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Lincoln Day Dinner Saturday

The annual Lincoln Day Dinner will be held Saturday, Feb. 20, at Alice C. Harris Intermediate School, 515 W. Husky Way, Tremonton. A reception will begin at 6 p.m. with dinner at 7 p.m. The cost for individuals is $15…

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Kids On Parade

Vote for the cutest kids in the Bear River Valley! Just call the Leader at 435-257-5182 or email jodiev@tremontonleader.com or leadersubs@citlink.net to place your vote. The King and Queen in each age group will be published in the Leader on…

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Councilman resigns

Honeyville councilman resigns Ellen Cook Leader Correspondent Honeyville City is in the market for a new city councilman.  Newly elected councilman John Fraser reluctantly resigned Wednesday night following a second unanimous vote to place him on an unpaid leave of…

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Accident

Semi-auto accident claims passenger Sunday Peggy Bradfield Leader Staff Writer The passenger in a tragic semi-auto accident last week died Sunday after undergoing surgery at McKay Dee Hospital in Ogden Friday for a spinal chord injury. The driver of the…

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Legislature

Knudson talks legislative issues Peter C. Knudson Utah State Senator, District 17 (Editor’s note:  This is the third in a series of articles from local state representatives discussing their view on important issues facing the state legislature during the 2010…

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Accident Update

Higley passes away, Watson remains in hospital Leader Staff A Bear River High School student involved in a horrific accident in Sardine Canyon has passed away. Michael Higley, 17, of Tremonton, died from major injuries sustained in the crash on…

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Air Quality

Air quality officials update commissioners Dave Archer Leader Assistant Editor While it may be small, there’s still hope that Box Elder County can get out of the EPA’s non-attainment designation thanks to the help of the Utah Division of Air…

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School Board

Superintendent tells board more cuts may be coming Sandra Neff Leader Correspondent After reviewing several bills pending in the current legislative session, Superintendent Steven Laing advised school board members that drastic budget cuts might be in store for next year…

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