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Full-time kindergartens may be cut next year Peggy Bradfield Leader Staff Writer As the state legislature goes back into session this week, it is expected there will be some deep cuts.  But over the next year, time may be running…

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ATK Layoffs

More ATK layoffs coming this week Dave Archer Leader Assistant Editor More bad news is on its way for employees at Box Elder County’s largest employer. ATK announced late last year it would be holding another round of layoffs this…

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Legislature

Menlove focused on 2010 legislative session Ronda Rudd Menlove Utah State Representative, District 1 (Editor’s note:  This is the first in a series of articles from local state representatives discussing their view on important issues facing the state legislature during…

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Tremonton

City looks into road repairs Cari Doutre Leader Correspondent It’s no secret that driving on Tremonton City roads can be hazardous, especially in the older parts of town. Tremonton City’s Public Works department has identified those areas and is looking…

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County Commission

Commission opposes sales tax increase Dave Archer Leader Assistant Editor Box Elder County Commissioners took a stand against a state proposal to increase sales tax yesterday. Commissioners passed a resolution stating their opposition to a bill being considered at this…

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City Council Seat

Ten vie for open council seat Cari Doutre Leader Correspondent Last night, members of the Tremonton City Council voted for a new city council member to fill a spot left vacant after Roger Fridal was elected mayor. In November, Fridal…

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New Road

New road planned next to Bear River Dave Archer Leader Assistant Editor Box Elder County Commissioners approved a motion to go forward with plans to build a new road along the Bear River last week. The road, which Box Elder…

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Garland

Garland council passes urban fowl ordinance Peggy Bradfield Leader Staff Writer The Garland city council was divided Wednesday night on its acceptance of the new Urban Fowl Ordinance.  The law passed with a split 3- 2 vote.  Councilmen Doug Coombs…

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Accidents

75 crashes Friday thru Sunday Peggy Bradfield Leader Staff Writer Emergency responders in the county were put to the test this weekend with 75 slide offs and crashes Friday, Saturday and Sunday alone. “Amazingly, the week offered no real serious…

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Museum

New museum plans slowly progressing Dave Archer Leader Assistant Editor While it may not be as quick as they hope, Bear River Valley Museum Committee members say plans for a new facility are progressing. Committee members were able to get…

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