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Piece and Plenty

Wednesday, August 4, 2010
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Piece and Plenty

Mutton Bustin’ Registration Box Elder County Fair & Rodeo August 26, 27, 28 Open registration from August 6 – 13 (Limited number of participants. There will be a draw for each night. The youth whose names are drawn will be notified by August 16.) Children, 6-7 years old CHILD MUST BE PRESENT AT STORE... »

County takes stand against El Paso/WWS

Wednesday, August 4, 2010
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County takes stand against El Paso/WWS

Ellen Cook Leader Editor Grazing rights won’t be going down without a fight, at least not in Box Elder County. Commissioners Tuesday presented a strong front as they voiced their opposition to the recent agreement between El Paso Corperation (Ruby Pipeline) and an environmental group based in Idaho called Western Watersheds Project. The agreement,... »

Stolen car recovered in Corinne chase

Wednesday, August 4, 2010
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Stolen car recovered in Corinne chase

Salt Lake man arrested Ellen Cook Leader Editor A Salt Lake City man was booked into the Box Elder County Jail on felony evading after he led a Utah Highway Patrol officer on a late-night chase Monday through Corin-ne in a stolen vehicle before disappearing on foot into a field. Clayton Glenn Campbell, 25,... »

Garland Children’s Theatre doubles fun

Wednesday, August 4, 2010
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Garland Children’s Theatre  doubles fun

Joy Brower Special to the Leader In 1987, the very first Garland Children’s show was  “Alice In Wonderland.”   That show returned to this year’s stage, along with “The Trial of the Big Bad Wolf.”  Each show carried a cast of 25-30 young people, ranging from age 6-15. “Our goal is to give our young... »

Deweyville residents high on health

Wednesday, August 4, 2010
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Deweyville residents high on health

Ellen Cook Leader Editor They logged 1,714 miles in June. They should exceed that number when the miles are tallied for July and they plan on doing it again in August and September. Their goal – the Statue of Liberty in New York. The residents of Deweyville are putting one foot in front of... »

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... »

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