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Miss Bear River Valley Pageant

Wednesday, August 4, 2010
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Miss Bear River Valley Pageant

‘Queen’ Bee set to hand over crown Greg Madson Leader Publisher The annual Miss Bear River Valley pageant is set for Thursday, August 5 at 7 p.m. at Bear River High’s auditorium. The Garland Women’s Civic Club who sponsor the pageant is thrilled with the eleven contestants and looks forward to a great event.... »

Mailman delivers thrill

Wednesday, August 4, 2010
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Mailman delivers thrill

Ellen Cook Leader Editor Barbara King of Fielding has been a Jazz fan forever.  But she has been a faithful follower of one player in particular – Karl Malone – since he joined the Salt Lake team.  Well, Barbara had the thrill of her lifetime on July 24, when husband Karl took her to... »

Dick Owen named parade Grand Marshal

Monday, August 2, 2010
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Dick Owen named parade Grand Marshal

The first week of January this year Dick Owen retired from the Garland spotlight, but its rays have once again caught the former two term mayor and he will serve as Grand Marshal for the Wheat and Beet Days Parade. He has been named to receive the John C. Wheelon Award for his tireless... »

Garland’s Wheat & Beet festivities have something for all

Monday, August 2, 2010
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Garland’s Wheat & Beet festivities have something for all

Garland knows how to party and this year’s Wheat and Beet Days schedule is evidence the statement is true. From food, to theatre and parades, to a fun run, softball games and quilt show—events are geared for every taste. Plus, don’t forget that the new Miss Bear River Valley is crowned this week. The... »

Sizzling Celebrations

Wednesday, July 28, 2010
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Sizzling Celebrations

Park Valley July 24 Celebration. There was no lack of activities throughout the valley for celebrating the 24th of July. Temperatures were up, but so were the spirits as people participated in 5K races, hot dog eating contests, baseball tournaments and baby contests. Kids bounced, ate cotton candy, guzzled ice cold slushies and perused... »

Local girls in National Spotlight- Timmi Ward

Wednesday, July 28, 2010
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Local girls in National Spotlight- Timmi Ward

Ellen Cook Leader Editor Timmi Ward posted her best time of the week in the short go-round of the 2010 National High School Rodeo Association (NHSRA) Finals barrel-racing competition to finish in the top 10 at the weeklong event, held this year in Gillette, Wyoming. Ward of Riverside, a junior at Bear River High... »

Local girls in National Spotlight- Dayna Christensen

Wednesday, July 28, 2010
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Local girls in National Spotlight- Dayna Christensen

Peggy Bradfield Leader Staff Writer Bear River High’s standout diver Dayna Christensen has scored big as a freshman BYU diver, qualifying for nationals Aug. 8-15.  Her outstanding performance at the qualifications in Mission Viejo, California July 9-10 in the senior division landed her in third place, only 3.5 points shy of first. Christensen finished... »

BC prepares for temple groundbreaking

Wednesday, July 28, 2010
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BC prepares for temple groundbreaking

Leader Staff In anticipation of  2,500 to 10,000 persons attending The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Brigham City Utah Temple groundbreaking ceremony on Saturday, July 31, local officials have announced sections of Main Street and additional streets and intersections will be closed temporarily to help accommodate residents and visitors who will be... »

High-speed chase ends in arrest

Wednesday, July 28, 2010
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High-speed chase ends in arrest

Ellen Cook Leader Editor An Ogden man has been arraigned on two felony DUI charges and eight misdemeanor counts following a three-county high-speed chase that ended with his arrest.  Chris Macfarlane, 57, led officers from six different agencies over 50 miles before being stopped on 12th Street in Ogden. The chase began in Sardine... »

More construction being reviewed

Wednesday, July 28, 2010
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More construction being reviewed

Sandra Neff Leader Staff Writer The first school board meeting with new Superintendent Ron Wolff presiding took place last week.  His contract was officially accepted.  However, it was disclosed that a formal written contract has never been used for superintendents serving Box Elder School District.  Wolff requested such a contract be drawn up, outlining... »

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