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Bear River High School senior Alonzo Rhodes has been named a finalist in the Doodle4Google art competition, with this creative artwork.  He will soon be headed to New York for the final judging.  He needs your vote.  Go to Google.com/doodle4google…

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Fake Quake

Jessica Tanner Leader Staff Writer What would you do if an explosion occurred at the Bear River High School and your child was not accounted for? Garland City hosted an emergency disaster drill last week to help prepare emergency personnel,…

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Golden Spike celebration slated

Leader Staff The Golden Spike National Historic Site, located 32 miles west of Brigham City will celebrate the 142nd anniversary of the completion of the nation’s first transcontinental railroad on Tuesday, May 10.  Events marking this occasion include the re-enactment…

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Emergency drill is an education

Peggy Bradfield Leader Correspondent Garland fire chief, Kent Menlove, reported to Garland City Council Wednesday that the emergency drill at the high school earlier in the afternoon went smoothly. Menlove stated he would offer the council the final reports once…

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Benefit planned for Layne

Ellen Cook Leader Editor Bear River Valley resident Andy Layne is fighting cancer.  Friends and family are planning a spaghetti dinner and silent auction on Friday, May 13, to help the family with that battle.  A 5K family fun run…

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Dairy Ambassadors announced

Ellen Cook Leader Editor The Box Elder County Dairy Women’s Association recently announced the 2011 BE County Dairy Ambassador Scholarship recipients.  They are Alyssa Hardy of Brigham City and Ashley Williams of Deweyville. Alyssa is the daughter of Chad and…

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Burning? Get a Permit!

Ellen Cook Leader Editor In order to have an open fire in Box Elder County, all residents are required to have a burn permit. Burn permits are issued Tuesday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., by the Fire…

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