m., at the Snowville Elementary School. Gary, 55, is a Snowville resident battling type-four colon cancer. Dinner is $5 per person or $25 per... »

The Gift – The Gratitude

Wednesday, February 16, 2011
By theleader
The Gift – The Gratitude

Ellen Cook Leader Editor Trevor John loves helping other people.  That was his motivation when he became a firefighter with the Fielding department.  It was also the driving force behind his joining the Box Elder County Search and Rescue team. But three years ago, this Riverside resident couldn’t even help himself, let alone anyone... »

Boundary discussions continue

Wednesday, February 16, 2011
By theleader
Boundary discussions continue

Sandra Neff Leader Correspondent The meetings are coming to a close concerning boundary changes for the north end of the district with the opening of the new Garland School. The last meeting will be held at Fielding Elementary on Tuesday, Feb. 22, at 7 p.m. Board members reported the meetings have been respectful and... »

ATK partners on Liberty

Wednesday, February 16, 2011
By theleader
ATK partners on Liberty

Leader Staff ATK and Astrium are working together in response to NASA’s Commercial Crew Development-2 (CCDev-2) procurement.  The team is offering NASA launch services with the Liberty rocket, a new launch vehicle that combines two of the world’s most reliable propulsion systems, with a collective heritage of nearly 150 successful flights. ATK would supply... »

Campaign comes to BRHS

Wednesday, February 16, 2011
By theleader
Campaign comes to BRHS

Megan Monk BRHS Intern The “Fight the New Drug” campaign against pornography brought the battle to Bear River Middle and High schools on Feb. 10. Christina Lowe, Miss Utah 2010, introduced the campaign, explaining to students how, as a contestant in the Miss America Pageant, she became very aware of the pressure to look... »

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