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Club names Carver Mother of the Year

Wednesday, March 9, 2011
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Club names Carver Mother of the Year

Peggy Bradfield Leader Correspondent The Tremonton Women’s Civic Club named its 2011 Mother of the Year Award recipient Thursday. Merilyn Carver is the mother of 13 children, grandmother to 33, great-grandmother of six and wife of former seminary and institute teacher, Jim Carver.  She has traveled the Western United States supporting her husband in... »

Traffic Jam

Wednesday, March 9, 2011
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Traffic Jam

Iowa String residents lobby commission Leader/Ellen Cook Residents along Iowa String Road and 4000 N. are concerned about the increased traffic in their neighborhood. Trucks headed to Walmart or Procter & Gamble and US Pipe equipment all travel the road, as do vehicles headed to the county landfill. Ellen Cook Leader Editor Procter &... »

Boundary Proposal

Wednesday, March 9, 2011
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Boundary Proposal

BESD meeting tonight at BRMS Ellen Cook Leader Editor After weeks of meeting with parents in the north end of Box Elder County, Superintendent Ron Wolff is ready to make his final recommendation to members of the School Board on proposed boundary changes for the fall of 2011.  His proposal will be discussed at... »

County battling property scams

Wednesday, March 9, 2011
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County battling property scams

Illegal parcels a taxing headache Ellen Cook Leader Editor Box Elder County’s Shaun Thornley inherited a taxing headache when he took over the helm as treasurer.  Now he is trying to right acres and acres of illegally divided ground in the west desert. Thornley considers it a losing battle. Internet sales brought with it... »

BRHS seniors headed for new adventures

Tuesday, March 8, 2011
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BRHS seniors headed for new adventures

Megan Monk BRHS Intern As third trimester approaches, seniors are becoming more concerned with next fall’s agenda than with anything high school related. Graduation has been set for June 2, caps and gowns have been ordered and college admissions letters are pouring in. It seems no senior at Bear River High is without big... »

Taking A Stand

Wednesday, March 2, 2011
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Taking A Stand

County opposes Wild Lands order Ellen Cook Leader Editor Box Elder County commissioners are taking an aggressive stand when it comes to its public lands.  Tuesday, following a public hearing, they passed an amended general plan that, according to Commission Chair Brian Shaffer, “Clearly defines the way we manage land in our county.” The... »

Rod Zundel: Cows and Creativity

Wednesday, March 2, 2011
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Rod Zundel: Cows and Creativity

Broadcaster kicks off lecture series Ellen Cook Leader Editor Rod Zundel has come a long way from his West Fielding farming background. But this cow-milking farm boy turned KSL 5 sports broadcaster, willingly returned to his roots Tuesday night, Feb. 22, to share an account of that evolution with a crowd of eager listeners.... »

Garland City Council approves 700 foot water line

Wednesday, March 2, 2011
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Garland City Council approves 700 foot water line

Peggy Bradfield Leader Staff Writer Wednesday, Garland City Council approved a 700-foot 8-inch waterline, which will run to the Ashby subdivision near Canal Road. The line will need to be completed before spring, when water is in the canals, Mayor Arlon Bennett said. The new subdivision will need the 8-inch, instead of the normal... »

The Wheels of the Bus

Wednesday, March 2, 2011
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The Wheels of the Bus

Jessica Tanner Leader Staff Writer The Box Elder School District bus garage management is constantly finding ways to educate their employees. At a recent training meeting, special needs bus drivers and aides watched, “How Difficult Can This Be? F.A.T. City Workshop,” a learning disability workshop DVD. The DVD provides a unique program that lets... »

Proposed bill could cut bus routes

Wednesday, March 2, 2011
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Proposed bill could cut bus routes

Jessica Tanner Leader Staff Writer The state legislature is currently debating a proposed bill to help cut down on school costs. If the bill passed it would force the Box Elder School District to cut three bus routes in Brigham City and four in Tremonton. All secondary school students within a three-mile radius would... »

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