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Real men wear kilts

Wednesday, January 26, 2011
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Real men wear kilts

Jessica Tanner Staff Writer Eric Andersen of Deweyville has been playing the bagpipes for about five years. He has been in the pipe band “Galloway Highlanders” for about a year. Andersen has always had some interest in the bagpipes. In 1999 he and his family watched the group “Black Watch.” He said, “After that... »

Special Olympics Bowling 2011-Video Report

Wednesday, January 26, 2011
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Andersen Plays a Sweet Tune-Video Report

Monday, January 24, 2011
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Tremonton City Council report

Thursday, January 20, 2011
By theleader

Cari Doutre, Leader Correspondent Two weeks ago the Tremonton City Council discussed raising the monthly garbage fee 35 cents per month, but after making a motion Tuesday night the council added 15 more cents to that rate. The rate will now increase 50 cents per month for each residential home. That cost will include... »

Archibald named board president

Wednesday, January 19, 2011
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Archibald named board president

Boundary changes in the works Sandra Neff Leader Correspondent A flip of a coin determined the new president of the Box Elder School District Board of Education for the next two years. After a tie vote between current president Nancy Kennedy and Connie Archibald, as board member Jim Fuller declined to vote, the candidates... »

Honeyville approves annexation

Wednesday, January 19, 2011
By theleader
Honeyville approves annexation

Ellen Cook Leader Editor Honeyville City is now 37 acres larger. The council voted to approve an annexation request from Kyle Kosoff on 37 acres located at 3780 W. 8200 N. The piece of property has been in annexation mode for nearly 18 months, Mayor Dave Forsgren said. The property comes in as agricultural... »

A look back in time…

Wednesday, January 19, 2011
By theleader
A look back in time…

Compiled by Megan Monk 10 years ago Jan 17, 2001 The Brigham Nucor grinding ball operation was shut down, affecting 29 employees. It was the only grinding ball operating in any of Nucor’s plants. The affected employees were offered other positions within the company. Plans to renovate the old Honeyville School into a housing... »

EDA to discuss economic challenges

Wednesday, January 19, 2011
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EDA to discuss economic challenges

Jessica Tanner Leader Staff Writer On Thursday, Jan. 20, two representatives from the Denver Regional Office of the Economic Development Administration will be at the Brigham City Regional Campus of Utah State University, 195 West 1100 South, 9 a.m., to assess the economic challenges facing Box Elder, Cache and Rich counties due to recent... »

Carving the perfect partnership

Wednesday, January 19, 2011
By theleader
Carving the perfect partnership

Deweyville pair share a love for wood Ellen Cook Leader Editor When J. D. Norr married Fae Wheatley about nine years ago, he got much more than a dutiful wife, a great cook and a caring sweetheart.  He got a very talented woodworking partner. This Deweyville couple has since blended, not only their families,... »

Army medic shares experiences

Friday, January 14, 2011
By theleader
Army medic shares experiences

Courtesy Photo Sgt. Tyler Adams stands in the battalion aid station in Iraq where he is currently serving as ad medic.  Adams said getting supplies is difficult and he has learned to accomplish more with less when it comes to minor surgical procedures. Ellen Cook Leader Editor The September 11 disaster happened while Tyler... »

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