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Barn burns in Bothwell

Wednesday, August 25, 2010
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Barn burns in Bothwell

Ellen Cook Leader Editor A neighbor’s stubble-field burn whipped by wind got out of control Saturday afternoon and completely destroyed a Bothwell barn owned by Roger and Tiffany Burnhope. Box Elder County Chief Deputy Sheriff Kevin Potter said the fire was reported at about 2 p.m. and crews from Thatcher and Tremonton responded. They... »

Business Resource Center announced

Wednesday, August 25, 2010
By theleader
Business Resource Center announced

Summit leaders see positive future Ellen Cook Leader Editor A Business Resource Center is coming to Box Elder County. That announcement was made by Thomas Lee, Dean of Utah State University Brigham City Region Campus at the first ever countywide Economic Development Summit held Friday.  The center will be housed on the top floor... »

Chase suspect tasered

Wednesday, August 25, 2010
By theleader
Chase suspect tasered

Ellen Cook Leader Editor A Plymouth resident was booked into the Box Elder County Jail following a chase that ended with officers deploying a taser to subdue the suspect. A press release from the Box Elder County Sheriff’s Department said the incident began at about 1:40 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 16, near Plymouth, when... »

Tremonton reviews beer licenses zoning

Wednesday, August 25, 2010
By theleader
Tremonton reviews beer licenses zoning

Cari Doutre Leader Correspondent Tremonton City may change an ordinance requiring how far away a restaurant serving beer can be from public parks, schools, churches and libraries. Last year members of the Tremonton City Council approved a beer license for a business less than 650 feet away from a church. Recently owners of 4... »

Garland City Council approves future annexation policy

Wednesday, August 25, 2010
By theleader
Garland City Council approves future annexation policy

Garland City’s Planning and Zoning Commission laid out its future annexation policy plan, with proposed future city boundaries increasing the current boundaries tenfold and reaching north as far as 14400 North, in a public hearing at the beginning of the Garland City Council meeting yesterday. Jeff Jensen from the commission showed the proposed map... »

Perkins named to national Scout Hall of Inductees

Monday, August 23, 2010
By theleader
Perkins named to national Scout Hall of Inductees

Tremonton’s Mike Perkins has been recognized among the Boy Scouts of America National Hall of Leadership Inductees. Perkins, a favorite teacher of geography and history who is known for throwing gummi bears for his students to catch with their mouths each day, retired from Bear River Middle School last school year. He is among... »

Football Loses to Logan, 31-6

Friday, August 20, 2010
By theleader
Football Loses to Logan, 31-6

Here are some shots from the football game at Bear River Friday. Logan won 31-6. Casey Zundel Leader Sports Writer Logan High came to Bear Field last Friday night with revenge on their mind, and they got it with a score of 31-6. Dixie comes to town this Friday coming off of a high... »

Board revisits travel policy

Wednesday, August 18, 2010
By theleader

Faces snag in gym demolition Sandra Neff Leader Staff Writer Newly appointed Superintendent Ron Wolff jumped into business with both feet at the last school board meeting, asking board members for clarification of policies they had previously accepted. Wolff had questions on Policy 5320, Student Travel.  After discussion, the board agreed with the superintendent... »

Taking Action

Wednesday, August 18, 2010
By theleader

County economic summit set Leader Staff Working with local and state government, business, agricultural, industry and private individuals, State Representative Ronda Menlove, Box Elder County commissioners and Marty Hiles, a national economic development advocate, will host the Box Elder County Economic Development Summit on Friday, August 20. The primary goal of the summit will... »

Unhappy Campers

Wednesday, August 18, 2010
By theleader
Unhappy Campers

Last week we spent Monday and Tuesday camping at Cherry Hill in Kaysville.  I use the term “camping” lightly since through the fence behind my campsite I could see the backside of a suburban neighborhood, but there are clean bathrooms and showers so I am definitely not complaining. By the end of the day... »

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