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Fire dept. becomes Garland council’s star

Fire dept. becomes Garland council’s star Peggy Bradfield Leader Staff Writer The Garland Fire Department has received approximately $190,000 in federal, state and county grants, Fire Chief Kent Menlove reported at the Garland City Council Wednesday night. On Feb. 5,…

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Getz is a Sterling Scholar finalist

Getz is a Sterling Scholar finalist Greg Madson Leader Publisher The judges have spoken and one Bear River student advanced in the state Sterling Scholar competition. Senior Megan Getz is one of 15 finalists in the Trade and Technical Education…

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The FINAL Frontier

It will be the end of an era, literally, for Northern Utah Thursday when ATK conducts their last static ground test for the Space Shuttle program. The test firing of the four-segment motor, which has been witnessed in the past…

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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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