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Five injured in Friday I-15 rollover

Wednesday, May 5, 2010
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Five injured in Friday I-15 rollover

Leader Staff Five people were injured in an early morning rollover on I-15 Friday near Honeyville. According to a report from the Utah Highway Patrol, five people, all between the ages of 18-20 and from the Idaho Falls area, were traveling north on I-15 heading back to Idaho from Las Vegas. The driver of... »

Lending a helping hand at Fielding

Wednesday, May 5, 2010
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Lending a helping hand at Fielding

Joan Hansen Leader Correspondent Ranging in age from their 50s to their 90s, a group of volunteers has stepped up to provide a helping hand to Fielding Elementary. Two to three days a week the group goes to the school and listens and reads with the students. Boys like to high five Milt Bywater... »

Fronk reminds family, friends who they are

Wednesday, April 28, 2010
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Fronk reminds family, friends who they are

Courtesy Photo Jack Fronk has given away over 20 hand-carved wooden signs he has carved to remind friends and family of their good name. Below are some of his hand tools he uses. Peggy Bradfield Leader Staff Writer A gift from an anonymous admirer nearly 30 years ago inspired a well-known Tremonton resident to... »

Legislation on autism, disabilities and faith signed

Wednesday, April 28, 2010
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Legislation on autism, disabilities and faith signed

Leader Staff On Monday, April 19, Governor Gary Herbert held a ceremonial bill signing at the Utah Capitol for HCR 9, Autism, Disabilities, and Faith. This concurrent resolution was supported by many autism, disability and faith-based groups in Utah was passed unanimously by the Utah Legislature and signed by the Governor. The legislation designates... »

Fisherman finds body in Willard Bay

Wednesday, April 28, 2010
By theleader

Dave Archer Leader Assistant Editor A man out fishing with his son made a grizzly discovery in Willard Bay last Saturday. State parks and recreation officials, along with local law enforcement agencies, responded to a call of a body in the water at the state park.  Officials later identified the body as 60-year-old Donald... »

Lim’s son strikes martial arts gold

Wednesday, April 28, 2010
By theleader

Cap Lim, a former Garland and Tremonton Hap-ki-do martial arts instructor, invites the public to attend his son, Il Lim’s movie in which Il wrote, directed and starred. The movie, “Acts of Violence,” won awards at several international film festivals and will have a special screening at Layton Hills’ AMC Loews theatre on April... »

Board Closes Bunderson

Wednesday, April 21, 2010
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Board Closes Bunderson

Leader Photos/Greg Madson Right: Bunderson Elementary Sandra Neff Leader Correspondent The relief felt by Bunderson School patrons March 24 when the demand for closure was vetoed was extinguished Wednesday, as the Box Elder School District School Board re-opened the issue and voted 5-2 to close that school in June. Board president Nancy Kennedy referred... »

P&G’s Distribution Center To Open

Wednesday, April 21, 2010
By theleader
P&G’s Distribution Center To Open

Leader/Greg Madson Procter and Gamble will hold a private, invitation-only ribbon cutting next Monday at their Bear River City facilities to celebrate the grand opening of their distribution center.  Utah Governor Gary Herbert and P&G executives will be on hand for the ceremony and will be touring the facility.  According to P&G officials, the... »

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
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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... »

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