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Old Barn does double duty

Ellen Cook Leader Editor The Old Barn Community Theatre in Collinston will be giving audiences twice the fun this summer with two productions planned:  “Guys and Dolls,” June 18-Aug. 5, and “Into the Woods,” June 17-Aug. 6 “Guys and Dolls”…

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Funk eyes Miss Utah crown

Jessica Tanner Leader Staff Writer When individuals think of pageants they may think of beautiful dresses, fun shoes and glamorous hair and make-up. Some may think of Sandra Bullock in “Miss Congeniality,” but members throughout the community most likely think…

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Silence & Heart

Jessica Tanner Leader Staff Writer Water polo brings to the ears such sounds as water splashing, the roar of the crowd, the referee’s whistle, teammates conversing during plays and end-of game celebrations. Now imagine if you could not hear any…

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Budget approved: Parking added

Jessica Tanner Leader Staff Writer Tremonton city council members approved the annual budget for the upcoming fiscal year. The council added an additional item to the budget for more parking stalls at the senior center. They agreed there is a…

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Councilman seeks reelection

Ellen Cook Leader Editor The first hat has been tossed into the candidacy ring.  Mark Bingham, current councilman, announced at the beginning of last week’s Honeyville City Council meeting he has decided to seek reelection. “I was not going to…

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Utah’s Economy: “Hang in there!”

Governor lauds state’s prospects Ellen Cook Leader Editor Although Utah’s real estate market is feeling the pinch of “The Great Recession” more than most, Utah Governor Gary Herbert is optimistic about a statewide recovery. “We are on the right road…

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Museum lecture series continues

The next installment of the Bear River Valley Museum lecture series is slated for Saturday, June 18, at 6:30 p.m. at Rogers and Taylor’s Funeral Home, 111 N 100 E, Tremonton.  Guest speaker for the evening will be Dr. Maren…

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